If you're fighting a bed bug infestation, there's a good chance the bugs are in your clothing. Going through your closet and isolating the clothes you wear is a good idea because it will keep you from spreading the bugs and it might even save you from getting bitten as much. Here are some tips for managing your clothing when you have bed bugs. Bag Up Clothing You Don't Wear
One of the hardest bugs to get rid of from a home and one that doesn't seem to have any real benefit to you are bed bugs. For the most part, they are difficult to catch, as it is very hard to even spot them let alone spray them to kill them. They don't just hide in your bed sheets either; they can be found pretty much anywhere in your home.
If there is one place that looks attractive for nesting in the eyes of a cockroach, it is an appliance, especially refrigerators. When you think about it, it is easy to see why that is the case. Refrigerators have a concealing metal shell with all kinds of nooks and crannies to hide in on the inside. Plus, refrigerators generate heat and moisture, which are vital for a roach to survive. If you are picking up a used fridge, there is always a chance there are roaches hanging out inside that you don't see.
Snow caps are melting, flowers are blooming, and insects are on the move. As the sunny weather comes, so do the insects that take over your garden and can attack your home. Getting an insect infestation under control early will ensure you do not have garden pests attacking you all summer. Here are some tips to help deal with the insects that have come out in spring and are preparing an assault on your home this summer:
If you have just moved into a NYC walk-up apartment, then you are probably excited, but also overwhelmed. You've just gone through the difficult process of moving (getting the mattress, bed, and other furniture up to your apartment without the assistance of an elevator). However, one thing you might have to deal with are mice. Even if you keep your space immaculately clean, you might still have a mouse problem. It's very likely that they are roaming freely behind the walls, traveling around the apartment building.