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.
Green Pest Solutions – Cockroaches
Cockroaches are resilient pests that can adapt to — and survive — a number of control methods. You can do a few things to create a less-hospitable environment, though. Here's why it's almost impossible to get cockroaches to leave on their own.
Once cockroaches have found their way into your home, evicting them is a challenge. These resilient bugs damage your property, eat your food, and more. The best way to prevent cockroaches is to sanitize and maintain a clean home. Here’s what to do.
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.
Want to fight off pests without harming your family and pets with dangerous chemicals? Learn here about using diatomaceous earth as an insecticide. This non-toxic powder kills insects on contact to safely reduce infestations in your home and garden.
The vast majority of cockroaches hibernate in winter. Yet not all cockroaches hibernate. Many remain active if they can get inside of your home.
Pennsylvania is home to a lot of pests. Some of them bite. Some of them sting. Some of them eat your food. And still others do absolutely nothing. Here's s a by-no-means scientific look at some of the scarier looking Pennsylvania pests.
May is Asthma and Allergy awareness month. Sponsored by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation, this month is dedicated to the spreading awareness about problems with allergies and prevention/protection strategies for those that suffer from them.
Cockroaches leave microscopic gunk around all over your home. Experts have found that many people are allergic to these particles, and the worse the cockroach invasion the worse the allergies.
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.