Eliminating silverfish once they are inside your home is a tough task. Arm yourself with knowledge and the following tips to fight these prehistoric-looking pests and keep them out for good. Find out more now!
Small creatures invade our homes this season to overwinter during cooler weather. With proper fall pest prevention you won’t have to worry about these creepy crawly intruders. Follow these tips to pest-proof your home.
Tick-borne diseases may be as close as your backyard. These pests hide in tall grasses and overgrown shrubs to find a host on which to feed. Here’s how to prevent tick bites and keep your family and furry friends safe this summer.
Warmer weather sets the stage for all kinds of fun activities. If biting bugs are not part of the plan, check out these prevention tips to stop mosquitoes from messing up your summer.
When you look at your yard, do you see brown patches of grass that seem to grow before your eyes? You may have a chinch bug infestation. Here’s how to stop these pests from sucking the life out of your lawn.
Detecting sod webworm damage confuses many because it’s often mistaken for other forms of damage. Dog urine, drought, or other pests cause the same sickly symptoms in grass. Find out what’s ailing your lawn now.
Moles and voles are small pests that mess up your yard. Their names sound similar, but the damage they do is different. Control methods for each one differs too, so it’s important to distinguish between mole damage and vole damage. Here’s how.
Small ants can mean big problems for homeowners. Carpenter ant damage often goes unnoticed for years, eventually rendering a wood structure unsafe. Find out the signs of an infestation before it’s too late.
Read on for a tale of two look-alike bugs: one is beneficial and the other one is an invasive pest. Here’s why it’s important to know the difference between bad ladybugs and their luckier relatives.
You may have grubs in your lawn and not know it. These greedy grass-eating pests go virtually unnoticed underground until it’s too late. Here’s why you need to worry about grub worms.