If you are unsure of where to begin with your at-home strategy for added pest control and prevention, here are some do’s and don’ts from the pest control experts.
While the Asian Giant Hornet (aka ‘murder hornet’) has been sensationalized due to its potentially lethal nature, pausing to learn the facts about this insect will help clear up anxiety and confusion about the invasive species.
A multifaceted pest control strategy and regular pest inspections are the best ways to prevent painful bites and stings from common Southeastern pests. Read on for our guide on how to properly identify and treat bites and stings should you need to!
Wasps tend to nest in residential areas that could leave you or your loved ones susceptible to painful stings. To prevent any injuries, we have put together a few tips to keep wasps from nesting in or near your home.
Termites are known to be nuisances year-round and can severely jeopardize the structure of your home.
As the weather gets nicer and spring pests emerge in droves, now is the perfect time to brush up on your integrated pest management (IPM) knowledge. IPM is the approach that the Palmetto Exterminators team takes to our pest control measures, and it’s the one that many pest professionals agree is best.
Most flea infestations start with your family pets. Cats and dogs are especially vulnerable to fleas during flea season in the warmer months. Addressing a flea problem in your home begins with making an impact at the source. Thoroughly check your pets for fleas after time outdoors and consider applying safe flea treatments.
Termites can be some of the most damaging pests to your home. Without regular inspections, a termite infestation can go unchecked for years, resulting in long-term & expensive repairs. It may be beneficial for you to educate yourself on termite identification & pest management so that the next flying ant won’t send you into a frenzy.
Many businesses in communities around the world have been forced to close their doors to help flatten the COVID-19 curve, leaving many workers to operate from the safety of their homes. As you and your loved ones spend more time at home in these unprecedented conditions, protecting your family and home from unwanted pests is more important than ever.
As residents of the Carolinas, most of us are familiar with the heat, moisture, and humidity that comes along with the territory. These conditions also make our region ideal for many natural critters, including snakes, as they need moisture to survive.