Our Pest Control Blog
You’ve got questions about pest control, we’ve got answers! Our blog is the place to learn more about specific pests, industry innovations, and more.
Bees infest our lawns and homes in the summertime when the weather is warm. If you have anyone in your household with bee allergies, bee infestations can be unnerving and intimidating. What many people don’t realize is where bees come from and the life cycle of bees.
Finding ants in your home is never good, whether it’s a few lone pests running around, or a line of ants running across the kitchen floor and outside. Finding those insects in your home automatically makes you wonder where they are getting in. When it comes to an invader as tiny and relentless as the ant, you may be surprised at just how easy it is for them to get in. Here’s where those critters might be infesting your home.
Everyone knows that when pests invade the bedroom, it can quickly turn into an emergency. After all, your bedroom is the place that you go to unwind and relax after a hard day of work. If that peace is disrupted by uninvited guests, it can be pretty disturbing.
Everyone in Western North Carolina has seen their fair share of spiders and in the last place they want to see them: their home. Whether you’re in Buncombe, Henderson, Madison, Haywood or Transylvania County, these pests see your home as an opportunity to set up shop.
If you have underground bees swarming around your home, it can be disconcerting. It may also be an indication that your lawn is unhealthy and that the bees are looking to move to a new home.
More times than not, someone will spot a single cockroach in their home and ignore it.
However, that may not be the right move.
We aren’t saying that every pest deserves individual attention, but you should acknowledge those cockroaches or whatever else to make sure they aren’t masses of them hiding somewhere else!
It sucks to have an unwelcome visitor inside your home. Especially when the unwelcome visitor happens to be a pest that’s made itself at home inside your attic. Luckily, there are three effective ways to keep pests out of your attic.
Pests are annoying creatures that can devastate our homes and yards; however, sometimes the chemicals we use to eliminate pests can do more damage than the pests themselves. Artificial chemicals manufactured with environmentally unsafe materials can harm pets and other animals, the soil, and even the water, especially if you live on sloped land. There is an alternative, though. Organic pest control methods are not only environmentally safe, but just as effective as other forms of pest control, if not more. Here are some of the benefits of using organic pest control methods for your house.
Let’s carry out the math. A mature termite queen survives for 20-25 yrs. Upon her death, she’ll have laid approximately 1.5 million eggs. Scary right?
Residents of North Carolina will agree that it is one absolutely beautiful place with its mountain ranges and magnificent valleys. But, you also need to be aware of the pests that are in the area.