Garage Conversions: Take These Steps To Prevent Pests From Invading Your New Hangout

You can't wait to turn your garage into your favorite place to spend your leisure hours. Yet, you also know that your house's garage is one of the most vulnerable areas for a pest invasion, and no one can relax with roaches and mice running around. Whether you are creating a dedicated game room or a place to indulge in your favorite craft, use these steps to make sure it is pest-proof: [Read More]

Tips For Eliminating A Roof Rat Problem

Roof rats are common household pests. They tend to like high places such as trees and the upper levels of buildings. They can be destructive if they take up residence in your attic. Roof rats also carry various diseases, so they are dangerous to have in your home. Controlling roof rats is a combination of killing off the rats in your house and blocking rats from getting inside. Here are some tips that might help keep the pests out of your house: [Read More]

Debugging 4 Common Myths Regarding Cockroaches

As a homeowner, you probably understand the challenges of maintaining your home. From cleaning and organizing to landscaping and repairs, these tasks can be time-consuming and stressful at times. Unfortunately, most people do not place enough of their time into preventing pests. While some are unavoidable, some insects and rodents can be prevented. Considering the cockroach is one of the most common and despised bug that can enter your home, proper understanding of this creature is smart for prevention. [Read More]

Have You Seen Spiders In Your Home? Three Reasons To Contact A Spider Pest Control Professional

Many people consider spiders to be a beneficial pest because spiders are carnivorous, and take up residence in your home for the sole purpose of eating insects. Only two species in North America are dangerous to humans:, the black widow and the brown recluse, and both are easily identifiable and rarely nest indoors. However, there are still some situations in which you may wish to consider contacting a pest control professional in order to exterminate spiders currently in your home and prevent any more from coming inside. [Read More]