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 

Four Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe During Pest Control

Pests in the home, whether insect or mammal, are a nuisance that can also pose health risks to your family and pets. Pests, particularly rodents, often bring disease into the home. It's vital to treat for pests while keeping your pets safe. 1. Inform Your Exterminator It's vital that the pest control service knows that there are pets in the home in order for them to determine the safest pest control plan. Read More 

Why It’s Usually Best To Leave Wildlife Removal To The Professionals

If you have a skunk, raccoon, or some other wild animal causing trouble on your property, you might figure you will just set a trap and relocate the animal yourself. And in some cases, this might work out just fine — but that tends to be the exception to the rule. In most cases, you are best off hiring a wildlife removal professional. Here's why. 1. Many wild animals carry rabies and other dangerous diseases Read More 

Rat Extermination Recommendations And Prevention Treatments

Rats are a pest that can invade and take up residence in any type of area, including rural and urban locations. Whether or not you have experienced rats in the past, there is always a first time and you need to be on the lookout and know how to get rid of them. Here are some recommendations to help you determine the extent of your rat problem and get rid of them out of your yard. Read More 

Single Family Homes And In Charge Of HOA? What To Do If Homes Have Rats

If you own townhomes and are in charge of the HOA it is your job to take care of things like exterior maintenance of your single family homes, as well as take care of pools and other amenities that may be in your neighborhood. You also are in charge of taking care of pests that may get into the homes, such as rats. If this happens to you, below are the steps that you should take to get rid to he ants so your homeowners will be happy. Read More