Summertime brings visions of picnics, sunsets, happy family outings, and…..BUGS. Big bugs. Little bugs. All kinds of creepy-crawly creatures, spoiling summer fun.
The first step to getting rid of bugs in your home is to shut down and prevent the ways they can come into your home. We share many pest prevention tips to help keep your home free from bugs, rodents, and other pests that can cause damage and health risks.
As always, if you have a question about a problem you think you may have, let us know. We will be happy to come out and inspect to help resolve the issue.
Summer bugs are no fun. You want to enjoy time outside but the bugs drive you inside. We share tips on making your summer bug-free.
When it comes to thinking about pest control, however, people have mixed emotions. They want the pests gone now, but they also want to know they are doing it in a way that is safe for the adults, children, and pets living in a home.
Mosquito season is here. Learn how you can prevent mosquitoes in your yard this summer and enjoy your outdoor fun activities.
If not treated right away, flea infestations can explode and become incredibly difficult to get rid of. Learn to recognize these signs of fleas
Mice reproduce rapidly and carry disease that can make you and your family sick. Mice prevention is key and early detection and elimination is key to keeping your home rodent free.
There are very few bugs that make one feel as squeamish as bed bugs. We’ve all heard the horror stories of someone discovering they have bed bugs and struggling to get rid of them, only to realize they have a re-infestation. The small size of bed bugs and their ability to hide make them particularly awful to think about, and difficult to get rid of once they are in your home.
As the temperature drops, critters of all shapes and sizes start to seek out a warm, sheltered place to take refuge for the winter – namely, your home! This is the time of year that you will start to see pests such as mice, rats, spiders, squirrels, stink bugs, ladybugs, beetles, boxelders, and many other winter invaders coming into your home.