Since many other species of insects become dormant during the winter, it can be easy for homeowners to assume the same is true for termites. Unfortunately, these common pests will happily continue their destructive ways, even when outdoor temperatures fall. If you are a homeowner, learning more about termites and their habits can help you recognize an existing infestation more easily. Common throughout the United States Like humans, termites also need to stay warm, fed, and hydrated during harsh winter weather, and an occupied residential home meets these needs.
If you've spotted an ant or two inside your home, chances are there's a lot more somewhere else in your house. The thought of ants hiding somewhere in your home may give you the heebie jeebies or might make you sleep a little less at night - they could be ANYWHERE! Kill the ants that you can see and even the ones you don't by following the tips below, then prevent them from coming back.
If you're tired of being bitten by the fleas that have invaded your home, it's time to take matters firmly into your own hands. If left along, fleas will infest your home, and refuse to leave. Unfortunately, when that happens, you'll become the unsuspecting main course for the fleas, and their insatiable appetite. Luckily, you don't need to live with the constant itching. Here are some simple tricks you can use to get rid of the fleas, and keep them away.
As a business owner, you understand how important it is to keep your facility in the best possible condition. There should always be clear walkways, litter-free working areas and an overall sense of cleanliness when anyone walks into your building. While you might have a cleaning crew that comes in on a daily or weekly basis to remove debris from the structure, you may have neglected to realize the importance of hiring an exterminator as well.
Termites can do a great deal of damage to a house and it is hard to prevent because they are so hard to spot. Most of the time a termite colony will find your home while underground, so unless you are digging a trench or working on your home, you may not know you have a problem until the problem is dire. There are a few things that you need to keep in mind when you start dealing with and trying to prevent termites from destroying your home.