Pest Control Issues In A New Home

If you have purchased a new house, then you'll have a lot of things to watch for so you know about any repairs you'll need to make to get the house in the condition you want it to be in. One of the big areas of concern you will have when moving in any new home is the different types of pests you may be dealing with. The tips below will help you to spot the signs of an infestation and know the best way to approach things. [Read More]

5 Ways To Avoid Exposure To Pesticides While Pregnant

If you need to hire a pest control company while you are pregnant, you will want to take extra precautions when preparing your home for the treatment and when returning to your home once the treatment is done. A good pest control company will have the right tips and advice for you and will use the safest methods of pest control for your home. However, in most cases, a pest control company will use pesticides to eliminate the pests in your home. [Read More]

You Shall Not Pass: Stopping Bugs from Coming in Through Your Front Door

Even if you keep your house bug free and clean, there is always a chance that bugs may crowd around and get into your home. If you live around a lot of trees, grass, and other greenery, the bugs may come in through your front door. Since you have to open your door to go in and out several times a day, bugs, flies, and other insects may crawl in through the door and settle down in your home. [Read More]

Top Signs Your House May Harbor A Termite Colony

Have you recently moved into a new home? Are you now concerned that your home could be filled with termites and that you wouldn't realize it? Having a termite infestation is never good news, but the impact can be lower if you spot the colony early. Here are some of the signs that a termite colony has taken up residence in your home and needs to be dealt with: Piles of insect wings: Migrating termites are flying insects, but they shed their wings as soon as they find a suitable colony site. [Read More]