DATE POSTED: March 31, 2015
That's right sports lovers, we have an incredible match for you today as we pit the ferocious centipede up against the clever and wily millipede, to see which contender will survive this battle to the death. This may be the most exciting battle in arthropod history! Let's find out.
DATE POSTED: March 23, 2015
As a homeowner, there is nothing more important than learning what pests destroy your home and what preventative measures you can take. I've compiled the three worst home wreckers in order of importance and thrown in some tips on how to keep them from eating away at your equity.
DATE POSTED: March 2, 2015
If you scour the web, you can find all kinds of helpful videos on how to kill, catch, and exclude cockroaches. Some of these tips are quite inventive, and many of them will actually kill cockroaches. Let's take a look at one of those techniques and then examine its effectiveness in keeping your home or business safe from cockroaches.
DATE POSTED: February 12, 2015
Alright, soldier! Are you ready to get that panty into tip top shape? This is war. And, there is no room for the weak of heart! You need to be ruthless. You need to be a well oiled machine. It is kill or be bugged! What's it going to be, soldier? Are you going to stop those bugs in their tracks, or crawl home to Mommy? Okay. Maybe I went a little overboard on the drama. You get the point. Those…
DATE POSTED: January 29, 2015
Last fall, without your consent, bugs and wildlife may have taken up residence in your attic spaces. If you have not visited your attic crawl spaces recently, now might be the time. When spring arrives, those bugs, rodents, and wild critters will leave their low-energy state and begin to forage more vigorously for food. This will bring them down into your kitchen, pantry, and living areas--if they…
DATE POSTED: January 26, 2015
Yep. Don't think that just because your nostril hairs freeze every time you walk out into the winter chill that your home is safe from carpenter ants. Ants come back every year, no matter how much snow you get. That means they know how to hide from the winter chill. One of the places they hide is inside your house. Yep. They could already be inside. Here is what you need to know about carpenter…