Keeping Spiders Out of Your Home

What To Do If You Discover Bed Bugs In Your Home

Dealing with bedbugs can be an awful thing, especially because they tend to bite and leave little marks all over you while you sleep. Therefore, the moment you realize that you have a bedbug problem on your hands is the moment that you want to spring into action in order to get rid of them quickly. There is not a one step solution to this problem, so you will want to take some time to read through the following tips.   Read More...

Fire Ant Infestations: Dealing With Them in the House

When you think of fire ants, you probably think of the large mounds outside in the sand. While fire ants are known for this, what most people don't realize is that they can also infest houses. If you've been seeing ants inside that resemble fire ants, that may be what you have. Here's a look at what you need to know about fire ant infestations in your home. When Are Fire Ants Likely to Come Inside?   Read More...

6 Ways To Keep Pests Out Of The Office

Whether you are dealing with flies or ants, pests in the office can definitely distract you from your duties. When you are trying to send an email or finish up a report, all you can think about is that creepy crawler on your desk. The good news is that you can keep these critters away. Here are six effective ways to keep pests out of the office: Keep an Eye on Indoor Plants   Read More...

Got Swarms Of Bees In Your Yard? Make Sure It Is Not The Africanized Bees

Not all bees are harmful and they are great for the environment. In fact, we could not live without them. Still, there are some bees that are harmful to you and that is the Africanized bees. If you have a lot of bees in your yard, you need to make sure this is not the type of bees you have. Below is some information this type of bee, as well as how it is removed.   Read More...

Natural Ways To Keep Mosquitoes Away From Your Property

If you would like to try to keep as many mosquitoes away from your property as possible, you will want to make use of the following tips. Remove All Standing Water Mosquitoes love standing water so you will want to make it a point to eliminate as much of it around your house as possible. This includes dog water bowls, bird baths, puddles of water on tarps or garbage bags, and clogged gutters that are holding rain water in them.   Read More...