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.
Voles are rodents that live off of the roots of plants by digging tunnel systems just beneath the surface of the soil, killing grass and other plants. There are a few ways to deal with an infestation. Here’s how to exterminate voles.
Insect bites are annoying, but they can be dangerous as well. It’s important to be able to identify the different kinds of bites. Here’s what you need to know.
Termites are capable of causing massive structural damage while you’re blissfully unaware. These insects usually only reveal themselves once the damage has been done. Here’s how to properly identify them so you can start dealing with the damage.
No one wants a wasp nest on their property. Wasps are dangerous, especially if their nests are disturbed. The wisest course of action is to have a qualified pest professional remove a wasp nest, but there are ways of doing it yourself.
More and more areas around the world are continuing to report cases of the Zika virus. Travel notices have been issued for people traveling to destinations in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Mexico, and the Pacific Islands. Read on to learn more about the Zika virus and how to avoid it.
Dust mites are microscopic creatures that occupy even the cleanest-looking homes. They present a problem because a high concentration of their waste can increase the chances of a person developing allergies or asthma. Here’s how to kill dust mites.