Hi there, my name is Harvey. Welcome to my site. I am here to talk to you about pest control. There are so many different pests in my area. We have spiders, ants, house centipedes and moths that seem to congregate together at various times of the year. In other parts of the world, there are even more pests waiting to enter the homestead undetected. I would like to share pest control practices everyone can use to keep insects out of their homes. I hope you will visit my site often to learn all you can about pest control. Thanks for visiting.
9 May 2016
If you brought bedbugs home from your last hotel stay, you're going to want to work fast to get rid of them. Once you have bedbugs in your home, they can be tough to get rid of. Here are four steps you should take to get rid of bedbugs and keep them away. 1. Hire an Exterminator Bedbugs are one pest that you don't want to try do-it-yourself treatments for, especially when it comes to eradicating the initial infestation.
7 May 2016
Insects play an important role in our environment, but no one wants ants, spiders, roaches, crickets, or other creepy crawlies to take up residence in his or her home. While you may not be able to prevent a single bug from getting into your home, there are many things that you can do to make your home inhospitable for insects and avoid an infestation. Use the following tips to keep pests out of your house:
4 May 2016
Mosquitoes can cause you to stay indoors more in order to avoid them. They are pesky little critters that bite and are relentless in their attacks. They are also known to bring with them the added risk of an illness known as West Nile Virus. If you aren't careful, mosquitoes can take over your yard and ruin your best efforts to enjoy the nice weather outdoors. Luckily, there are many things that you can do to keep your yard from being overrun with these nasty invaders.
3 May 2016
More than 4,000 species of native bees make the United States their home, and you may encounter a number of these creatures in your backyard. One particularly distressing bee is the sweat bee, a bee that is attracted to human sweat. Here are four things you need to know about sweat bees. What do sweat bees look like? Sweat bees are a large family of bees with similar characteristics, and their appearance can vary between individual species.
3 May 2016
Imagine reaching for your favorite cereal in the morning. As you open the box, you scream. A pantry moth has just flown out! It's not a pretty picture, is it? Pantry moths are pesky and annoying invaders. Once an infestation starts, it is important to take the right measures to end the infestation and prevent it from happening in the future. Prevention is Key Pantry moths are attracted to foods like grains, cereal, dried fruits, pet food, seeds, and nuts.