Learning About Pest Control

Small Ant Problem In Your Kitchen? Create Your Own Homemade Death Trap

If you have a small army of ants invading your kitchen, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to keep them away from your cupboards and your food. If so, use the guide below to build your own homemade ant death trap. What You Will Need Before you begin building your death trap, gather together the below ingredients and supplies. Some of the items you may already have at home, but you can find the others in supermarkets or department stores. Read More 

How To Spot Signs Of Subterranean Termites In Your Home

You probably know that termites do a lot of damage to homes across the country. What you may not know is that you can have a termite infestation and not be aware of it. That's one reason regular visits from a pest control company are helpful to you as a homeowner. The exterminator will inspect for damage and monitor for signs of termite activity so your home can be treated before major damage is done. Read More 

Eliminate Rodents From Your Home

If you are dealing with rodents, you are most likely pretty disgusted that you have rats or mice in your home. However, it is a much more common problem than people think. You are going to want to take action as soon as possible, but it is possible to get rid of your rodent problem. This article will go over how to get rid of your pests as fast as possible. Read More 

Found A Wolf Spider In Your Home? It May Be Smuggling Spiderlings And Wasps

Due to their incredible speed, wolf spiders are hard to catch. Therefore, if you recently found a wolf spider in your home, there's a good chance it got away and is hiding (or roaming) in a dark area. But even if you did catch the furry arachnid, it may have already smuggled dozens of spiders and wasps into your home. Wolf Spiders Transport Egg Sacs And Spiderlings On Their Abdomens Read More 

5 Things Homeowners Need To Know About Timber Rattlesnakes

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. Read More