Growing up, I lived in a sprawling farmhouse in the country. This beautiful home was constantly filled with the sounds of laughter and the smells of delectable food being prepared in the kitchen. Unfortunately, our home was often invaded by some unwanted guests, ants. Pesky ants would welcome themselves into our living room, kitchen, dining room, bedrooms, and bathrooms. One night, I crawled into my bed only to discover I wasn’t alone. Ants had somehow climbed onto my bed! These destructive ants even ate holes in some of the clothing hanging in my closet. Is your home filled with unwanted, biting ants? On this blog, you will discover the latest methods pest control specialists use to rid homes of pesky ants.
2 October 2015
A few bee stings may be harmless to a human, but they can do all types of harm to a smaller animal like a dog. If a swarm of bees attacks and stings your pet, then the animal's body can swell up, causing breathing issues and leading to a possible death. If you do have a bee problem, there are multiple ways to help protect your dog from the swarm. These preventative measures can go a long way in stopping an attack and keeping your dog out of harm's way.
28 September 2015
Bed bugs are a major pest in America and they are becoming more of a problem with each passing year. They can be found anywhere that people are found, including college dorms. Fortunately, there are many things that students can do to avoid introducing bed bugs to their dorm rooms. Here are three ways to keep your dorm room bed bug-free. Inspect second-hand items Second-hand furniture is an inexpensive way to spruce up your dorm room, but if you're not careful, your frugal finds could introduce bed bugs to your room.