Spring is prime time for pests. While you may not see as many pests right away (since most start breeding around spring and start invading around summer) there are some pests that are very common during the spring months, and these are the ones you’re going to want to prevent with Pennsylvania pest control.
When it comes to pest problems, it’s not your family that is most at risk. It’s often your pets. That is because pets have no way of avoiding pests the way humans do, nor are they able to tell humans accurately when they are suffering from pest related issues. That’s why keeping your pets safe should be one of your top priorities. The following are several tips for ensuring our pets stay safe all summer.
They are considered a venomous spider, but they are not aggressive. However this doesn’t mean that they should not be considered dangerous, they will bite freely if provoked.
You may not like them, but you have to deal with them.
As most of you already know from the bites on your body, 2013 has been full of Mosquitoes.
Spiders are a natural controller of pests and insects. They are very beneficial predators and they serve a significant role in keeping populations of many pests in check. Without spiders, our world would be over-run by other insects.
This year, Pennsylvania’s harvesting season was at a record low due to invasive Stink Bugs.
New Jersey health officials announced that the number of confirmed virus cases had jumped from eight last week to 15.
Southeastern Pa. is becoming a hot spot for human cases of West Nile virus.
Here’s a story from our very own local Philadelphia Fox news. Might want to double check that restaurant that you wanted to visit this weekend.