Because fall means that many pests try to find refuge indoors, pest control efforts often focus there – sealing up holes and laying any necessary traps to prevent these pests from taking up residence inside of your home. Most of the problematic summer/outdoor pests die off, but those that are seeking out warmth and shelter will do anything they can to enter your home, and so making sure they cannot find those entrances become crucial.
Spiders can often mean the presence of other pests, and wherever the spiders are entering from, so too can other pests enter. That is why it’s important to contact a pest control company
Many people are scared of spiders, and in some cases that fear may be so great that once they see a spider in their home they simply do not have the strength to kill it the traditional way. For those people that are so afraid of spiders that the idea of grabbing a spider with a paper towel is simply too terrifying, there are other ways to kill spiders that perhaps you feel brave enough to try.
Spiders simply are not that dangerous. Not all spiders can even break skin. Those that can will almost always only attack if they are within seconds of being squished, and even then the symptoms of the bite are nothing more than a mosquito bite or, at worst, a bee sting. While bee stings can be painful, and no one likes the itch of a mosquito bite, they are not necessarily something to worry about.
One of the issues that makes identifying bites difficult is that, in general, most bite reactions are the same. The bumps you get from bites isn’t some specific reaction caused by a type of toxin. They are allergic reactions, and so any bite that causes an allergic reaction is going to cause a similar bump. However, there are a few ways to tell some bites apart, and while it’s not an exact science, you can potentially tell bites apart by these symptoms.
September is back to school month, and that means that you’re sending your kids back to a place where they will spend 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, from now until roughly the end of June. While school is a great place to learn, it’s not necessarily the best place to stay safe from pests. The following is some helpful information that you may want to use to go over with your child before they start the school year.
If you’re like most people on the East Coast, most of your summer is spent outdoors, out on the barbecue, cooking up some delicious meats and corn. It’s also a great time to be bothered by some of Pennsylvania’s most irritating barbecue pests. There are some pests that are notorious for bothering you at the barbecue, and unless you solve the issue, they can make it hard to host a fun event.
A hornet inside of the home is often a sign that you have a nest somewhere near your home, so if you see a hornet you may need to call Green Pest Solutions to make sure you don’t struggle with future hornet problems. Nevertheless, you still need to get rid of that one hornet. Here are some strategies that work.
Bees can be a serious pest problem, especially for those that are allergic or have kids that play near their nests. There are absolutely times when you may need to remove a bee’s nest from your property. But there are times when keeping the nest, despite the sting risk, is the best solution.
Paper wasps are notorious home invaders. It is not necessarily recommended to eliminate paper wasp nests yourself, but there are some strategies that can help you ensure that if you do decide to eliminate a paper wasp yourself, you can do so safely.