With the approach of the colder weather, most of us are starting to think about those cozy fires, hot cocoa and a warm blanket. Fall is an absolutely beautiful time of the year and a favorite of many, but the cooler temperatures also drive in insects and rodents looking for shelter.
Are you dealing with the frustrations of summer pest infestations? If you're finding ants, wasps, mosquitoes or any other critters taking over your property, this one's for you!
Wildlife around your home should always be kept wild. There are several different types of wildlife that can be a nuisance to you and your family. With the summer season here and an abundant supply of food around the neighborhood, wildlife will begin to turn up more often.
Are you planning a nice summer cookout in your backyard? Don’t let any unwanted pests crash your summer cookout!
Have you ever wondered why miller moths are attracted to lights? The army cutworm moth and other nocturnal flying insects depend upon natural celestial lighting to orient their flights and know their way. Often times, artificial lighting will attract the miller moth and cause confusion as they fly in a spiral pattern toward the light source.
With summer weather finally returning to the area, it is likely that you are already beginning to see mosquitoes on your property and while you're spending time outside. Not only are mosquitoes one of the most annoying summer insects, they can actually pose a few threats.