5 Most Common Household Pests

No one wants pests in their home, but the unfortunate reality is that it is something most people have to deal with at some point in their lives. Learning the signs of an infestation is important, as it can help you catch the pests early and ensure you are able to take care of the problem before the population explodes right under your nose. Below are five of some of the most common indoor pests, and how a pest control professional can help you prevent and eradicate them.

5 Reasons for Professional Pest Control

When you see pests infiltrating your home, it can be tempting to want to take matters into your own hands. After all, they came into your property, possibly causing damage, and at the very least causing some distress. However, it is wise to let the professionals handle cleaning up your pest problem, as trying to do it yourself can have a number of drawbacks, and may end up with you calling for help in the end after all.

Earwig Facts, Prevention & Elimination

Earwigs: small, slimy-looking, and fast moving. They will most likely pop out of a dark place when you are least expecting it, ensuing both fear and repulsion. But where do these creepy insects come from? Where do they like to dwell? How can we get rid of them? Myths: First things first. A lot of people associate the bug “earwig” with actually crawling inside ears. So, do earwigs really lay eggs in our ears? Even more troubling, can they enter our brain? The answer is a firm ‘no.’ While humans have long associated earwigs with entering our ears, this actually READ MORE »

All About Blow Flies

Think you might have blow flies taking over your home? If the flies in your home are a shiny green, blue, bronze or black – you just might. These shiny, metallic colored flies are often confused with the common house fly and appear suddenly in large numbers. They can be found congregating around doors and windows, producing an intense buzzing sound. If you are having a problem with Blow Flies around your home, there are some simple and obvious causes. Blow Flies, also known as Bottle Flies, choose to lay their eggs in decomposing matter, such as garbage, animal feces, READ MORE »

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