Spring is here and so are pests! With the promise of warmer weather, lots of pests are coming out of their winter homes in search of a place to make a new nest. Gregory Pest Solutions wants to make sure the place they choose for their new home isn't in your home. Read more to find out what makes … Read more about What Makes Your Home Attractive to Pests?
Pest control companies throughout the world utilize an approach called “Integrated Pest Management” (IPM). This strategy employs the use of different techniques to control pests in a way that is safest for the environment and your home. It used to be the case that pest control companies would lay … Read more about How Gregory Does IPM
National Pest Management Month This April, we are partnering with the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the rest of the pest management industry to celebrate National Pest Management Month! This month is dedicated to the industry’s commitment to protecting homes and businesses from … Read more about Gregory Pest Solutions Participates in National Pest Management Month
Not all bees are bad bees, and honey bees are essential to pollination! The bugs that spread pollen from one part of the plant to the other are known as "pollinators." Pollinators can include bugs, animals and even the wind! Most people think of honey bees, and we've partnered with the National Pest … Read more about Why should the pest industry care about pollinators?
What's a Bug Barometer? Twice a year, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) issues the Bug Barometer™. The Bug Barometer helps pest professionals and their clients prepare for the oncoming seasons and know what kind of pests to look out for. The latest Bug Barometer predicted a quick … Read more about 3 Pests Predicted by NPMA’s Bug Barometer™ in Southeast
The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) sponsors several pest events throughout the year to bring more awareness to certain pests. On March 11-17, the NPMA is hosting Termite Awareness Week with the intention to promote public awareness of termites. In honor of Termite Awareness Week and in … Read more about Three Types of Termites Found in South Carolina
Warm weather is almost here! This means bonfires, budding plants and spring cleaning. A lot of us have a routine for spring cleaning: vacuum, mop, wipe the windows, etc. But here's a list of spring cleaning tips you might forget about. Declutter The key to decluttering is to get rid of extra … Read more about 4 Smarter Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Home
Spring is nearly here in the Upstate which means spring cleaning is rearing it's organized head once again. We've compiled a list of yard clean up from ThisOldHouse.com you'll want to get started on before the warm weather really hits. Our lawn care experts also shared some tips of their own to help … Read more about 6 Tips to Get Your Upstate Yard Ready for Spring
Moles. They're small, furry, and make for adorable sidekicks in cartoons. But in real life, they can cause a lot of damage to your lawn and their molehills can cause injury to livestock. Biology and Tunnels Moles are small, furry, solitary wildlife that range from 4.4 – 7 inches in length, not … Read more about Moles, they’re everywhere! But you don’t need a dermatologist.
Spring is just around the corner! With the cold weather moving out, all of us will want to get outside and enjoy the sun. There are a lot of ways to enjoy your lawn, but here are four other ways to keep the kids busy while soaking up the vitamin D! If you decide to play any of these games, post a … Read more about 4 DIY Outdoor Games to Enjoy This Spring
Opossums, commonly known as possums, are a mammal you don’t want to get too close to. They can carry a myriad of diseases and host other pests such as fleas and ticks. They can also cause considerable damage to your home. They can weasel their way in by chewing and clawing through siding or … Read more about Oh Man, I Have an Opossum!
Roach Behavior and the Problems it can Cause Cockroaches do not like sunshine. They prefer dark, moist hiding places like under the fridge or in cabinets. Their ideal crevice to crawl around in is a space where they can rest their back and their legs which is approximately 3/16 of an inch wide. This … Read more about Things to Know About Cockroaches
Diamonds: precious gems that shine, glitter and....rattle? We're not talking about an engagement ring here. We're talking about the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake! According to National Geographic, these snakes are the largest venomous snakes in North America and can be found throughout North … Read more about Some Diamonds are NOT a Girl’s Best Friend
What is fumigation and why is it necessary? Fumigation occurs when fumigant is released into a sealed structure. We seal the structure using tents that keep the fumigant in a contained area, and after the fumigation is complete, we fully ventilate the area. Fumigation is necessary when there are … Read more about Fumigation: You’ve Heard of it, but What Is It?