One of the favorite places for pests to take up residence is in both storage areas and warehouses. These spaces offer an expansive area with all sorts of convenient crevices in which they can hide and, of course, multiply. Anything from bugs to birds can be extremely disruptive to your operations. It is very important to understand how your storage area or warehouse can become a haven for pests, and how to best tackle this common issue for the sake of your company.
Most people know what a stink bug looks like, but knowing the enemy is the first step to defeating it, right? Here’s a little more information about the small, stinky pests.
Rodents are cunning little pests that can quickly and easily invade nearly any building. They can cause expensive damage, spread disease, and of course, significantly lower property values. Rodents are a menace for any home or business.
What is the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug? The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) was first noticed in the state of Pennsylvania in the mid-1990s. Although it is not for certain how they arrived in the United States, it is speculated that they arrived by a shipping container from Asia. The BMSB is native to China, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan. The BMSB is a nuisance to homeowners across the US and is also considered a risk to agriculture. They have done noticeable damage to apple and pear orchards in Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Pests — unfortunately, most of us live right alongside them, whether at home or at work. Pests are one of the biggest problems with any type of property because they are so ubiquitous. What’s worse, they have adapted to living with us by being very sneaky about invading our space. Even if you don’t see them, it is advisable to have a regular professional pest control sweep to uncover any unwelcome visitors lurking in the shadows. Here’s just five examples of pests that are particularly hard to detect.
Bed bugs are among the most despicable pests that can invade your home or business. They are literally bloodsuckers, feeding on human blood to survive. Bed bug saliva contains anticoagulants and anesthetics so that the host does not feel anything when they bite. Most victims have no idea they have been a meal until they discover irritated red bumps on their body.
Summer’s return means the return of pesky mosquitos. Maybe you will try to take care of them yourself by spraying your yard yourself or using bug spray to try to keep the pests from biting you and your family. However, those methods are rarely as effective as going to the pros. Here are some benefits to hiring a professional service to help you take care of those annoying pests instead of doing it yourself.
With spring now here, it’s time for spring cleaning. It’s also the ideal time to protect your home against the pests who want to try and move in. Bugs and rodents infesting your yard and home is problematic, so here are a few tips and suggestions you can use that might help you keep those pesky pests away.
Unfortunately, bed bugs have recently begun to make a comeback across the U.S. and it is critical to take measures to prevent an infestation. True to their parasitic nature, they are excellent at finding ways to travel and spread misery everywhere they go. Whether you have spotted them around the dorm or not, keep in mind that college campuses are ideal breeding grounds. These bugs hide in the most unlikely of places, making it easy to unknowingly take them with you when you return home. To avoid bringing these nasty little creatures along to meet the family, you can follow READ MORE »
We all know that when the winter comes, the bugs tend to disappear, but where do they go? Surely they don’t all die off; otherwise how would they come back in the spring? While many do only survive as a species by laying eggs in the ground that hatch once the weather comes up, quite a few actually do normally survive the winter. Here’s a few to look out for.