14 November 2017
Protecting your commercial property from a pest infestation is critical when it comes to ensuring the safety of your employees. Pests can transmit diseases and cause structural damage when left unchecked, so taking action to keep pests away from your property is important. Here are three simple things that you can do to help keep pests away from your commercial property in the future. 1. Make sure your commercial property is structurally sound.
18 October 2017
In most areas of the United States, fall marks the end of summer and the beginning of colder weather. But if you live in a location that enjoys mild weather in the fall and winter, keep an eye out for mosquitoes. Although mosquitoes hibernate during the cold season, the pests can survive temperatures above 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Here are ways you can control the mosquitoes around your home. Remove All Signs of Water
27 September 2017
Lawn pests and diseases are a terror for residential homeowners. Knowing what to expect in terms of problems and maintenance will help you to be on the lookout for these four common lawn pests and diseases so that you can keep your yard beautiful: Slime Molds One of the most common would be slime molds. Though they do not specifically harm the grass per se, but they are quite unsightly to look at.
10 September 2017
The scampering of little feet through your walls is always an eerie and disturbing sound. Those little mice or rats might have started to try and make your house their house. The problem with rodents is that they can actually cause a lot of damage. Rats are known to carry fleas, the same fleas that started the plague. Mice are carriers of a virus called Hantavirus that is deadly to humans.
14 August 2017
Every winter, you may dread the inevitable invasion of your home by mice coming in from the cold. Not only are the mice destructive, but they also carry diseases that could put you and your family's health at risk. Before winter arrives, use the following four strategies for turning back the yearly mouse invasion. Remove Their Cover by Keeping Your Home's Perimeter Clear Your first line of defense is to remove anything around the immediate perimeter of your home that the mice could use as cover.
1 August 2017
No matter how good your restaurant's food is, if the county health department sees signs of rodent infestation during one of their surprise inspections, you will find yourself with locked doors. Mice and rats are on the rise across America, partly due to less funding being set aside in the municipal budget for pest control. Unfortunately for the small business owner, that means the responsibility lies with you to try to stay ahead of the rodents incessant multiplying.
14 July 2017
Bed bug bites are usually red, itchy, inflamed, and can be in a straight line. Simply put bed bug bites are not fun, and having a bed bug problem in your home is not something that is fun in the least bit. In fact there may be a chance that you or one of your family members are allergic to bed bugs. So, it is very important that the problem is addressed very quickly, and that the bed bugs are exterminated as soon as possible.
15 June 2017
Got a spider problem? While spider bites rarely require medical attention, it can still be disconcerting and disturbing to share your home with these eight-legged pests. Some of the side-effects of a spider bite include: Nausea. Fever. Rash. Difficulty breathing. Pain. Swelling. Infection at the site of the bite. Take a closer look around to see if spiders might be living in your home: Look for spider webs.
5 June 2017
Now that the weather has started to warm up, you're going to notice more bug activity in, and around, your home. One bug that you might start seeing more of is the common – but disgusting – roach. In fact, you might start seeing a lot of roaches, especially if you don't take a few evasive maneuvers ahead of time. Roaches spend a lot of time looking for the perfect home to vacation in during the summer.
21 May 2017
A rodent infestation is never a pleasant thing to deal with, but it's even more of a bother if you're living in a studio apartment with an open floor plan. Your apartment is essentially one big room, and therefore the mice will always be roaming around your space. In a large 2-bedroom with a separate kitchen, the little rodents might scamper around the kitchen or living room while you're asleep. Of course you don't want this, but it's not going to be a constant source of drama.