DATE POSTED: December 23, 2014
Would Dorothy be proclaiming this if she were to go up into your attic spaces, or crawl under your deck? Wild animals can be scary business--even animals you wouldn't expect to be dangerous, like a squirrel. A trapped animal, or an animal protecting her young, can be a danger to you and your family.
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…
DATE POSTED: October 29, 2014
Seeing a little mouse scurrying across your kitchen floor is never a welcomed sight. Mice are not just annoying they are also a health hazard and dangerous for your home. These small, grey rodents have a tan belly and are about 2.5 to 3.5 inches long. They can be found throughout the United States and are the most common kind of rodent found in a home. They multiply quickly and adapt easily…
DATE POSTED: October 22, 2014
I'm just going to come out and say it, I'm a fan. Raccoons are just about the coolest animal in the world. When I was a young boy, my friend had a pet raccoon, and I was allowed to feed it through the wire mesh of the cage. I don't remember what food we were giving him, because this was a very long time ago. But I still remember the leathery hands of that raccoon, as he grabbed my finger, and held…
DATE POSTED: October 8, 2014
Fall is a wonderful time of year, because it is when Dunkin' Donuts brings back pumpkin lattes. So, in celebration of this incredible drink, I am going to attempt to use the Dunkin' Donuts Pumpkin Spice Latte as an allegory for fall pest prevention.
DATE POSTED: October 6, 2014
What's your heat bill look like? Would you rather see some of that money go into your pocket, rather than out the chimney? There are actually some pest prevention methods that can help you shave some money off that energy bill. Hang with me for a couple minutes, and I'll show you how.