It’s easy to forget that your human family members aren’t the only ones to suffer when mosquitos are around. After all, your family pet can hardly tell you why they’re suddenly itching. However, just like humans, cats and dogs can be bitten by mosquitos, resulting in itchy, raised bumps. Take a look below to learn how these nuisances can be more than just an annoyance for our beloved pets.
No one wants to deal with bed bugs, but even more than that, no one wants to deal with bed bugs twice. If you’ve recently had to deal with these pests, how you clean your home after the bed bug treatment can impact how effective the treatment is in the long term. Below, we’ll cover the basic cleaning steps to follow after a bed bug infestation, but be sure to speak with the pest control expert that treats your home or business for any specific instructions.
When pests show up in your home or business, you want them taken care of quickly, so it often seems easiest to run to the local hardware store or concoct your own pesticide to rid your property of the problem. There are problems with both of these approaches, which can often lead to more problems than the bugs themselves can cause. Below are five reasons to skip the DIY pesticides and leave the pest control to the professionals.
You may have tried to handle pest infestations on your own. When it comes to preventing small pest problems, applying your own methods can be helpful initially, but, some things are best left to the pros. People choose DIY solutions primarily because they’re inexpensive. Most of these homeowners are unaware of the fact that these solutions are only treating the symptoms, not the source of the problem.These solutions may even cause you more money when you are repeatedly buying the supplies, but are unable to solve the problem yourself. If you want a pest-free home, here are some reason why READ MORE »
Most people have heard of Lyme disease and know it is caused by ticks, but for many people that is the extent of their knowledge. Knowing what Lyme disease is, how it happens, and what the symptoms are can help you take steps to prevent it and recognize the early symptoms if necessary.