Pest Control: 3 Entry Points That Pests Use To Enter Your Home And What You Need To Do About It

Did you know that pests also consider your warm home a suitable environment? As you do your best to keep pests away, it's good to know that pests could also be doing their best to invade it. Unfortunately, most homeowners just think of the pest control treatments or techniques they could use to kill pests upon an infestation. And although it's a good idea, it's also good to think about how the pests may have gained entry. Read More 

Removing Bees from Your Home: What You Should Know

Bees aren't exactly a pest, but they can be a nuisance and dangerous if there is a large nest nearby and you are allergic. Bees can only sting once and then they die, but in large quantities, and if you're stung by more than one bee, it can be very dangerous. Bees serve a purpose in our world and need to be protected, so if you have them in your yard or if there is a nest located too close to your home, it should be safely removed. Read More 

Termites Beneath Your Home? What You Need To Do

If you have termites on the outside of your home, it can be a major issue, but if you have them beneath your home, it can be a disaster. These pests may go unnoticed for some time because they are under your home and they may not be as visible as they are when they are all outside. These pests can be more than just a simple nuisance, they can cause so much damage that your home could be rendered unlivable. Read More 

Removing Bats From Your Chimney: What You Should Do

Your chimney is useful to remove the smoke from your home when you have a fire in your fireplace. It's open at the top to allow the smoke to leave your home, but it shouldn't be open enough for pests to get inside. Over time, the wire around the chimney may end up disintegrating and can leave your chimney open for all types of pests to get inside. One pest that may be in your chimney is bats. Read More 

A Tenant Is Reporting Bed Bugs: Now What?

Managing a residential apartment building or even a small multi-family house comes with plenty of challenges. Most states require landlords to maintain habitable and healthy environments for their tenants, which typically means dealing with pest infestations. Bed bugs can be particularly unpleasant, so it's never a good sign when a tenant finds one. If you've never dealt with these pests before, you might now know how to proceed. In most states, you'll need to develop a plan of action as soon as possible since it's usually the landlord's responsibility to remediate pest problems. Read More