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 […]
As the temperature cools and we move our activities indoors, bothersome pests try to do the same. The end of summer is the best time to safeguard your home against fall pests, such as ladybugs, cluster flies, stink bugs, boxelder bugs, silverfish, spiders, centipedes, and rodents. Keep reading for some tips you, the homeowner, can […]
Let’s take a closer look at some factors that play into the difficulty of keeping these pesky critters at bay in our area.
Let’s explore how changing weather patterns impact mosquito populations and the importance of professional pest control in mitigating the risks associated with these irritating pests.
While some may find these tiny creatures cute or harmless, the reality is that rodent infestations can pose significant health and structural risks.
Just like dealing with unwanted house guests, addressing a termite infestation requires proactive measures and effective strategies.
The most common go-to solution on the market tends to be chemical-based bug repellents but there’s growing interest in natural repellents that will effectively keep these bugs at bay.
Doing your best to prevent this insect from coming near you and your family could save you from harm. Here are some of the most effective ways to keep mosquitoes away from your home.
By exploring and implementing these environmentally conscious approaches, we can effectively manage pest problems while minimizing our ecological footprint.