Cockroaches are a common house pest. Although they do not damage property like termites do, they are a grave health hazard. They can contaminate surfaces and your food reserves, thereby transmitting diseases to you. If you detect cockroaches in your home, there are several steps you can take to rid your home of these nasty bugs. Read on to see what they are. Seal all possible entry points One preventive way to keep cockroaches from your home is to keep them from getting in at all.
There is great importance attached to good hygiene practices in both the residential and commercial setting. It goes without saying that pest control is one of the most important of these practices. A large number of homeowners and owners of commercial buildings consider pest control a DIY activity that does not need the assistance of a professional exterminator. The article below explores a few reasons why residential or commercial pest control is not your ideal do-it-yourself activity.
Bugs and vermin are some of the most unwanted creatures around. Indoor pest prevention is the way to handle those unwanted critters, both before and after, they begin to present themselves into your home life. These are a few ways to ensure that you have minimal to zero issues with these types of problems. Although some people might think of this stuff as common sense material, you would be surprised at the number of individuals that have no clue as to how to avoid pest problems within their homes.
Your house is overrun with ants, termites, mice or other unwanted pests. You are ready to call an exterminator, but you also have a house full of furry, reptilian and fishy friends you don't want hurt in the process. Luckily, you can be a pest hater and a pet lover at the same time. Here are four tips to help you: 1. Remove pets during spraying If a pest control specialist is coming to your home to spray for bugs, get your animals out of the house during the spraying.
Pigeons, otherwise known as the 'rats of the sky,' can be detrimental to your business facilities, as well as your customer's welfare. As anyone who has visited an inner-city café will know, pigeons, especially during breeding season, can be aggressive to the point of stealing food from your plate! When they aren't attacking your customers, however, they can also cause considerable property damage, from leaving droppings that erode building material, to dislodging roof tiling and building nests that block drainage and guttering.