Green Pest Solutions – DIY

When it comes to pests, many people will try anything to make them go away. Could Windex solve your insect problem?

A hornet’s nest that is in an easy-to-reach spot and is smaller than a tennis ball may be safe enough for you to remove by yourself. Here’s some steps to take the sting out of the process.

If you’re like most people on the East Coast, most of your summer is spent outdoors, out on the barbecue, cooking up some delicious meats and corn. It’s also a great time to be bothered by some of Pennsylvania’s most irritating barbecue pests. There are some pests that are notorious for bothering you at the barbecue, and unless you solve the issue, they can make it hard to host a fun event.

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A hornet inside of the home is often a sign that you have a nest somewhere near your home, so if you see a hornet you may need to call Green Pest Solutions to make sure you don’t struggle with future hornet problems. Nevertheless, you still need to get rid of that one hornet. Here are some strategies that work.

Paper wasps are notorious home invaders. It is not necessarily recommended to eliminate paper wasp nests yourself, but there are some strategies that can help you ensure that if you do decide to eliminate a paper wasp yourself, you can do so safely.

If you've ever experienced an ant invasion, you know annoying they can be. No matter what you do, the ants keep coming back, and in some cases they swarm thousands upon thousands at a time all around your kitchen and bathroom. Stepping on a few won’t matter, and removing the foods they’re swarming will rarely make a difference. You need a way to kill as many ants as possible in order to get them off of your property.

House crickets are large, chirping insects that occasionally enter your home. Like a dripping faucet, the issue with house crickets isn’t necessarily that they cause much damage or pose a health risk. While they can destroy fabrics and carpets, the real issue is that crickets are noisy, and if you can’t find one of these crickets it’s not uncommon to find yourself wide awake all night as you seek it out.