2015

How To Eradicate Bed Bugs From Your Family's Home

If one of your kids brought bed bugs home from a sleepover at a friend's house, then you need to act quickly to kill the bed bugs and their eggs before they have a chance to spread throughout your house. Bed bugs are resilient to most commercial pest control agents and eradicating them requires a very serious physical effort. While it is not fun, this task needs to be completed immediately or it will become infinitely harder to control the infestation in your home.

4 Ways to Keep Pests at Bay

If you have a problem with rodents in your home, then hiring a pest control company is a must to ensure that the problem is eliminated. However, the pest control company won't be able to get rid of the problem completely unless you are able to do your part as a homeowner. Here are four ways to help keep pests at bay: Repair Holes: Any holes that are found along the baseboards in your home should be repaired and sealed.

3 Disturbing Facts About Cockroaches You Should Know But Probably Don't

As a homeowner, there will always be those simple pests that you can handle on your own, but there are always going to be a few that you would rather just leave to professionals at a pest control company. Cockroaches, with the tendency to populate faster than you can keep up or chase down with a shoe, will likely be one pest that you would rather not have to contend with on your own.

4 Types Of Bees In Your Yard and How to Get Rid of Them

While there are hundreds of varieties of bees, there are four that you will see most often in your yard. For the most part, bees don't pose a real threat. The majority of bees leave humans and pets alone unless they are provoked. However, you might still want them out of your yard. Here are some common bees you might find in your yard and ways to prevent them. Honey Bees

5 Things Homeowners Need To Know About Carpenter Bees

There are many types of bees that homeowners need to worry about. While some of them only ruin picnics and other outdoor gatherings, others can ruin your house. Here's what you need to know about a bee that falls into the latter category, the carpenter bee. What do they look like? Carpenter bees look very similar to bumblebees. They have the same fat, furry bodies, but the difference is that carpenter bees often don't have yellow stripes.