Posts from April 1, 2013 to April 30, 2013
Since it’s still early spring, spiders aren’t officially “out” yet, but they are preparing for the season of renewal, when their babies will be born. Now is the time to prepare for the annual spring invasion of these pests into your homes and the professionals at EnviroPest in Loveland, Fort Collins and Northern Colorado wanted to offer a few tips to prevent spiders entering your home this summer.
Ants are no picnic. Having them inside your home or business can be extremely frustrating, especially when you can’t determine the cause for having these pests inside your property. At EnviroPest, we wanted to offer you a few helpful hints that may explain why these pests have invaded and what you can do to eliminate the conditions that may have attracted these pests in the first place!
In our rush to say so long to the cold Colorado winter and the welcome to spring, it is easy to forget that there are still some concerns in regards to pest infestations that carry over from the colder season. One pest that many homeowners assume are no longer a threat are mice and other rodents. But the truth is, mice in Colorado can be a year round pest and especially during the early part of the spring when it is still chilly out there. It may be getting warmer during the day, but if mice are finding ample food and water while nesting in your home, they are probably going to stay put.
So you’ve determined that you have bed bugs in your home. That’s a bummer. These pests can be very difficult to get rid of, especially with traditional bed bug control methods (chemical spot treatments are typical). But what if we were to tell you that there is a bed bug solution that can completely get rid of bed bugs in your home or business, in just one day, with no use of chemicals? It may seem to be too good to be true, but it’s not; bed bug heat treatments are the way to go when it comes to entirely getting rid of bed bugs in a structure.