Keeping Pests Away From Your Home

Have Mice In Your House? 2 Ways To Remove Them And Tips To Prevent Them

Mice look for food and shelter when it starts to get cold outside. A home is one of the best places they can get these things. If they have access to your home and find a way in, they can quickly multiply. Fortunately, you can get the mice out and take steps to prevent them from getting back into your home again. Get Mice Out One way to get mice out of a home is to use a live trap. Read More 

Can Your Leather Furniture Get Bed Bugs?

When people talk about bed bugs, they have a lot of fears. After all, bed bugs can be incredibly difficult to eradicate. You might also wonder what types of furniture can get bed bugs. If you have leather furniture in your home, this might be one of your biggest questions. This is what you should know about leather furniture before you call a pest professional. Leather Can Become Infested The short answer is yes, leather furniture can become infested with bed bugs. Read More 

Wasp Removal For Homeowners

Wasps are some of the most annoying pests that any homeowner will ever have to deal with. In some instances, such as when a wasp nest is well away from your house, it's possible to leave the wasp nest alone. Wasps kill harmful insects, which is advantageous if you have a flower or vegetable garden. More often, if you discover a wasp nest on your property, you will probably want to remove it. Read More 

Mitigating The Threat That Termites Pose To Your Home

It is understandable for homeowners to be hesitant to use pest control methods that will require the use of highly toxic substances. However, some pests can pose a severe enough threat to the property that action will have to be taken to mitigate the risk. Termites can be one example of this type of pest. Luckily, there are non-toxic termite treatment options that will enable you to effectively protect your house. Read More 

Raccoons In The House: Get The Facts

Raccoons are notorious for being pesky little thieves who will raid your garbage can or steal your pet's food if the bowl is left outside. Even worse, sometimes these annoying critters will actually invade your house and make themselves at home. If you ever have the misfortune of having to put up with a raccoon in the house, here is some key information you will need to know. Where  Raccoons are most likely to set up shop in out-of-the-way locations in the home, such as an attic or chimney. Read More