Pest Control Blog: Eliminating Mice, Cockroaches and the Other PestsPest Control Blog: Eliminating Mice, Cockroaches and the Other Pests

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Pest Control Blog: Eliminating Mice, Cockroaches and the Other Pests

Hi, my name is Susie, and I used to feel like I as a magnet for pests. As soon as I got rid of the fruit flies, the cockroaches would appear. As soon as I got rid of the cockroaches, the mice would appear. It felt like a never-ending cycle until I learned how to deal with each pest in its own way. If you want to learn to eliminate pests from your home forever, you need a foolproof strategy. You need a basic understanding of each type of pest, and you also need to know when to call the pros. Want to learn those tips? Then, explore this blog.



How to Prepare Your Home for Termite Control Service

Equipping yourself with knowledge on termites can help you understand how to manage them when they turn into a menace. It is however recommended that pest control specialists be left to manage them. Usually, there are several species of termites existing, and each may require a unique control technique.  For instance, subterranean termites' nests are found beneath the soil while wood termites nest above. Prior to performing any termite service, homeowners need to prepare the entire home to avoid unsafe treatment or a re-infestation. Read More 

How to Identify Termite Infestation in Your Wooden Furniture

A termite infestation is the worst thing that can happen to your wooden furniture. The small creatures can dig into your furniture and cause permanent damage without you even noticing a problem. They do not come with a warning, and it may be too late once you realize that the menacing insects are in your home. For this reason, it is essential to look out for the signs which are a clear indication that termites may be digging into your wooden furniture. Read More 

Why Ant Spray Is a Waste of Money

Waking up in the morning to find a trail of ants crawling across the kitchen counter is never a pleasant way to start the day. You might be inclined to spray the little intruders with a household ant spray and clean the area to get rid of them. However, the ants might no longer be visible, but they're still there, and, chances are, they're going to be back within 24 hours. Read More 

When Rodents Raid Your Refrigerator: How to Prevent Mice from Accessing Your Refrigerator

Mice are so tiny that keeping them out of places they shouldn't be can prove taxing. However, when you reach into your refrigerator for a midnight snack the last thing you want to see is a mouse perched right next to the food you were about to grab. How on earth could a mouse get inside a refrigerator? Well, given their size, a maximum of 20 cm in length and 30 grams in weight, they can comfortably squeeze through a hole the size of a pen cap. Read More 

Safe, Natural Methods for Getting Rid of Ant Hills

Ants are often beneficial, cleaning up decaying material, eliminating pests, and aerating the soil. Sometimes, though, they can be a nuisance. Some of them bite, and others can cause a lot of damage to your garden. Using insecticides can be problematic, however. They can harm pets, children, and beneficial insects. Fortunately, if you have an ant hill that needs to go, there are multiple organic, nontoxic ways to eradicate it. Read More