Pests can be a problem all throughout the year. There is no point during the year when you can’t be surprised by pests, especially as the climate changes and pest behaviors change with it.
Spring and summer are around the corner, and if you get started now you can improve your ability to fight pests all throughout the year.
Winter season is when many pests actually “invade.” That’s because as it gets colder outside, pests look for places that they can keep warm – and in most cities and towns, that means your well heated home.
It’s that time of the year. The holidays are right around the corner and snow is already mounted high on the streets and sidewalks! It’s also that time of year for rodents to prowl your home!
Ghosts, goblins and witches won’t be the only creatures trying to spook homeowners this Halloween. Be on the lookout for real-life ghoulish pests lurking around neighborhoods, including rodents, bats and spiders.
It’s the time of year when pests start making their way indoors to escape the chilly temperatures outside.
You may not like them, but you have to deal with them.
Planning on taking a trip to the beach this Memorial Day? What about Camping? Even if you are staying home and barbecuing you’ll want to be certain to purchase a good insect repellent.
“The NPMA is pleased to have the opportunity to publicly recognize the important work that pest professionals do every day during National Pest Management Month”
It’s the holiday season and that means traveling. Whether it’s to your mother-in-law’s or a hotel there is one thing you will probably forget to check for when you’re settled in—BED BUGS.