Spring Pests: Most Common to Watch for in the MidW ...

When it comes to pests, spring is one of the most active times of year.  Most of the creatures that could harm you and cause damage to your possessions have been in hibernation for the duration of the winter, but they come out of dormancy as soon as it starts to get warmer. Here are some of the most common spring pests that can be found in the Midwest.

Centipedes and Millipedes: How to Tell the Differe ...

What are the differences between centipedes and millipedes? Are any of them poisonous? Are any dangerous? Do they really have 100 legs? Where can I find them and how can I tell them apart? If these are just some of the questions that are bothering you, here is a great article about centipedes and millipedes and ways of telling them apart.

3 Reasons to Avoid Essential Oils When Doing Pest ...

There are many people who decide to use essential oils for pest control. This is due to the fact that they think that they are choosing natural solutions. There are even some people who think that essential oils not only help, but are also very healthy. The truth is that, while they can be used to eliminate a few ants, using essential oils for pest control is a bad idea. It could be a temporary solution to an eventual permanent problem should the pest problem not be contained. Here are some reasons you should avoid using essential oils for pest control.

5 Tips for Preventing Ants in Your Kitchen

Ants are a very troublesome pest. Only a handful of these insects can be enough to completely infest your kitchen and getting rid of them is not an easy task. There are thousands of species of ants, and the ones you can most commonly find in your home are the Argentine ant, the Pharaoh ant, and the Pavement ant, and if you are really unlucky you might have the Carpenter ant; well-known for destroying the wood that holds together your home.

Pest Control for Property Managers

When it comes to keeping a building free of pests, no one has it harder than property managers and landlords. After all, they are the ones all tenants turn to when they need to get rid of pests and rodents. Not only that, but managing pest control in a building is hard work. Firstly, there is prevention. While preventing a pest infestation in your own home might not be so hard, landlords who cannot control what tenants do have a difficult task. If only one tenant brings in pests like bedbugs into a building, the infestation usually spreads like wildfire.

Crawling Insects: Fleas - What You Should Know

When it comes to pests, there are various types of bugs and insects, some more troublesome than others. But any home that has pets like dogs or cats has probably come into contact with a really pesky pest – the flea.

Pests After a Mild Winter - Tips For Prevention

Some years have a relatively mild winter, and it affects everyone. But did you know that it also affects pests around your home? When winter is relatively mild, things are great! Cold winters help with pest control. Some pests will not die off without ice and freezing temperatures, so if you’re seeing them around your home, here are the best preventative measures to take. 

Preventing Pests in Spring : 5-point Checklist

After a long cold winter, spring is finally here! But as the weather improves for you, it also improves for pests who get very active this time of year. That is why we are bringing you a simple 5-point checklist which will help you get ahead of pesky pests and complete your pest prevention. All it takes is a few simple precautions to help ensure a pest-free home.

Proactive Pest Control: Common Entry Points and Ho ...

It can be very frustrating to continue to find pests inside of your home after repeatedly employing pest control measures. Many people question how these relentless pests are getting inside their home. Pests will exploit any opening they can find to enter the home, whether it be to take shelter from the weather or to feast upon food in the house. Make a preemptive strike against pests. Learn where the most vulnerable home entry points are and how you can seal off these areas in your home. The best way to fight pests is by being proactive.

How do Bed Bugs Breed?

If there’s even the slightest chance bed bugs have entered your home, you’ll need to do something to prevent them from growing in numbers. In order to handle the situation, however, you’ll need to know how they breed, what they look like, what their life cycle is like and how they usually make it into people’s homes. Here are the answers to all of those questions!

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