Rodent-proofing your home in the fall is essential because rodents, such as mice and rats, often seek shelter indoors as the weather gets colder. Once they gain access to your home, they can cause various problems, including damage to your property, contaminate your food, and potentially spread diseases. Preventing unwanted pests from entering your home […]
Gnats, midges, and no-see-ums are no strangers to South Carolina, North Carolina, or anywhere in the world. At least one species of these insects can be found on every continent, including Antarctica! Whether you call them no-see-ums, biting gnats, or sand gnats, they’re all part of the same suborder of insects. ‘Gnat’ can refer to […]
“Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” You’ve probably heard this rhyme a thousand times before. Of course, no one ever expects to actually have pests in their bed. But these sneaky little critters are actually more common than you think, feeding on both humans and pets. They multiply quickly, and they’re […]
Is there a difference between cockroaches and Palmetto bugs? We are asked this question often, and our experts have your answer!
In celebration of the spookiest holiday of the year, we have compiled a list of the spookiest pest facts that will make your skin crawl.
No one should have to worry about rats or mice crawling throughout their home, but some properties.
There’s a good deal of information about pests going around that simply isn’t true. The more misinformation that exists, the more pest control problems people will continue to have. Nobody wants a home overrun by bugs, rodents, or other undesirable creatures, so we’re busting the 5 biggest pest control myths. Myth 1: If you can’t […]
Insects and arachnids have essential roles to play in the environment, but these creepy crawlies can also harbor and transmit diseases to humans. The majority of insects and ticks that you or your pets come into contact with will not be life threatening – most of the time, these creatures are a nuisance and nothing […]
To the untrained eye the differences between ants and termites are small. However, the impact to your home is quite a big deal.