Handling Snake Infestations In And Around Your Home

A stray snake wandering into your home can be dealt with easily by contacting a pest control expert or animal control. An infestation of snakes, on the other hand, may require some additional work on your part. Here are a few things you can do if you suspect you have a snake problem. Keep Your Lawn Neatly Trimmed Snakes may nest in your home, but they will venture out to obtain food. [Read More]

Found Mouse Droppings In Your Home? Clean It Up With These Tips

If you find small brown pellets that resemble grains of rice on your home, you probably have a mouse problem. Although mice are sneaky pests, they can give themselves away by leaving behind piles of feces and trails of smelly urine. Mice droppings contain parasites and other dangerous pathogens, so it's essential that clean your home now. In addition to working with a rodent pest control service, here's why you should clean your home thoroughly and how. [Read More]

Two Signs That You May Have Bed Bugs In Your Home

Unlike other crazy critters that you may see around your home, bed bugs are the kinds of insects that can easily go unnoticed. These pesky insects burrow down into the fibers of your mattress and can seem nearly invisible to the naked eye. However, although you might not actually see the bed bugs themselves, they nearly always leave behind a few markers of their presence. You could be dealing with the aftermath that they leave without even knowing it. [Read More]

A Few Ways To Kill Bed Bugs

There is nothing like finding out that you have bed bugs. It can often be very tough to know that you have a problem, but if you continually have bug bites that are red and itchy, but are not outside often, then you most likely have bed bugs. You may also notice that the bites are in a line, or follow the outline of your underwear. Getting rid of the bed bug problem is very important because the bed bugs can actually move to other areas of your home. [Read More]