Outdoor Mice Control in 5 Steps

It only makes sense that one of the best ways to prevent a mouse infestation in your home is to prevent them from being on your property to begin with. To help with that, here are five useful tips for helping you control the rodent population around your yard.

Office Pest Control Protocols

Pests are always a possibility when you have an enclosed building, especially in a building where workers are present all day, eating meals in break rooms and snacks at desks, possibly leaving tempting crumbs for enterprising bugs or rodents to find. Keeping your office building pest-free is essential to daily operations, not to mention the cleanliness of the building. Read on to learn how to handle a complaint about pests when they find their way inside.

Black Widow Basics

We all know black widows are dangerous, but do you know how to spot one, and what to do if you start finding them around your property? Learn more about these dangerous spiders, so you can protect yourself and your family from their potentially fatal bite.

Hotel Room Bed Bug Inspections

Whether you’re headed out for business or pleasure, it’s almost inevitable that you will at some point need to stay in a hotel. When you do, it’s important to check the room for bed bugs, so you can avoid bringing them home with you. Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter how nice the hotel with — hotels in every budget have had issues with these pests, so every traveler should take the proper precautions.

5 Mosquito-Borne Diseases

Mosquitoes are widely known as annoying, their bites causing bites that itch long after the bug is gone. However, in some cases the lasting effects can be even more problematic and dangerous. Below, we cover some of the most common diseases that are spread by mosquitoes.

Allergies and Bugs: What's the Connection?

Nobody wants bugs, and nobody wants allergies — but did you know that the two sometimes go hand in hand? Of course, many people have allergic reactions to insect bites or stings. Allergies to bees and wasps are hardly uncommon, and even ant bites can make some people break out in hives. However, some insects can make hayfever-like allergies worse, and can even have an effect on asthma patients.

Chilly Bugs

When the temperatures start dropping and the snow starts following, many homeowners breathe a sigh of relief, thinking they get a few months off of worrying about the annoying and sometimes destructive pests that plague the warmer months. However, it might shock you to learn that some insects are just as active throughout the winter as they are the rest of the year. Read on to learn about which insects you should be concerned about through the winter.

5 Dangers of Stinging Insects

No one likes bugs that sting — at best, they’re annoying, and at worst, they’re dangerous. They are often difficult to evict once they make their home near yours, causing more injuries if you try to get rid of them. Below are five reasons stinging insects are dangerous, making at least five reasons to contact pest control to help get rid of them if you notice stinging insects on your property.

Carpenter Ants: Do You Have Them?

While most ants are merely annoying, carpenter ants are much more than that. This breed of ant has a habit of nesting inside of wood, chewing through it to make smooth tunnels. While they’re busy creating their home, they’re also putting a lot of work into damaging yours. If you suspect you may have a carpenter ant infestation, read on to learn about three signs you should be looking for.

5 Sickening Reasons to Get Rid of Rodents

We always hear that “rats carry diseases,” but without anything more specific, it’s easy to write that off as an old wive’s tale. After all, most diseases can’t travel between species anyway, right? Not quite. Below are five diseases carried by rodents that can be passed on to humans — five very good reasons to utilize pest control services to prevent disease transmission.

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