4 Reasons Why It Is Wise To Leave Pest Extermination To The Professionals

 If you notice that pests have invaded your home, you need to contact pest control professionals immediately. While you may prefer to take care of many things on your own, pest extermination may not be a successful DIY project. Unfortunately, pests spread and multiply incredibly fast and can invade your entire home or office before you realize it. In addition to the damage they cause to property, they can also adversely affect your quality of life. [Read More]

Pest Control Treatments That Help Get Rid Of Ants

Summer usually brings an increase in ants. When ants are abundant in your yard, it's often just a matter of time until they find their way inside your house. Some ants may even live inside your home and cause destruction to wood and food. Ants can even bite or sting. They're an annoyance to your pets and family.  Getting rid of ants is challenging since you might kill all you see in the house, yet ants keep marching back inside. [Read More]

How Do You Get Rid Of Odorous House Ants In Your Kitchen?

Odorous house ants are a common kitchen pest. They will eat nearly anything, so any food that's left out in your kitchen or in the trash can attract them to your home. Odorous house ants are most notable for smelling like rotten fruit if you crush them, so they're easy to identify. Thankfully, odorous house ants are not dangerous—they'll bite you if you disturb their nest, but the bite isn't painful or serious unless you're allergic to them. [Read More]

The 4 Steps To An Effective Termite Service

Termites have the ability to cause serious damage to your home in a rather short period of time. That is why it is so important that you employ an effective termite control plan to keep these common household pests at bay. For the best possible results, it is important to choose a termite service that includes each of the following four steps. Step 1: Repel The first thing you will want your termite service to do is to take steps to repel termites by making your home less attractive. [Read More]