There are lots of crazy stories out there about pests. Some of them have been passed down throughout generations. Some have come from clever marketers, while others are just naturally embedded into your consciousness. Unfortunately, believing these stories may hinder your ability to eliminate pests from your home. Thus, this post seeks to demystify four myths about pest control. Myth 1: Pests Aren't There If You Can't See Them You may think there are no pests in your home because you can't see them. [Read More]
What Happens If You Ignore Termites?
Termites are such tiny creatures that people tend to ignore their presence. How much damage can termites do to your home? Can they damage a home beyond repair? You may have asked yourself these questions when debating whether to seek termite control or ignore them. If you're wondering what to do, here are reasons not to ignore termite control. Termite Colonies Are Large If you can spot a few termites around, there is probably a large colony nearby. [Read More]
4 Post-Construction Termite Control Methods
Ideally, termite control should be done before, during, and after constructing your house. But, if you didn't get the chance to do pre-construction termite control, all isn't lost. You can still count on post-construction termite treatments to eliminate these destructive pests from your home. However, the methods used in the post-construction period will be different from those in the pre-construction period. To keep you informed, here are four termite control methods used in the post-construction stage. [Read More]
2 Ways To Control Ants In Your House
Ants may be useful when they are outside, but they are much less useful when they are in your house. You don't want to look down in your kitchen or bathroom and see ants walking around your counters. There are things that you can do that will help you get rid of them. White Vinegar One thing that you can do is wipe everything down with white vinegar. You can dilute the vinegar or use a different form of vinegar if you don't like the smell of white vinegar, but white vinegar is generally the most economically feasible. [Read More]