Learning About Keeping Pests Away

Dormancy In The Life Of Bloodsucking Pests: Why Their Rest Period Is Longer Than Yours

Some people assume that the best bed bug treatment, or any treatment for bloodsucking pests, is to leave the place where the creatures are. Sure, that generally makes good sense, but if even one pregnant female bug travels with you, you cannot get away. Lice travel on the body. Bed bugs have been known to crawl into suitcases. Then there is the small issue with the dormancy period. You read that correctly; parasites have a dormancy period.   Read More...

Do You Have Mice? How You Can Get Rid Of Them

Sure, reading children's books about the three blind mice or even Stewart Little can make the thought of mice sound kind of cute and almost magical, but if you actually have mice in your house, then it can seem like a whole other story. Whether you have seen one mouse or several mice, you should make sure that you get rid of them right away because they can carry diseases and are just an overall nuisance to have around.   Read More...

2 Essential Solutions To Prevent Roaches In Your Home

Seeing any type of insect or rodent in your home is frightening, but the sight of a cockroach can induce a great deal of fear and panic. Roaches will infest any type of home, no matter how clean or dirty it is, but most people will fear their home is dirty if they see one of these bugs. These pests are also very unique, since they can live without a head for an extended period of time.   Read More...

Three Pest Control Services You Need After Planting a Garden

Planting a garden can be a fulfilling yet relaxing job. Gardens provide beautiful spaces to sit and look or even to prune when you are looking for a relaxing day outside. Though growing plants and flowers is beautiful, you will have to deal with some issues that are not so pretty. Pests are often attracted to gardens and greenery. If you want the garden without the new animals, here are three pest control services that you should get after your garden is planted.   Read More...

Signs You Need A Termite Inspection

Termite inspections may seem like an unnecessary expense, but if you've ever had the alternative--a termite infestation--you know that regular inspections are an absolute necessity. But how often should you have these inspections, and how can you tell when one is needed? Here are four signs you need a termite inspection. 1. You're buying a home Anytime you're buying a house, you can't rely on the seller's good faith. Not only is it totally possible for them to lie to you about the house's condition, but there could also be a lot they don't know about the house.   Read More...