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Unsuspected Pests

Although this bug is not considered threatening due to the lack of ability to bite or sting it can still be a pest to get rid of if you find them in your home. The Stink Bug is known for entering the home in the cooling fall months to find a suitable place to spend the winter months. Stink Bugs, like ants and termites, enter the home in large numbers. Making it difficult to get rid of them once they have found their way inside your home. Although they pose no health risk, these stink bugs can become an odoriferous nuisance.

Fleas

It is a common misconception that if you do not have any pets in your home that you cannot have a flea infestation. This unfortunately causes individuals to overlook fleas as being the pest in which they have inside their home. Fleas can find their way into your home via other pests that invade your home, i.e. mice. There are also the cases where you pick up a flea while staying in someone else’s home that clings to your belongings and makes your home its new home.

Snakes

Whenever you spot a snake it puts an instant fear in people. Because fear can cause you to react abruptly it is important to know what type of snake it is you are encountering. It is vital to know if you are dealing with a venomous snake or not to ensure your safety. Keeping your distance from venomous snakes is always the best way to avoid getting bit. Within Ohio, there are 3 common venomous snakes.

5 Pest Myths BUSTED

Myth: the idea is commonly known that if you pour scolding hot water on an ant hill, it will kill all the ants.

Beehive removal 101

Although late summer early fall is not the peak season for bees it is important to be aware if you have a possible hive around your home because this is the time bees are looking for a warm location and enough food supply to survive the winter months. That warm location could very well be your home. However, before taking any action against a beehive, there are a few factors that need to be determined.

Hornets Nests

What does it look like? A Hornet's nest is brown in color and is made from a paper-like material. The Hornets stack layer upon layer and can become as big as a basketball. They will have at least one hole in the bottom of them.

Hiring Pest Control Vs DIY

9/11/2017
Hiring a Pest Control Company vs DIY As years have passed doing things yourself (DIY) has become more popular and more common than hiring specific tasks to be done. Although in numerous cases this is a logical choice, i.e. painting rooms inside your home, landscaping or refinishing furniture, there are certain things that hiring a professional for are necessary.

Home Remedies For Insect Stings or Bites

Knowing what to do when you or someone around you get stung or bitten by an insect can make all the difference in being able to relieve the pain with home remedies.

Gnats: A Really Pesky Problem

Gnats is a simple term that describes numerous types of small, non-biting, flying insects. These include:

Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are oval, flat, reddish-brown insects. These insects only eat one thing, blood. One of the facts that makes them so hard to get rid of is they can live a year without a meal. They are known to be active during the night.

Cockroach Season is Back

This month you may notice that you have a cockroach problem, this is just the beginning of your problem.

Will spiders ever rule the world?

8/8/2017
With modern pest control, the hopes are high that the answer is no. However, scientists believe that at any given time there are 19 quadrillion spiders in the world, compared to 7.5 billion people.