Many people have no problem picking a daddy long leg up by the leg and moving it to safety. Should we be more wary of this spider-like pest?
Bleach is considered a pesticide and fungicide because it kills bacterial cells, so does that mean it can kill spiders? Find out.
Learn about the wolf spider and find out if it’s a pest you should be worried about.
Learn what you can do to kick spiders out of your home.
House spiders may be harmless, but that doesn’t mean they’re welcome in your home. Peppermint oil is a popular natural remedy to kick them out. Find out how to use it.
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.
Spiders are outdoor creatures, but they sometimes find their way into your home. Read now to learn about a natural way to get rid of unwanted spiders by using a common household item—vinegar.
While it’s still cold out, many pests – especially mosquitoes and other biting pests – tend to die out or hibernate. Unfortunately, there are still many pests that like to invade in winter, and it’s important that you take the necessary steps to stay safe.
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.
Because fall means that many pests try to find refuge indoors, pest control efforts often focus there – sealing up holes and laying any necessary traps to prevent these pests from taking up residence inside of your home. Most of the problematic summer/outdoor pests die off, but those that are seeking out warmth and shelter will do anything they can to enter your home, and so making sure they cannot find those entrances become crucial.