How To Deal With Ants In Your Home

When you are a homeowner, dealing with possible pest infestations is a part of the game, and ants are one of t he most common pest infestations you will have to deal with. Ants are resilient and resourceful creatures that can make their way into your home in a variety of ways, and once there, may try to set up their colony in the temperature-controlled safety of the indoors. If you have noticed ants around your kitchen or elsewhere in your home, get to know some of the ways that you can deal with and get rid of those ants. [Read More]

Why You Should Have Your New House Exterminated Before Moving In

There's a lot to think about when you're moving into a new house. Lining up the moving truck, finding people to help you pack and securing the keys before move-in day can take up so much of your time. While you're busy planning all of these things, you should also think about what it's going to be like once you move in. You want to be as comfortable as possible in your new place. [Read More]

Tips You Need To Know On Preventing Pests This Winter

Since winter is approaching, you may be preparing your heating system and decorating for the holidays. You also need to make sure your home is prepared for the potential risk of pests. Termites, cockroaches, beetles, mice, and wildlife may try to enter your home with small cracks and crevices, especially if they sense there is food, moisture, and warmth. Before the winter approaches, use these tips to prevent pests from becoming houseguests during the holiday season: [Read More]

Why You Need So Many Precautions When Dealing With Dead Mice

You might assume that exterminating mice is a simple job. Find them, starve them, break their necks, and/or poison them; simple enough, right? Actually, no, it is not. Even if there is not a bloody, gory mess left behind from snapped necks and exploding abdomens (mouse poison does this), you still have to dispose of the little corpses. Worse still, you have to be very careful about how you dispose of them. [Read More]