Some homeowners believe pest control is a do-it-yourself task. And while it is possible to get rid of pesky pests on your own, a professional is the most efficient and reliable way to go.
Pest infestations come with a lot of questions. Should you be worried about the health of your family? Do cockroaches bite? How do I know if I have an infestation? Read on to find out the answer to these frequently asked questions.
Do you have a bed bug problem or is it one of the bugs commonly mistaken for bed bugs? You need to know the answer before you can take care of the infestation. Find out how to tell the difference between the similar pests and the signs you need to watch for.
Without spiders, our world would be over-run by other insects. But scientists see a benefit beyond this: their webs are works of art and architect. Read on to learn more fascinating facts about their webs.
Mice may seem more pesky than dangerous, and in some cases, that may be true. But what you don’t know can hurt you, and you’ll find out mice are more harmful than you may first think.
Summer insects are gone, and winter pests now have their turn in the spotlight. Find out the home invaders to be on the lookout for this season and what you can do to prevent them from sticking around.
Itching for a way to keep bed bugs at bay? Learn a few things you should be doing to prevent a bed bug infestation in your home.
As the weather is getting colder, rodents are looking for a cozy place to call home for the winter. Make sure your house isn’t their new nesting ground with these tips.
Mud tubes are small tunnels around a termite nest that the pests use to travel easily and safely from place to place. Termites design these tubes to serve different purposes. Read on to learn more about the four distinct mud tubes.
Carpenter bees get their name from the nests they create in wood, but that’s not the only thing you should know about them. Read on to learn more about this type of bee.