Think You Have Cockroaches? How To Tell And How They Can Affect Your Family

You may not see a cockroach in your home in the beginning, and when you do see one, you likely have a lot of them. Instead of looking for the insects, look for the signs they leave behind. Before they take control of your life, below are some ways you can tell and how they can affect you and your family. What They Eat Cockroaches will eat just about anything they can find but especially are drawn to things like paper, plastic, fabrics, animal matter, such as from a rabbit or hamster cage, and packaging. [Read More]

Super Termites Are Not Science Fiction: What Homeowners Need To Know About The Invasive Insects

For homeowners, termites are a major threat to the structural integrity of their house. Even a hint of the presence of the pests can send people into a panic as they think of the potential damage the insects can cause. In fact, Americans spend over $2 billion each year on managing termite infestations. In recent years, researchers and pest control experts have seen the rise of even more robust termites. You may have seen news reports about these " [Read More]

3 Serious Illnesses That May Be Transmitted By Rodents

Whether your home is infested with multiple rodents, or is inhabited by only one, mice and rats can harbor dangerous, and even life-threatening, diseases. While the following conditions are relatively rare, you'll need to contact a pest control professional if you find evidence of rodents in your home. Here are three serious illnesses that might be transmitted by mice or rats, and what you can do to reduce your risk of getting sick: [Read More]

4 Tips For DIY Bed Bug Control

Bed bugs are one of the most stubborn household pests to get rid of. But while many people choose to hire an exterminator to deal with a bed bug problem, there are a few steps you can try on your own before calling on a professional. Here are four tips for DIY bed bug control. Learn to Identify an Infestation Before you can begin removing bed bugs, you need to do some investigation to determine the extent of the problem. [Read More]