DATE POSTED: July 16, 2019
Like termites and carpenter ants, powderpost beetles get into the wood structures of your home and cause damage. They prefer unfinished wood and will bore under the surface to lay their eggs. As their eggs hatch, their larvae tunnel their way through the wood, eating and leaving hollowed-out tunnels in their wake.
DATE POSTED: December 30, 2016
Celebrate the New Year by protecting your home with year-round pest control.
DATE POSTED: July 30, 2015
We all deal with bugs every once in a while. That's just life. Bugs find a way into our homes no matter how much we try to keep them out. But there is a limit. There is a point at which you must say, "Enough is enough, bugs!" Here is a quote from a recent inquiry we received. We'll quickly address the obvious and then take a look at something more sinister under the surface.
DATE POSTED: April 20, 2015
Carpenter ants are a silent threat. They are stealth in their movements. Leaving few traces that they exist they can cause thousands of dollars in damages to your building before you even realize they are there. Why are they in your home or building and what are they doing there? But the biggest question is, how can you get them out and keep it that way?
DATE POSTED: February 21, 2015
For many people this winter has reminded them of the movie “Groundhog Day”. Every day is very much the same- snow, snow and more snow. And just to mix it up, in between snow storms there is bitter cold and heavy winds. Just as this weather has been very hard on us, it has been hard on winter insects and rodents. This year pests have been finding their way into homes and other buildings…
DATE POSTED: November 27, 2014
The cycles of nature ensure that every year the same thing is going to happen. It is going to get cold and bugs and mammals are going to seek shelter from that cold. It is as inevitable at the rising of the sun. But having pests inside your home isn't inevitable. Bugs and wildlife are looking for the "right" place to overwinter or hibernate. Are you inviting them to stay at your house? Let's find…