Learning About Pest Control

Worried About Termites? 2 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Home

Termites can cause great damage to any wooden structure, including your home. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help protect your home from these destructive insects. Below are two of these things to help you get started. Hire a Professional The best thing you can do is to hire a professional pest control company to provide you with termite prevention and treatment. They will inspect your property for termites and use special chemicals to kill them if any are found. Read More 

How To Get Rid Of Rodents In Your Home

Rodents are disgusting animals that can come into your home looking for food, water, and warmth. These rodents find their way into your home in the smallest of holes, cracks or crevices and make themselves at home in your cozy home. Rodents aren't the best roommates - they relieve themselves anywhere and everywhere around your home, get into all of your food, leaving a mess behind, and can invite their friends and family without your permission. Read More 

Mosquitoes: Keep Your Family Safe After A Bad Flood

One of the most important things to do after a bad storm is stay safe. But even if you manage to clean up the water and contaminants inside and outside your home, you may still face dangerous pests, including mosquitoes. Mosquitoes can come out in full force after a storm. The pests can use the standing water and damp conditions to complete their life cycles within a short time period. You can keep your family safe from mosquitoes with these tips below. Read More 

7 Signs Of Interior And Exterior Pest Infestation In The Home

Pests inside or outside the home may include insects and rodents. If you believe your home may have a pest infestation issue, you should contact a pest control specialist. In the meanwhile, you might want to examine your property inside and out, looking for indications of a potential problem. The following are 7 signs that warrant your attention: 1. Your floorboards, baseboards, or walls have become affected by gnawing-type marks or small holes: This is an indicator of a termite infestation, or possibly mice or rats in the home. Read More 

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