Put Out The No Vacancy Sign: Why You Need An Exterminator Before Your Summer Officially Begins

Now that summer is officially here and it's time to start planning your vacation fun, don't forget to take one specific precautionary step: before you get busy having fun this summer, you need to schedule an appointment with an exterminator, even if you haven't seen any bugs. You might not have seen them, but that doesn't mean they're not going to become a problem at some point this summer. Here are several of the reasons why hiring an exterminator should be one of your first summer time activities this year. [Read More]

Tips For Finding And Removing Honey Bees From Your Home Or Yard

Though honey bees are a very important part of the earth's ecosystem, it is not reasonable for you to share your home or yard with them. Bees will sting your children and can cause serious structural damage if they decide to set up housekeeping in your attic, chimney, or inside of a wall.  If you have noticed an overabundance of honey bees in your yard and want to rid your property of this stinging pest, then these tips will help you do so: [Read More]

Why Professional Rat Removal Is The Best Way To Deal With Your Rodent Infestation

Even though pet rats you buy from a pet store might look all cute and cuddly, wild rats that infest your home are another story. The often walk through sewers, over dead animals, and through feces before crawling along your walls or even across your kitchen floor. Rats spread diseases and make a mess of your home, so you want them gone fast. The question is how to go about it. [Read More]

Exterminator Coming? Do These 3 Things

Instead of handling a pest infestation on your own, you'll want to have a professional exterminator come to your home to get rid of those pests for good. However, there are some things you can do for the exterminator that will make their job easier and more efficient. Document Your Problem You do not want your exterminator to not understand the pest issue you are having. Giving them a basic description or a vague story about your specific problem will not help them target the pests, which can cause their treatment to be unsuccessful. [Read More]