As cool evenings and crisp mornings start to set in, rodents are looking for safe places to hide out for the winter. While these household pests may come in small packages, they can cause major damage in your home.
Did you know spider activity is the highest in October and November? With the holidays right around the corner and lots of decorations coming out of boxes, spiders are more common than ever.
If your family and pets love spending time in the yard, it’s important to keep an eye out for outdoor pests like fleas and ticks.
Here in Florida, summer means hot weather, lots of rain and unfortunately for homeowners, lots of drywood termites.
It’s hard to beat the summers here in Florida. The warm weather and bright sun make it the perfect time of year for spending quality time with family and friends out in the yard.
Who doesn’t love summer? Warm weather, longer days, more time spent outside -- what’s not to love? The answer to that is unfortunately mosquitoes.
Termites are small, easy to miss insects--but that doesn’t mean they’re not dangerous. Termites can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage in a short amount of time, while most homeowners don’t even know they have an infestation.
We all know what makes up the food pyramid-- a base of starches, a healthy serving of fruits and vegetables, all complemented with the right dairy and proteins.
Do you ever wonder how pests make their way into your home? You think you’d see them if they came in with you, but the truth is they can come through even the smallest of cracks and crevices--and places you wouldn’t even think.