Having a clean and sanitary home will make it less inviting to cockroaches.
Here's a list of some things to do to protect your home and family
In general, termites create colonies around food sources. Because termites eat soft or rotting wood, they seek moist spaces. Homes, and the surrounding property, can accidentally create prime environments for termite colonies. These situations encourage termites to move from their natural habitats into developed areas. The following scenarios are most likely to attract termites to your home.
We’re almost there, the humidity and heat is coming! Now is the time to do a check up around your property to help reduce the attraction for pests coming into your home.
Rodents in general have been dodging humans for thousands of years, aptly being able to co-inhabit the same space, and at the same time taking advantage of you at every turn, eating your food and living in your homes.
Recently we saw the first formosan termite swarm of the year. As usual they took to flight about 8:15 PM. The conditions were right and the swarm lasted about 20 minutes. As they flew out of their nests they were attracted to night lights on houses and lamp posts.
Have you seen these flying insects everywhere in your yard and sneaking into your house. Don't worry, the crane fly is harmless, no pest control service needed, but here are a few fun facts. Adult crane flies are most commonly found in low, leafy vegetation around streams and lakes. But during this time of year they are common in urban areas around houses and doorways.