Tag: Pest Tips

07/20/2017

Beneficial Bugs for our Gardens

Pests can be very annoying but at the same time, some of them can be very beneficial for us. There are a variety of bugs … Continue Reading

07/19/2017

The Black Widow Spider: Facts & Prevention

The black widow spider is found in every state except Alaska and is considered to be one of the most recognizable pests in the world. … Continue Reading

06/21/2017

First Day of Summer: Keep Pests Away!

Bring on the summer picnics, cookouts…and lots of pest activity? It’s officially summer and the first weekend is predicted to be a rain soaked one … Continue Reading

04/05/2017

The Painful Bite of a Fire Ant

No ant is fun to have around but for the most part, ants can typically be pretty harmless. But if there is one ant you … Continue Reading

03/22/2017

Pest Spring Cleaning Tips

Now that Spring has sprung and warmer weather is on it’s way, its good to prepare for an increase in pest activity around your home. … Continue Reading

02/21/2017

The Truth about Silverfish

Ever open a drawer in your home and jump back when you see silverfish inside?  It’s never a pleasant site but unfortunately they are commonly … Continue Reading

02/15/2017

Avoid Furry Pests From Entering Your Home

If your home has small openings to the great outdoors, even cracks and crevices, insects and furry pests, like rats and mice — could be making … Continue Reading

02/13/2017

Milder Winter Means More Spring Pests

A unpleasant consequence of a milder winter is earlier and heavier pest activity in the spring. In colder winters, many pests will die due to freezing … Continue Reading

01/12/2017

Rodents and Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome

Rodents and Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome are a duo that no one should ever encounter. According to Human Diseases and Conditions, the Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome is … Continue Reading

08/10/2016

It’s Peak Season for Wasps

With the Back to School season in full force, summer is quickly fading from our minds. But the heat and pests of summer will be … Continue Reading