Tactics For Removing Fleas and Other Pests
When you find out your home has bed bugs, you may go into a panic. After all, bed bugs have a reputation for being difficult to get rid of, not to mention they torture you with itchy bites. Don’t overreact by throwing out furniture and spraying your home with insecticide. There is a right way and wrong way to deal with these pesky bugs. Here are some things you don’t want to do. Read More»
Traveling for business is something that many people do. It usually includes many stays in different hotels, and that’s where you may encounter some unwelcome guests. Bed bugs can sometimes be a problem for hotels, but if you heed these tips they need not be a problem for you.
Examine Your Room
After a long drive or flight the first thing you might want to do when you reach your hotel room is to flop on the bed and turn on the television. Read More»
You probably already know that termites can damage the wood throughout your home, but you may not know that lots of other insects can do the same thing. You may discover other wood-destroying insects, like Anobiid powderpost beetles, in your home. Here are four things you need to know about Anobiid powderpost beetles.
What do they look like?
Anobiid powderpost beetles are small beetles; they are less than 5⁄16 of an inch long. Read More»
These days, beg bugs are a common problem–especially in hotels. Even if you make reservations at a very nice hotel, it is still possible that you could end up encountering bed bugs at some point during your stay. The best way to avoid this is to always check a room for bed bugs by looking under mattresses and on linens before settling into a room. However, even when taking precautions, it’s still possible for bed bugs to arise. Read More»
Nobody wants to deal with a bed bug infestation in their home or apartment. They crawl on your body while you’re sleeping and leave itchy bites all over your skin. Worse, they’re very hard to get rid of once you have them. Everyone knows that you can pick up bed bugs in a hotel room, but any place that sees a lot of human traffic can have bed bugs, even your local laundromat. Read More»