Eliminating Tiny Black Ants From Your Home

The Fire Ant Fight: Tips For Tackling The Mound

If you've recently relocated to the southern region of the United States, you may be encountering many different pests that you've never seen before. A large percentage of the insects and pests in this region are highly active during the end of the summer, so you'll be likely to see a lot of them. One such pest is the fire ant. If you're not familiar with these critters, you are likely to confuse them with a traditional ant. Read More 

Pest Problems Around Your Restaurant Dumpster? Bust The Problem With These Simple Rules

If there is one simple rule of judgement when it comes to pests, it is to keep food out of their reach and they will likely stay away. Unfortunately, if you are in the restaurant business, food comes along with the territory and will most definitely be in your trash dumpster. Even though you may not be able to keep the food supply out of the situation, what you can do is make it less attractive for pests. Read More 

4 Ways To Control The Ants In Your Home

Ants in your home can be a major problem that eventually become an annoyance that is difficult to deal with. Ants can be attracted to your home for a number of reasons, which ensures that they will keep coming back. This is especially true if you live in an environment that attracts ants, such as near a river or lake. Here are four ways to control the ant problem in your home: Read More 

Avoiding An Insect Invasion Due To Firewood Usage

When cool weather arrives, many homeowners use a wood stove or fireplace to aid in the warming of their home. But with the usage of firewood comes the risk of an insect infestation. Here are some tips you can use when using firewood in an attempt to keep harbored insects from becoming a nuisance to your property. Avoid Getting Firewood From Outside Areas It is best to obtain wood from an area in your current locale. Read More 

Looking For A New Home? 3 Signs Of Termite Infestation You Should Watch Out For

If you're in the market for a new home, you want to pay close attention to hidden dangers. One particular hidden danger you should look out for is termite infestation. If a home you're looking at has termites, you should walk away. The pests could have already caused considerable structural damage to the home. While a pre-purchase inspection will identify termite problems, by that time you might have already fallen in love with the home. Read More