With 2019 well underway, you’ve been busy making (and possibly keeping) resolutions for a happier, healthier new year. As you do this though, don’t neglect the place where the resolution planning happens– your home. Read on to learn where creepy crawlies are sneaking in this season and how you could have a pest-free new year.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and between gingerbread houses and Santa’s milk and cookies, homes across the world are filling with family, friends and sugary smells of sweet treats in the oven. If you’re not careful though; pantry pests will join you for dessert faster than your hot chocolate can cool down. Learn how to keep them away by following our tips and tricks.
Happy Holidays! As you perfect your pumpkin pie recipe and finish tidying the house in preparation for hosting, remember that your friends and family aren’t the only ones who’d enjoy spending the holiday season with you– rodents would too! Be on the lookout for these signs that uninvited dinner guests may already have crashed your party.
Who needs to visit a haunted house when you have real-life creepy crawlies lurking in the shadows of your home? Unlike ghost and goblin decor though; rats, bats and bugs are looking for a safe-haven from the upcoming seasons and will happily hang around long after October 31 has been marked off your calendar. So homeowners, take our advice, and follow these tips to stop pests from causing unwanted scares.
Ants are amazing creatures. Instead of lungs, they breathe through microscopic holes all over their bodies, and as survivors of both the extinction that killed the dinosaurs and the Ice Age; they’re living proof that “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” Unfortunately, this strength combined with Arkansas’s climate, creates the perfect storm for ants to invade your home, where they can pose several health risks to humans pets alike. Yes, it is indeed a bug’s life, but there are a few simple things you can do to make it more difficult for them to get indoors.
Yes, it is indeed a bug’s life, but there are a few simple things you can do to make it more difficult for ants to get indoors. Read on.
Whether they were caught red-handed or you only know they’re there because of the damage caused to your plants, we have an entomological crime on our hands. We’ve rounded up the usual garden-gutters, but can you solve the case as to which one’s responsible for your flower bed’s failure?
For many of us, pest control treatment means the assurance that our families, including those four-legged family members, are kept safe and healthy. But what can you do to make sure that the bug-killing chemicals applied to your yard sends pests packing– and not pets? You follow these simple steps.
Nothing says “summer” quite like a sunny afternoon, a hot grill and a backyard BBQ with close friends. Those ants, flies and mosquitoes though? They weren’t invited. Follow our top 5 pieces of advice to keep them away, so you can enjoy your burger with a side of fries– not flies.
Last month we talked about things that we wished homeowners knew about pest control… but what about the step that comes before homeownership? That’s right, house hunters, we have the red flags that you need to be on the lookout for when shopping for your potential home. And just to be certain, we’ve ranked them on a sliding scale from 1 (cause for concern) to 5 (call us immediately). After all, creepy, crawly past residents aren’t the kind of house warming presents you’d like to receive.
We don’t mean to scare you (actually we do), but your family isn’t the only one living in your home. That’s right, folks. Whether you see them or not, your home is a target to creepy, crawly, cringe-inducing critters. If they aren’t paying rent, it’s time to send them packing. To find out how, take a look at the five things that every homeowner should know about pest control.