Eliminating Termites from Your Home
By now, everyone knows that bed bugs can be found in hotels and motel, but bed bugs can be found in lots of other places, too. Surprisingly, bed bugs can even be found in clothing stores. A 2015 survey of pest control professionals found that a shocking 20% of respondents had treated a bed bug infestation in a clothing store. Here are three ways to avoid bringing bed bugs home from your next trip to the mall.
Fleas are not only a common nuisance for pets, but they can also be a source of many diseases. You might be familiar with the routine flea-fighting tips, like flea dips and barrier products, but it's easy to lose sight of the fact that you're not truly rid of them until they are out of the house, too. Fleas can be a real nuisance, hiding in the carpets and the furniture.
Indian meal moths, also called pantry moths or grain moths, can cause a lot of problems for homeowners. Here are four things you need to know about these pests.
What do Indian meal moths look like?
Indian meal moths have multiple life stages. When they hatch out of their eggs, the larvae are usually cream-colored, but they can sometimes have a yellowish or pinkish tinge. You may see these caterpillar-like larvae crawling around your house, often on the walls, and looking for a place to make a cocoon.
Bed bugs have become a terrible problem in many communities, and they have quickly spread across much of the country. Therefore, there is a reasonable chance that this may be a problem that your home can encounter. To protect yourself and your family from these bugs, it is important for you to be as informed as possible about them, and learning some answers to common questions should help you strengthen your understanding of this routine threat.
Once a colony of termites invades your home, you can be left with expensive repairs. Depending on the type of termite involved, your damages can differ. Here are two types of termites and the infestation signs associated with them.
Just as their name suggests, subterranean termites tend to build colonies under the ground. They are highly dependent on moisture, and prefer humid, subtropical climates. Subterranean termites do not fare well in cold regions, but may still inhabit a home with central heat.
My father has been a pastor for the same evangelical church in my hometown for the past twenty-nine years. I was only seven years old when my dad began working at this small country church. Over the years, I’ve become quite close to many of the parishioners at this place of worship. Some of these precious people feel like family too me. A couple of years ago, one of the ladies at the church discovered that her home was infested with termites. After consulting with a pest control specialist, she decided to have this individual tent her home in order to rid it of the pesky termites that were slowly destroying it. Now, she has a safe, termite free place to live. On this blog, you will discover the most technologically advanced ways to eliminate termites from your home.