Finding Better Ways to Pest-Proof Your Home

How To Deal With Pests Before, During, And After Moving

Moving is a hectic time for most people. The only thing that can make the moving process worse is to find yourself moving in with pests. With careful planning and execution of your move, you can identify problems before you move or at least when it is easier to tackle the problem. Consider Your Timing If you have more flexibility when you start looking for another residence or when you will move, consider waiting until the weather becomes colder.   Read More...

What To Do When You Find Rats In Your Home

Have you found an oversized rodent dropping hiding in one of your cabinets? Maybe you noticed it in the dust that you've just swept out of your basement. Either way, that one dropping is your first warning sign that you have unwanted guests moving in – you have rats. What do you do now? Look for Further Evidence Return to the area where you found the dropping. Begin looking all over for any holes, signs of chewing, more droppings or trails of damaged building materials lying about.   Read More...

Win The Battle Of The Termites

You want to make sure you know what types of things draw termites to your property and your home, so you know what things you should be avoiding. By taking the proper steps to make your property unattractive to termites, you can end up saving your home and any other buildings on the property from their horrible destruction. Here are some of the things you should be doing with termite prevention in mind.   Read More...

Keeping The Bugs And Other Pests Out Of Your Home

No one really wants to have bugs in their home and in some parts of the country, it is hard to keep them on the outside of your home. The good news is, there are things that can be done to force them out and keep them out once they are gone. If you have a problem with an insect, bug, or rodent making its way inside your home, the first step is to call a professional to come and take a look at the problem for you.   Read More...

Keeping Mice Away From Your Garden Shed

If you have a shed on your property that you utilize to hold your gardening tools and landscaping items, you will want to take steps in keeping this enclosure free of mice. If mice get into your shed, they can gnaw through bagged materials and leave droppings amount your gardening supplies. Since mice carry bacteria, this puts you at risk for health problems if you are exposed to germs left behind.   Read More...