Green Pest Solutions – FAQ

Carpenter Ants and Eastern Subterranean Termites, the most prevalent species of termites in Pennsylvania, are both wood destroying insects that live in colonies, making it easy for many homeowners to mistake one for the other. It is very important to know how to tell them apart as they both require different methods of eradication.

Cockroaches are one of the most common household pests. There are about 3,500 species of roaches found worldwide, however only four of those species are prevalent pests in Pennsylvania, German Cockroaches being the most prominent.

Here is part two of a great Q & A the New York Times had with readers on how to deal with some common pest problems that plague us the the northeast. For anyone that missed part one we posted it last week.

For those that don’t subscribe to the New York Times here is a repost of a great Q & A they had with readers on how to deal with some common pest problems that plague us the the northeast.

Residents and business owners alike realize that as part of the upkeep of their dwellings, consideration of pest control must be included. After all, there’s nothing worse than waking up and finding painfully itchy bites on your body or critters that have eaten a portion of your morning cereal or worse, finding mouse or rat droppings in your kitchen.