In New Jersey, it is state law to have a wood-destroying insect (WDI) report before you sell your home. But you don’t have to wait until you sell your home before you get one of these inspections. Here’s why it could be a good idea, and how it may help you save big bucks in the long run.
Just as you or I would seek the shelter of a warm house as temperatures start to dip, pests of all kinds do too. In particular, rodents begin their annual trek indoors when the mercury drops. Below are some helpful suggestions on keeping the mice out of your house.
Pest Prevention Tips for Winter
Winter is approaching and we are not the only ones to notice the drop in mercury. Pests of all kinds, from insects to snakes and rodents, are looking to settle in someplace nice for the coldest part of the year. Let’s make sure they don’t move into your home! Take some time to read through these prevention tips and think about areas in your home that you might want to consider working on before the snow starts to fly!
Why are Bees and Wasps Worse in the Fall?
There is something peaceful and soothing about watching a busy bee gather nectar in the heat of summer. Buzzing amongst the beautiful posies, bees and wasps complete a Kodachrome picture of the season. But as time creeps through fall and ever-nearer to the cold winds of winter, bees and wasps become a much more ominous part of that lovely picture of nature. Why are bees and wasps worse during the fall season? What makes them aggressive and dangerous especially at this time of year? We will break down some of the reasons and help you to have a fall as lovely as your summer, without the threat of bees and wasps.