Our Pest Control Blogs
With the many types of pests that want to invade your home, more knowledge can help you better understand how we can help you combat them. Check out some of our articles below to learn about these pests, their treatment, and how to prevent them
Inflicting upwards of $5 billion worth of residential damage in the U.S. each year, termites are every homeowner’s worst nightmare.
If you have a cat, dog, or any pet, you know that your furry, scaly, or feathery friend is part of your family. As much as this is true, pets are still animals, and with animals can come pests. However, pets can also keep pests away and serve as a natural kind of pest management.
A lot of people assume that pest control and wildlife control are basically the same things. In reality, however, the difference between pest control and wildlife control is significant, and they each require a specific set of tools and training to be performed correctly.
March 21st was the first day of spring. Along with increased rain and the growth of flowers and greenery, springtime is also termite swarm season.
Wintertime is usually when most animals, including insects and rodents, hibernate to withstand the harsh cold.
Most people don’t like spiders because of their creepy appearance, the messy webs they leave behind, and their tendency to pop up where you least expect them. That said, most spiders are harmless, and in certain settings, they do us a favor by eating other insects.
If you’ve been following scientific and environmental news lately, chances are you’ve heard a good deal about cicadas. That’s because every 17 years, billions of these insects descend upon the U.S., simultaneously damaging and benefiting the environment.