Posts from January 1, 2016 to January 31, 2016
If you were to do a search on the internet for "cute mouse," the images that come up are enough to make the staunchest of people have a cuteness meltdown. A teeny, tiny, fuzzy little pink-nosed critter holding a minuscule teddy bear; a soft grey, mini-mouse sitting on an itty-bitty swing; two little mouse guys playing the world's smallest horns - The list goes on and on. There is simply too much cuteness when it comes to mice. The question is: How can something so darned cute ever be a problem to have in the house?
Every fall, box elder bugs come to congregate on the sunny side of your home, and all winter long, you're sucking them up with a vacuum cleaner. Does this sound like your life? Do you have these black and orange bugs crawling in your drapes, standing on your television, landing in your hair, and clumping up on your windows? Perhaps it's worse. Perhaps you've actually taken the time to research how to kill these bugs and you've spent hours spraying your exterior walls with soapy water or something toxic, yet you're still finding bugs inside. Box elder bugs can be maddening. Let's take a look at the problem and see if we can figure out a real solution.
Unless you haven't seen the news lately, you probably already know that bed bugs are a big problem all over the country, and you need to protect yourself and your home against them. However, do you really know what the signs of bed bugs in your home are? Well, if you don’t, that’s okay; EnviroPest is here to help! We want to get down to the nitty gritty of what the actual signs of bed bugs are so you can be familiar with them. Bed bugs are very skilled at hiding in your home undetected; being able to detect them sooner rather than later will allow you to seek help for an infestation as quickly as possible!
If you are like many Americans, you enjoy welcoming in the New Year with food and celebration, traditions and family. And, you probably have put some thought into how 2016 can be a better year than 2015. Perhaps you have vowed to go on a diet to lose weight, or to start exercising in order to become healthier. Maybe you've decided to get your finances under control by creating a budget, or have set goals for yourself in your career. Whatever the case may be, you are striving to make life better in the year to come. Well, this article is here to tell you of another way you can make 2016 a better year than 2015. How about a year of never having to deal with stinging insects, noisy rodents, or dangerous wild animals invading your home or property? If this sounds good to you, read on to learn more.