3 Ways To Get Rid Of Fleas

Fleas can cause you and your pets to end up with a lot of itchy bites. You or your pet could even be allergic to fleas and end up with some very uncomfortable effects from those flea bites. That's why you should make sure that you do everything to avoid a flea infestation. Just seeing one flea doesn't mean that you don't have an infestation since you won't ever see most of the fleas in your house, so as soon as you do see one, it's time to jump into action so you can get rid of those fleas altogether. [Read More]

Keeping Spiders Away From Your Patio's Dining Area

If you use your patio as an area to get together with friends and family to have meals together during the summertime, you most likely wish to spend this time without the presence of insects of any kind. Since spiders can be a hindrance to the enjoyment of spending time outdoors, making sure they are not a nuisance in the area you use for dining is necessary. Here are some steps you can take to help in keeping these crawling pests away from your patio area. [Read More]

Refuting A Few Popular Myths About Bed Bug Removals

Bed bugs can be an extremely unpleasant problem to have, and if your home has recently developed this issue, you may not be very informed about this particular threat. In fact, you may be under the impression that a few common misconceptions are true, and if this is the case, it can make addressing this issue more difficult than necessary. By learning the truth behind these three myths, you will find yourself better able to address your home's bed bug problem. [Read More]

How To Prevent Possums From Overtaking Your Property

Possums can be more than just pests in your backyard. They can damage your home, and they can carry flesh-eating bacteria. Keeping these animals away from your property is important if you live in an area where possums are commonly found. Use the following tips to prevent possums from overtaking your property and your home. Eliminate Outdoor Food Sources Possums are not picky eaters. They can feed on a wide range of foods, including grubs, small rodents, vegetation, birds and garbage. [Read More]