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]

Have Termites? 3 Things To Know

If you own a home and suspect you might have termites, you should not wait to seek help. Termites are extremely bad for homes and can be hard to eliminate without professional treatment. If you do not take the right steps, they can end up causing a lot of damage to your home. Here are three important things to know about termites. How To Tell If You Have Them  A lot of people do not seek termite elimination services simply because they do not know they have termites, and this opens up the risk for these tiny bugs to cause damage. [Read More]

Three Tips Reducing Insect Related Lawn Damage

Florida's fertile environment means that it is relatively easy to grow a lush, beautiful lawn. Unfortunately, it also means that there are lots of insect species that are ready and waiting to devastate susceptible lawns. If you would like to learn more about how to manage the risk of insect damage for your lawn, read on. This article will offer three useful tips. Monitor Regularly The best way to keep insect pests from ravaging your lawn is to be vigilant about inspecting for signs of infestations. [Read More]

Dealing With Mice

Finding that you have mice in your home is always concerning. It is hard to know how long the mice have been in your home, and how much damage they may have done. Mice will often get into the insulation and wiring of your home, and cause a great deal of damage. Mice are also known to carry Hantavirus. This virus can be deadly to humans. It goes without saying that you want to get the little beasts out of your home as soon as possible. [Read More]