There are many different types of snakes that can slither into American backyards, and while many of them are scary looking, most aren't dangerous. However, there are some snakes that are dangerous, and if they move into your backyard, you could be in trouble. Here are five things you need to know about one of these dangerous snakes, the timber rattlesnake.
How do you identify them?
Timber rattlesnakes, also known as canebrake or banded rattlesnakes, are large snakes with stocky bodies.
There are more than 4000 types of spiders in North America, and while most homeowners can identify a few of the more common ones, there are many that they can't identify. Seeing unidentified spiders inside your house can be scary since you don't know if they're dangerous or not. Here's what you need to know about one of these mysterious spiders, the broad-faced sac spider.
What do they look like?
There are a lot of things to keep an eye out for before moving in or out of a new building, or even if you're planning on having guests. They can be difficult to control once introduced, but are far too easy to get in the first place. Whether you're planning a trip or dealing with changes in your building, consider a few bed bug management, prevention and inspection concerns.
If you wake up every morning with bites on your skin, you definitely have something sleeping with you that you probably do not want, which could be bed bugs. Below is some information about these bugs if you have never encountered them before, and how you can get them to move on and sleep somewhere else.
Where to Find Bed Bugs
Bed bugs can be hard to detect because they are about the size of a small appleseed.
Everyone knows that bugs like termites or cockroaches can infest their home, but bugs aren't the only thing you have to worry about in the city. Birds can also infest your home, which causes a lot of mess and expense. Here's what you need to know about this problem.
What kinds of birds infest houses?
Many types of birds are adapted to living in urban areas, and these are the birds that are likely to move into your attic.