Have A Rodent Problem? 4 Things You Should Know

Have you recently noticed mice droppings around your house? That means you have mice hiding somewhere within the walls. The pesky intruders can cause a lot of destruction to woodwork and insulation, which is why you'll want to find ways to get those mice to leave. Here are a few things you should know to help you do it. Mice Love Food Mice won't stay in your home if they cannot find anything to eat. Read More 

4 Signs You Have A Mouse In Your Home

One thing you will want to do is work to keep your home as safe and secure as possible. The key to accomplishing this goal may rest in minimizing the number of pests you have in your home. It's essential to your health and well-being to look for signs of unwanted visitors, such as mice and work to get this under control. Being aware of specific signs that indicate you have a mouse in your home may be helpful to you. Read More 

Take Back Your Outdoor Living Space: Tips To Repel Mosquitoes

During the spring, summer, and fall, most homeowners enjoy time outdoors cooking out and relaxing with friends, family members, and neighbors. Unfortunately, flying insects can affect your ability to entertain, relax, and have fun while sitting on your porch, patio, or deck. While annoying, most insects are also dangerous to your health. Mosquitoes not only irritate and bite, but they can also spread different diseases, such as the deadly Zika virus. Read More 

Rodent Control

It is quite the feeling finding that you have a rodent infestation. You may actually see a rodent, which is the worst, or you can find a lot of fecal pellets. Rodents are pests that need to be taken care of immediately because they can do a lot of damage to the home. Rodents like to chew through wires and chew into insulation. Not to mention the fleas on rats have known to carry the plague and the fecal pellets in mice can carry the Hantavirus, which can be deadly to humans. Read More 

Keeping Racoons Away From Your Home: Four Helpful Tips

Raccoons can be annoying invaders of your yard and garbage, and and they can make their nests in your attic, chimney, crawl space, or other accessible area of your home. Unfortunately, these pests can also be more than just irritating; they can also carry diseases that can be spread to humans and pets. If you want to keep these nighttime invaders away from your home, here are some tips to help. Read More