You guard your house diligently. You keep your defenses up at all times!
Still, when you sleep at night, there comes a sharp squeaky sound from the basement.
You sit up straight in bed! Continue reading
Congratulations! You’ve finally bought your own house!
Now you’re planning to host a housewarming party and you’re going to invite all of your close family and friends. There’s going to be music, games, drinks and food; it’s going to be the perfect start to the new phase of your life! Continue reading
Pests in the office can be a huge discomfort for most people and rightfully so—they hinder productivity and are a general disturbance during work. Leaving the problem untreated can lead to more serious problems like health issues among the workforce. If you’ve been facing a pest problem at your office, here are a few things you can do: Continue reading
While most of us mainly consider pests to be bugs of different types, several plants and fungi can also be categorized as pests. Pests can infest your home and workplace and become a nuance for routine life. In worst case scenarios, these pests can transmit diseases and pose a threat to the health of your family. Continue reading
Have you ever seen a bug in your home that you weren’t sure if it was a bed bug or not? If you have, then you’re not alone.
Identifying a bed bug can be difficult, especially because of the many doppelgangers out there that look so alike. But if you want to keep your bed free from bed bugs and your house safe from pests, knowing which bugs are getting comfortable in your home can be important. Continue reading
Flies take away your peace of mind in unimaginable ways.
According to the World Health Organization, the presence of a fly has a negative psychological impact on humans. Continue reading
It’s 3 AM. Your eyelids are drooping as sleep tries to takeover. You’ve got an assignment due at 6 AM and more than half of it is left. You’re on the verge of crying your eyes out. In the midst of all this panic, the last thing you’d want is a fly buzzing in and out of your ear. You try and hit it with your notebook and thankfully, the nuisance goes away for a few seconds. And it comes back. The cycle repeats itself throughout the night. Continue reading
Humans need timely food, shelter, warmth, and protection from harsh weather conditions in order to survive. That’s why we build the most comfortable houses for ourselves where there’s food on the table and our children can grow. Continue reading