Posted on Jan 21st 2020
Rodents are an unpleasant surprise to find in your home, and many homeowners are familiar with the shock of coming across a darting mouse or rat in your kitchen in the middle of the night. You’ve likely called your local pest control for one or two before. They’re some of the most common types of pests to invade homes, but you may be wondering why they chose yours as a place to settle down. It comes down to three simple attractions.
Posted on Jan 10th 2020
Walking through the pest control aisle of your local store, undertaking your own pest control job without any professional help probably looks like an easy task. However, it wouldn’t take long into the project to realize this is far from the truth. It’s tempting to try and take it on, but most pest control jobs should be left for the experts to take care of.
Posted on Dec 20th 2019
The holiday season is a time for celebration and good cheer all around, but it’s decidedly less merry and bright if you find yourself having to deal with surprise visitors—specifically, pests. A pest problem is a surefire way to spoil the holiday mood, but pests, unfortunately, find the warmth and prospect of food that our homes present in the cool weather to be irresistible. Knowing a few pest control tips can help you make the holidays merrier in the face of unwelcome houseguests.
Posted on Dec 12th 2019
While pest control should be left to the professionals, the best way that you can reduce pests as a homeowner is to remove any enticements that might draw them inside. There are some elements that you might not have considered as a pest attractor and some that you’ve likely been well warned about in the past, but all of them can contribute to a growing pest problem within your home.
Posted on Nov 21st 2019
You’ll notice a significant drop in pest numbers outside once the temperature drops and snow arrives, but just because they’re out of sight doesn’t necessarily mean they should be out of mind. Pest control might still be needed for your home in the winter!