Keeping Pests Away From Your Home

3 Of The Biggest Misconceptions Concerning At-Home Bed Bug Treatment

If there is one pest that can give you a nervous feeling when you crawl into bed at night, it is bed bugs. These biting critters may not be harmful, but their bites can sure be a nuisance, and they can reproduce at such a rapid rate you can have an infestation on your hands in no time. When you discover that you have bed bugs, your first inclination will likely be to take matters into your own hands and skip professional pest control. Read More 

How To Get Rid Of Rats From Your Home Before They Take Over

Wherever human beings live, you'll find rats because they have adapted so well to being around people. They may start out living in your yard, sheltered by bushes and shrubs. But they won't hesitate to move into your house if they need better shelter and have a food source. Since they can damage property and carry diseases into your home, at the first sign of rats, it's time to fight back. Read More 

Fighting Bed Bugs As A Property Manager

If you manage an apartment complex, one of the worst messages you can get from a tenant is that they think they have bed bugs. Bed bugs continue to be a problem, especially in multi-family buildings. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) reports that nearly all of the pest control companies surveyed said that they had dealt with calls about bed bugs during the past year. As the weather warms up, if you start getting calls about bed bugs, it's time to bring in a bed bug specialist to stop the infestation before it spreads throughout the complex. Read More 

Protecting Birds Of Prey While Effectively Controlling Rodents

No one wants wild rats and mice on their property. From homeowners to farmers, getting rid of rodents and keeping them away is a top pest control priority. But some forms of pest control can make the rodents damaging to any prey animal that consumes them, so care must be taken to effectively control the rat and mouse population without harming owls and other birds of prey. First of all, if you have a lot of rodents in your area, then it's likely there are owls, hawks and even osprey and eagles around. Read More 

Signs That You Might Have A Termite Problem In Your Home

If you discover that you indeed have a problem with termites in your home, you are going to want to make sure that you are calling the best pest control professional. Of course, you might want to know what the signs of termites are before you start setting up any appointments with an exterminator. Take a moment to review the following signs that you might have a problem with termites so you can take immediate action. Read More