According to a survey report released by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), 97% of all pest control cases in 2018, were related to treatment of bedbugs. 68% of the surveyed professional pest exterminators also believed that bedbugs were the most difficult pests to treat. Not only are the numbers of bedbug infestation increasing in the United States, but they are also becoming more and more challenging to control, as stated in the Journal of Economic Entomology. Continue reading
The weather is all cold and comforting these days. You may not be worrying about it at the moment, but as the temperatures begin to rise, you’ll also start to seeing some of the most annoying pests—particularly wasps. Continue reading
Do you hear something sprinting across the roof and then it mysteriously vanishes? It could be an indication that squirrels have taken over your home’s attic. Continue reading
Humans have lived with bed bugs for as long as we’ve been around. No, scratch that; bed bugs have lived on humans for as long as we’ve been around. Continue reading
Insects and bugs play important roles in most ecosystems. They’re an important part of the natural order of things, keeping the food cycle intact. Continue reading
Think you may have just found the perfect home? Is it a good neighborhood for the kids to grow up in? At a reasonable price, too? If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Continue reading
Ohio is no stranger to stinging insects. These pests are not only troublesome, but they can also be hard to eradicate if they multiply. If you’ve been a long-term resident, you’ve probably noticed that some types are more prevalent during certain months than others.
In order for you to prevent these menacing insects from entering your home and workplace, it’s extremely important for you to ensure that you take adequate preventative measures. Stings are all kinds of painful, so protect yourself and your family by educating yourself about these insects.
Here’s your year-round guide to Ohio’s stinging insects:
For millions of Americans, mosquitoes are a year-round problem. Not only do they transmit harmful diseases and make your home unhygienic to live in, but they are also hard to get rid of once they multiply in number.
Winter is in full swing, and while that may mean fewer bees and ants, there are still countless pests from whom winter is extremely busy!
When Christmas arrives, you’re probably going to have family and friends over to celebrate the special occasion, and the last thing you want is a house full of pests when they arrive.
Pests create an unhygienic living environment. Moreover, they are also hard to eradicate once they multiply. Here’s how you can pest-proof your home this winter in a few easy steps: