Bed bugs are very tiny pests that can spread quickly throughout your home and cause a number of itchy bite marks on your body, and anyone else in your home as well. If you have bed bugs, you may not even realize it until you have an infestation. Bed bugs are only about the size of an apple seed when they are full size. An inspection of your mattress is one way to look for bed bugs, although you may have them on your other furniture in your home as well.
27 November 2019
If your home has an open crawl space underneath instead of a basement, you may worry that the wooden supporting structures and underside of the floor are susceptible to infestation by termites. If so, consider the following ways that having the crawl space encapsulated can help keep termites from being attracted to the area, which can help to prevent an infestation. 1. Reduces the Amount of Moisture in the Space
15 July 2019
Rats, mice and other types of rodents are one of the most likely types of pests that can take up residence in your home. They can cause all sorts of structural damage to your furniture and drywall, can chew through your electrical wiring, can get into your food and can carry a number of diseases and other pests with them. In order to prevent the headaches associated with repairing the damage that rodents can cause, as well as the struggle of removing them in the first place, there are a few different things that can be done to rodent-proof your home.
27 March 2019