What happens on Spring Break stays on Spring Break—unless some bed bugs find their way into a traveler’s suitcase. As Spring Breakers get excited for their trips, Gregory Pest Solutions reminds travelers to take precautions against bringing bed bugs back home with them. “Bed bugs can lurk in the … Read more about Gregory Reminds Spring Breakers to be Aware of Bed Bugs
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
9 Steps for A Cleaner and Healthier Kitchen Rodents, insects and other pests come into your home looking for three things: food, water and shelter. Your kitchen can be a hub for anyone of these, not to mention a haven for bacteria. Dirty dishes, food scraps, cluttered countertops and unorganized … Read more about How to Clean Your Kitchen and Keep Kitchen Pests Out
Utilizing bait formulations for a variety of pests may be the best answer. Although sometimes used interchangeably, there is a difference between “bait” and “lure” depending on the application. The use of pheromones for stored product pests, and specific host compounds to attract bed bugs would be … Read more about How to Control Roaches and Ants?
Do you enjoy time outside on sunny spring days but have to cut it short due to fun-suckers like mosquitoes? In the south, mosquitoes typically make their first appearances of the year around March. Unfortunately, they tend to stick around so long as the weather stays warm…which could be a very long … Read more about How to Keep Mosquitoes Away This Spring
Pantry pests are horrifying. They get in your food and make you worry even more for your family’s health. The National Pest Management Association lists beetles, pillbugs, weevils, and Indian meal moths as common types of pantry pests. For your peace of mind, we’ve compiled these tips that will help … Read more about How to Keep Pantry Pests Out of Your Home
Bed bugs are one of the most common and most feared pests in America. And with good reason. Once you have an infestation on your hands (and feet and everywhere else) it can be extremely difficult to get rid of them. That’s where a pest control expert comes in. But how do you know if you have bed … Read more about How to Know If You Have Bed Bugs
Tailgate season is finally here, but in the south, it still feels like summer. This means all the summer pests are still milling around. Some of them, like wasps, can be aggressive while others, like mosquitoes, can just be pesky! Here are some tips to keep the most common pets away from your … Read more about How to Make Pests Bug Out of Your Tailgate
Termites in South Carolina are some of the most destructive pests in the Southern United States. They burrow into the wood of homes and businesses, often unnoticed. Different types of termites behave in different ways, but all are capable of wreaking damage to your property. To help you identify … Read more about Identify Three Types of Termites in South Carolina
With the welcome arrival of spring comes some universally unpopular side effects: asthma and allergy symptoms. Every year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) designates May as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, coinciding with the peak season for allergy-related … Read more about Indoor Allergy Prevention Tips
Maintaining a pest-free kitchen is crucial for homeowners and business operators alike. Kitchen insects and rodents not only disrupt meal preparation but can also have significant health and financial implications. This guide serves to educate both residential and commercial audiences about common … Read more about Kitchen Pests: Identification, Signs of Infestation, and Cleanup Strategies
Lyme disease is contracted when a human or pet is bitten by an infected blacklegged tick. This disease can cause serious side effects which the Center for Disease Control lists as the following: fever headache fatigue skin rash known as "erythema migrans" The CDC also said if the … Read more about Lyme Disease
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.
US Homeowners Need to be Aware. As new cases of Zika continue to pop up across the United States, it’s more essential than ever to take proper precautions to avoid contact with biting mosquito populations. Mosquitoes are vector pests and can transmit other harmful diseases such as West Nile virus … Read more about Mosquito Prevention and the Zika Virus