Termites, albeit annoying little pests, are actually unaware that they are being pests. Most termites within the U.S. are just trying to establish a colony and find food. Sometimes people make the mistake of constructing people abodes and buildings too close to where these cockroach cousins are living, and then people are surprised when they find these pests in their homes or buildings. Whatever your situation with termites, you can safely eliminate them with natural termite control methods. [Read More]
Why Are Mosquitoes Attracted To Me?
If you notice that you are frequently bitten by mosquitoes, your plight might be the result of a variety of factors, some of which are controllable and others that aren't. By knowing why you are more likely to attract mosquitoes, it will be easier to find ways to avoid attracting mosquitoes in the future without the need for an exterminator in the area. Your Genetic Makeup A significant portion of why mosquitoes might prefer you over other victims is genetic. [Read More]
Prevent Zika Virus By Exterminating Mosquitoes Now
If you have been watching the news at all lately, you know that Zika virus is on the rise. Mosquitoes are the source of the virus for most, and growing concerns about the role mosquitoes play in spreading the illness are leading to an increase in pest control services. While the majority of cases of Zika have no symptoms, the chances of symptoms are still there -- especially for pregnant women. [Read More]
4 Things Homeowners Need To Know About Billbugs
There are many types of pests that can destroy your nice, green lawn, including billbugs. Billbugs are weevils that feed on the stems, crowns, and roots of your grass, which leaves unsightly brown patches in your lawn. Here are four things you need to know about billbugs. How do you identify them? Billbugs are very small and only reach lengths of up to 11 millimeters. They have six legs, short, broad bodies, and pointed snouts. [Read More]