Palmetto bugs, roaches, the creepy-crawlies of the night – whatever you call them, it doesn’t change the fact that cockroaches are pests that can create serious issues for humans. But how do you get them and what makes having them around such a problem?
Perhaps this isn’t something that you’d like to think about often, but did you know that there are more than 4,500 species of cockroaches? Out of that large number, only thirty (30) species make their homes alongside (or in) ours, and even fewer are found in the Carolinas.
Some people choose to have rodents as pets. While having these intentional furry residents is all well and good, Palmetto Exterminators is committed to getting uninvited rodents out of your home.
Your walls and floors look pretty solid and sturdy to the naked eye. So why bother getting an annual termite inspection? Unlike with mosquitoes or gnats, homeowners do not often find swarms of termites until a termite infestation is full fledged; termites are quiet, keep to themselves, and you might never recognize their presence until you accidentally step through your own floor.
With fall right around the corner, many people think pest control season is behind them. Unfortunately, as temperatures cool, bugs and rodents are often more determined than ever to locate hidden nooks and crannies to get inside your home. Thus, as fall begins to approach, there are several key preparations to make for proper fall pest control. Check out some of our top tips
We’ve all been there: Guests are in town. Your home has been cleaned to perfection. Every bathroom smells of lemon and every sink is sparkling. As the group settles in, you find yourself in a sheer state of panic as you spot movement: ants. So what should you be doing to protect against this scenario?
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It is imperative to keep termites away from your most expensive investment – your home. To help, Palmetto Exterminators offers termite protection and an annual inspection. According to the National Pest Management Association, termites cause approximately $5 billion in property damage annually and more than 52% of Americans have never had their home inspected. Unfortunately, […]
Formosan Termite swarm season is quickly approaching in the Lowcountry.
Pest control is a never-ending battle. Spiders, carpenter ants, fire ants, roaches, rats, mice, silverfish, wasps, millipedes, centipedes, earwigs, pillbugs and sowbugs can reappear in your home after a single treatment.