Protecting Your Property Against Pest Problems

A pest problem can be a highly disruptive problem for your home to encounter. While addressing pest problems is something that every homeowner will eventually need to do, they may not be aware of some of the best practices for limiting the problems that pests can cause for your home. Inspect The Entire House For Pests There is a common assumption that pest problems will always be extremely noticeable for those living in the house. Read More 

Get Help From a Pest Control Company When Bat Bugs Infest Your Home

If you've been seeing small dark bugs in your home, and maybe even gotten some bites, you may think you have a bed bug infestation. However, the problem might be bat bugs instead. Both types of bugs need to be eliminated fast, so the first step is to call a pest control company to identify the bugs and start on treatments. Here are some things to know about bat bugs and how to eliminate them. Read More 

What You Can Do if Flies Are Ruining Your Backyard Fun

Flies are a pest that can be seen year-round; they can sometimes make an appearance in your home throughout the winter months. As soon as spring starts, these pests are in abundance, as they are coming alive again just like everything else in springtime. If you have these pests in abundance in your yard, it may make being outside less of a relaxing time and more of a pain, as you're constantly fanning yourself or swatting at these pesky pests. Read More 

Mosquito Control Around Backyard Water Features

A water feature, such as a backyard pond or fountain, can add a relaxing focal point to your landscape. That is, until mosquitoes find it and turn it into their personal breeding ground. Fortunately, there are ways to enjoy a water feature without inviting unwanted pests. Cultural Prevention The first step is prevention — make your pond or fountain a place that doesn't attract mosquitoes. Depth is the first tactic to use. Read More 

Types Of Residential Pest Control Methods

Like humans, pests like warm conditions during cold days. This is what motivates them to intrude into your home, especially if they sense there is food. Pests like cockroaches, flies, and rodents carry dangerous diseases and could easily cause you to get sick. Some simple ways you can avoid a pest infestation are by blocking entry points and removing any sources of food, water, and shelter. However, if your pest infestation gets out of hand, you should hire residential pest control services. Read More