Did Your New Home Come With Uninvited Guests? 3 Steps Toward Getting A Pest Infestation Under Control

When you first bought your home, you knew that it would take a little work. Looking back, you can even remember seeing a few signs of past pest invasions such as rodent droppings in the corners of the pantry. However, you never dreamed that you would be dealing with an infestation so bad that it required residential pest control services right away. Unfortunately, infestations quickly escalate, but you can get your house's pest issue under control by using these strategies. Read More 

How To Humanely Remove Rabbits From Your Garden

Rabbits are one of the most common residents of your yard and garden, and though they may look cute, they can be a serious pest to your plants and vegetables. Large populations of rabbits can quickly and efficiently chew their way through your lawn, digging up bulbs and plants and leaving behind a trail of general destruction and dead plants. Thankfully, if you have a large rabbit population around your home, there are a number of things that you can do to humanely reduce their population. Read More 

What You Should Do When You Notice Bed Bugs in Your Home

If you have recently discovered that you have bed bugs in your home through careful evaluation of stains on your mattress, bites on your arms and legs, or the visual identification of the bugs around your bedroom, then it is time to seek the assistance of a pest control specialist. Bed bugs are notoriously difficult to get rid of, so it is best to work with someone who is experienced and capable of removing the pests permanently. Read More 

3 Step Guide To Making And Using Homemade Poison Traps To Get Rid Of Mice

If you have discovered you have a couple of mice rummaging through your kitchen cabinets, you may wonder what you can do yourself to get rid of the pests. If so, use the three-step guide below for making a mouse trap with homemade poisoned bait. Step 1:  Find A Trap Receptacle The first step involves making a small receptacle in which to store your bait. You can use anything shallow to make it, such as a metal jar lid or a small box top. Read More 

Can My Home Be Saved After A Termite Infestation?

If you have discovered signs that your home has been infested with termites, it is essential that you hire a termite elimination specialist. The termites can cause significant damage to your home and the cost of repairs will be much greater than the cost of hiring a termite exterminator. But if you do find the termite infestation late, you may be able to repair the damage that results from termites. Read More