Mosquitoes are a nuisance that appear every year. These flying pests leave itchy bites that can become infected. Though they seem to be everywhere during the summer, it is possible to minimize their effects. Here’s how to get rid of mosquitoes.
Are ants taking over your kitchen? Do you feel like your house is on an ant hill? Have you tried EVERYTHING you could find on the internet to get rid of them? We get more calls for ants…
If your home has been invaded by bed bugs, you will have a tough time getting these unwelcome guests to leave. There are steps you can take to get rid of them without resorting to dangerous chemicals that may not even work.
Black ants can invade your home overnight if you’re not careful. These pesky pests are easy to identify. There are a number of ways to kill them, so try to spring into action at the first sighting. Learn here about how to get rid of black ants.
No one wants to have pests in their home, mice especially. This time of year can be the biggest problem for them due to the cold temperatures and their need to nest over the winter. Many people have or are at risk of having rodent problem that they didn’t even know about. In honor of […]
Termites cause billions of dollars in property destruction every year in the United States. If you can identify the signs early enough, you can stop serious damage before it is done. Read on to learn how to identify a termite problem.
Accurately identifying bed bugs is half the battle when it comes to the war on these blood-sucking creatures. Here, you’ll learn what they look like and where to find them.
The Zika virus has been making national and local headlines lately, with two confirmed cases right here in Pennsylvania. Read on to learn six basic–and important–facts about this rare mosquito-borne virus and how to protect yourself against it.
Spiders are outdoor creatures, but they sometimes find their way into your home. Read now to learn about a natural way to get rid of unwanted spiders by using a common household item—vinegar.
Silverfish are often found in damp, dark places like bathrooms, basements, kitchen cupboards, and attics. Read now to find out how to prevent them from taking up residence in your home.