It may not be pleasant but once mice get into your home, the best way to get rid of them is to catch them. Poisons and baits may work, but you could end up with dead mice in your walls. The best way to catch mice is with the right trap and the right bait. We’ll tell you how. Catching mice can be … Read more about How to Catch Mice
Every year, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) sponsors Termite Awareness Week. They created this week to bring public awareness to the damage wood eating insects can cause, including flying termites. We are partnering with the NPMA to educate our customers and community on the … Read more about Termite Awareness Week: Termite Swarmers versus Flying Ants
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Maybe you don't want to know very much about fire ants because they've got a bad reputation for their painful stings, but it's good to know your enemy, right? There are over 280 different species of fire ant Can be extremely aggressive and kill small animals They latch onto each other in … Read more about Fun Facts about Fire Ants
Here in the Southeast, we're closing in on cooler weather and anticipating fall treats and cozy nights! However, pests are searching for a warm place inside, too. If given the chance, they'll make your home their winter hideaway until they can go outdoors again. When the temperature drops, rodents, … Read more about What fall pests am I at risk for when the weather cools?
It’s World Pest Day! Celebrate with us as we recognize how far the pest control industry and its employees have come! Fun Facts The first pesticide applications were made by the Sumerians (the same people who created the first written language and invented the wheel) by using … Read more about World Pest Day
Bed Bugs have long been a pest to humans. The earliest mention of bed bugs dates back to Ancient Egypt, but in the US, they really became a problem during the World Wars. Some of these bugs have adapted to become less susceptible to pesticides, so these insects can be difficult to get rid of. Bed … Read more about Bed Bugs: A Brief History in the USA
As warmer weather comes to the south, ticks are coming out in full force! With our four legged friends running around outside, it's a big possibility they could come back with ticks. Here are some prevention tips that will help keep ticks off of your pets and out of your home. We also talk about … Read more about Protect Your Home and Pets from Ticks
When you see a swarm of bees, the tendency for most of us is to be afraid and call a trustworthy pest control company to come and get rid of them...read on to consider how that may not be the best course of action. What is a Honey Bee swarm? A Honey Bee swarm is several hundreds of bees … Read more about Swarm of Bees Flying – Fight or Flight?
Did you know that spiders are cold-blooded? That means you'll start noticing them more as they come out of hiding to soak up the sun. To prep yourself for this event, take a look at these fun facts! They might teach you something about spiders and you may even grow to like them, or at the very least … Read more about 6 Spider Facts to Prep You for Spring
Skunks. These striped (and sometimes spotted) mammals are infamous for their nauseating spray and can cause homeowners quite the headache if they get into their gardens. During the winter months, wildlife like skunks like to get into homes for shelter. Here is all you need to know about skunks and … Read more about Skunks in the Southeast
The holidays are a great time to gather with friends and family, and it's made all the sweeter with all the baked goods and sugary treats! But pantry pests can sour the moment by ruining your flour, cake mixes and other goods. To keep the holiday baking festivities as happy as possible, follow these … Read more about Protect Your Groceries from Pantry Pests
Even though October marks the onset of Fall, here in the south, it only really starts to get cold at the end of October. The onset of cold weather is when wildlife starts looking for shelter for the winter. They can get into your home through chimneys, cracks in siding and through crawlspaces. Some … Read more about 5 Tips to Safeguard Your Home from Wildlife
If you were under the impression that mosquito season ends with cooler fall weather, you could be mistaken. With unseasonably warm afternoons, mosquitoes can remain active until the temperature dips down to 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Residents in the South are urged to remain cautious and protect … Read more about Mosquito-borne Diseases Initiate Emergency Spraying in SC