Fall and winter mean cooler temperatures, shorter days, and an increase in the likelihood of a rodent infestation. Luckily, it’s never too late to mouse-proof your house. Read on for some helpful tips for how to get rid of mice.
Whether you are buying a home or have lived in yours for years it is paramount to get an annual termite inspection. Learn what is involved in a termite inspection and why they are so important.
Once mice get inside your home they are tough to get rid of. There are several things you can do to prevent mice in the first place and remove them once they are present.
Not sure if you have a rodent problem in your home? Look out for these signs of mice. If you aren’t sure of the evidence or just feel too disgusted by the whole thing, contact Green Pest Solutions. Our team of experts can inspect suspicious areas and determine if the infestation is real.
Suspect an infestation with bed bugs? Don’t miss this post highlighting seven of the questions we at Green Pst Solutions get asked most frequently about bed bugs.
Trees are under constant attack from diseases and insects. In this post, we share six of the most common and deadliest tree insects that pester trees in our region, and we share tips on how to eliminate each of them.
Most centipedes live outside, but the house centipede makes itself at home indoors. Because they feed on other pests, they can be a symptom of a bigger problem. Learn how to keep these uninvited guests out of your home.
The cost of professional bed bug control relies on many factors which include the level of infestation, the amount of rooms affected, the size of the home, furniture to be treated as well as method of control.
Fleas are blood-sucking parasites that can be potentially harmful to both pets and people. There are ways to eliminate them from your yard so that they don’t take a free ride on Fido and possibly end up in your home.
Cockroaches invade our homes in search food and shelter, and once inside they are quick to multiply. These hated household pests can carry harmful bacteria and should be treated immediately to stop an infestation.