How to Prevent Termite Problems


Termites are a common problem in the Pennsylvania tri-state area, perhaps even more so than many other states across the country. Many of the homes here are older, and the rain and moist environment causes the wood of these homes to become delicacies for termites. Termites cause billions of dollars in home damage every year […]

Dos and Don’ts of Cockroach Removal


Cockroach control in Pennsylvania is practically an art form. These invasive pests can grow very problematic, very quickly, and as the saying goes: once you see one cockroach inside your home, there are hundreds more that you haven’t yet seen.

5 Facts About Cockroaches

Cockroach on a slice of bread

Cockroaches are a stressful home pest. Cockroaches are abundant in Pennsylvania and a common home invader. They eat your food, they surprise your family, and they carry oils that can lead to significant allergies and problems for those with asthma.

What Pests Survive the Winter?


While homeowners may not look forward to the winter heating bills, the winter does represent some relief from pests. Rodents tend to be a problem, but many other pests die out over the winter, hiding their eggs so that their DNA can live on. But not all Insects die. Some live on, finding places to hide or hibernate and waiting until the weather warms up. The following are some examples of scurrying creatures that survive the winter.

3 Things You Didn’t Know About Rats


Rats are a common winter pest problem. Many homes in and around Pennsylvania get invaded by rats every winter as they break onto your property looking for warmth. Rats are a problematic pest that carry disease, destroy property, and are otherwise pretty icky, which is why it’s important to call Green Pest Solutions quickly to handle your rat problem.

How to Prevent Mice From Entering Your Home

group of mice walking in a luxury old-fashioned room

Mice are a persistent problem, especially when weather gets cold. Not only do they carry disease and destroy your property – they also breed very quickly, which means that if you don’t deal with your mouse problem you could be facing a complete mouse invasion in only a few months.