Making Pest Control Matter

Tips for Stopping That Ant Infestation

Springtime is when ants typically become a household problem, but these insects can invade your home at any time of the year. These small pests are capable of squeezing through the tiniest of spaces, making it seem impossible to prevent them from getting into your home. Here are some tips that will help stop that ant infestation from happening to your home. Destroy the Trail When ants travel through a home, they tend to leave a trail behind that is invisible to humans but visible to other ants.   Read More...

Get Rid Of Bothersome Bats

If you find yourself being divebombed by bats when you step out onto your porch, or you find out you have them in your attic, then you will want to take steps to persuade them to leave you and your home alone. There are some things you can try to get the bats away from your house. However, if these things don't work, then you will find it much easier and effective to call someone out to take care of the problem for you.   Read More...

Health Dangers of a Cockroach Infestation

From mice and beetles to spiders and squirrels, there are many types of pests that can enter and infest your home. While they are all problematic, some pests are more hazardous than others. If your home is infested with cockroaches, you probably already understand these insects can be frightening and unappealing. However, roaches are also hazardous to your family's health. Here are a few health hazards of a roach infestation.   Read More...

Tips for Keeping Bugs and Rodents Under Control in Your Large Commercial Building

Controlling bugs can be a challenge in a big commercial building, especially if you have your own cafeteria. An integrated pest management plan is a good way to prevent pests so they don't disgust your visitors and employees. An integrated plan involves prevention steps along with treatments. Here are some important steps for controlling pests in your building. Control Garbage Odors Food is a primary attractant for bugs and rodents. It can be difficult to keep crumbs cleaned up if employees are allowed to snack at their desk and if you have multiple vending machine areas.   Read More...

The Weather Outside Is Frightful: 3 Reasons Your Home Is So Delightful For Pests

Pests may not seem like a major concern once the weather becomes cooler, but when you consider pests are looking for a warm place to stay, you quickly realize the threat. There are several reasons your home might be the right place for pests to pay a visit. 1. Structural Vulnerabilities Even small structural issues can be exploited by pests. You should have your home regularly evaluated for structural issues, such as changes in the foundation, holes in the roof, or openings around door and window frames.   Read More...