Learning About Pest Control

Clearing Up Common Myths About Pest Control

One of your foremost responsibilities as a homeowner is ensuring that you protect your residence from threats that could not only compromise its structural integrity but could prove hazardous to your loved ones too. Therefore, it is not uncommon to prioritize measures such as the installation of security systems and the purchase of home insurance. But while numerous people are aware of the harmful impact that pests can have on their homes and the health of their loved ones, pest control services are still highly underrated. Read More 

Knowing The Signs Of A Termite Problem

If you recently purchased your own home, and you live in a wooded area, the potential for termites invading your living space is a true concern. Knowing the signs of a problem is the first step in eradicating a termite infestation quickly. Here are some indicators that signify a call to a pest control service is necessary to ensure these pests do not cause damage to your home. Check All Wood In Your Home Read More 

3 Ways To Get Rid Of Mice In Your Home

A mouse infestation in your home is annoying since these pests chew on almost everything of value — from clothes to electrical wires. Mice can also contaminate your stored grains and cause food wastage. These pests also carry various diseases, like leptospirosis and the plague, which threaten your health. Therefore, you need to get rid of these pests before they multiply and become difficult to eliminate. This article highlights three methods to help control a mild mouse infestation in your home. Read More 

Termite Tenting: How It Works, Cost, And What To Expect For Termite Control

Termite tenting is a termite control method that involves encasing your premises in an airtight tent, followed by pumping sulfuryl fluoride. The pest control specialist often combines sulfur with chloropicrin, commonly referred to as tear gas. Highlighted as follows are a few things you should know about termite tenting, also known as structural fumigation. Highly Effective This lethal gas combination is effective for termite control, as it kills the grown termites and the termite eggs. Read More 

How To Treat Your Home For Cockroaches

Cockroaches are the type of pest that hides behind your walls and baseboards, moving about when you aren't awake. When you turn on the lights, you may hear them scurrying about. If you are seeing them in the daytime hours or in the light, you may have a major infestation on your hands. These pests are looking for food and water, and if they have found what they are looking for in your home, it's something you need to take care of right away before they take over your home. Read More