Each month we continue to share information based on questions we receive from our clients and trends in the Pest Control industry. From homeowner and property manager tips, to product recommendations and safety information, our blog covers a wide variety of topics. As this year comes to an end, we're taking a look at our most popular posts of 2017.
As the weather gets colder, rodents become determined to find shelter. They will try to enter your property at any cost, and wear out their welcome by staying as long as possible. The good news is that by following a few smart tactics from our experts, you may not have to become a landlord for these unwanted visitors.
When you're managing a property, you need to make decisions that simply make sense. Deciding how to take a pro-active approach to potential bed bug issues has become a debated issue, weighing traditional visual inspections versus K-9 inspections. Is price the only difference between the two?
Managing a property can be difficult, but putting together your bed bug management plan doesn't have to be. Our experts compiled a list of the 3 most important factors for an effective bed bug plan to assist you through the process.
When Noah put two of each animal on the Ark, why did he decide to keep mosquitos? We may never know, but we can handle it. Mosquitos are more than annoying; they are the world’s number one killer, carrying diseases in every part of the world.
There is a lot you can do to keep your home and yard from being a hangout for unwanted squatters. You can search the internet for a collection of tips and tricks, or check out a quick list that we put together right here!
It’s is part of being human, but it’s so annoying: getting bit by insects. Of course, the most common is a mosquito bite, but there are thousands of little bugs in the world that want a piece of you or want some peace from you. Here are some of the most common bug bites identified by what the bites probably look like.
There is a tradition that if you see a raccoon during daylight hours, it has rabies. This makes sense because everyone knows that raccoons are nocturnal creatures. Nonetheless, it is not necessarily true.
Winter is here and everyone is heading into the house for warmth and delicious meals, even the bugs and rodents in your area. Before you settle down for a cup of hot cocoa and a great movie, take the time to secure your house against uninvited squatters that will enter your house to eat your food and generally make everyone uncomfortable.