When you find a bee hive in your yard, it is possible to remove it yourself, as long as you follow some safety guidelines. Here’s how to do it.
Pest problems come in a variety of forms. Some can be solved through do-it-yourself methods, but others require professional help. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Every homeowner fears termite infestations. The damage they’re capable of is devastating and expensive, so it’s important to catch it early. Here’s more about the destruction termites can cause.
Once termites make themselves known, it’s imperative that you intervene immediately before they cause more structural damage to your home or business. Learn how to spot the signs of termites here.
Because of its benefits in nature, bumble bees are a stinging insect that humans should not consider a pest. So, is the bumble bee endangered or are many of us panicking for nothing? Read on to find out whether or not bumble bees are an endangered species.
Summer is a time for outdoor fun…as well as an increased exposure to insects. Some insects are annoying, some bite, and some can even spread disease. Here are a few of the insects you should watch out for this summer.
Cockroaches are resilient pests that can adapt to — and survive — a number of control methods. You can do a few things to create a less-hospitable environment, though. Here’s why it’s almost impossible to get cockroaches to leave on their own.
Bed bugs infestations spread quickly and are difficult to eradicate. If you suspect you have them, do yourself a favor and check your property before a few bugs turn into a full-blown problem. Here’s what to look for.
Mosquitoes spread disease wherever they go, making them a potentially lethal threat to humans. They’re responsible for more than one million deaths a year. Learn more about mosquitoes here.
Ants are found all over the world, but in Pennsylvania you’re most likely to deal with an infestation from carpenter ants, odorous house ants, or pavement ants. Here’s more about the three most prevalent types of ants in Pennsylvania.