- Created: 11 February 2015 11 February 2015
You've probably noticed that pest infestations happen most when it's warm outside. Ants, bees, and cockroaches seem to disappear when winter snows come. Where do all the pests go?
- Created: 08 February 2015 08 February 2015
You sympathize with the Ron Weasleys of the world-not because you like red hair or hand-knitted sweaters, but because you under stand how it feels when a spider crosses your path. Maybe you're not paralyzed with fear, but you know that spiders should get a wide berth so both you and the spiders can coexist.
- Created: 05 February 2015 05 February 2015
It's not uncommon for homeowners all over the United States to encounter a pest or two. Spiders, ants, and mice have a talent for inviting themselves into homes across the country. And unfortunately, homes in New Jersey are no exception.
- Created: 21 January 2015 21 January 2015
Everyone wants to have a clean, pest-free home. You don't want to worry about your health, your family's health, or your pets' health. And you don't want to think about cleaning up after cockroaches, pigeons, and other pests. However, despite your best efforts, you may still end up with an infestation.
- Created: 18 January 2015 18 January 2015
With more than 20 earwig species in the United States, you may have seen these creepy critters in your house or under your porch. These pests are easily distinguishable by the pincers on their back. Although some folklore suggest earwigs hide in people's ears and e at their brains, this is entirely untrue. Myths likes these may leave you confused about what to believe about earwigs.