While bed bugs are a continuing concern in many areas—especially large cities—there are some places that tend be particularly at risk of an infestation of these dreaded pests.
A termite infestation is among the most feared pest-related issues that can worry a homeowner. They are notorious for causing extensive structural damage—damage that can be expensive and time-consuming to repair.
Ants are one of the most common insect issues that can plague homeowners. Fortunately, this is also among the easiest issues to handle on your own.
Property owners who are worried about potential termite issues (or who are planning to buy or sell a property) may enlist the help of a termite inspection to help detect the presence of termites and pinpoints locations where termites may be nesting.
Roaches don’ discriminate—they will happily make themselves at home anywhere. You might say they’re an equal-opportunity invader. Despite the stereotype that roaches will only be found in messy places, no place—no matter how clean—is truly immune from this pest. Any home or building could be at risk, even one inhabited by the most powerful person in the country.
When you are away on vacation, business or just a short getaway, you often like to bring back some souvenirs or other trinkets. However, there is definitely one thing you do not want to bring home—and that’s bed bugs. Unfortunately, with many hotels experiencing bed bug problems, this is a risk that many travelers may face, often without realizing it. It’s probably every hotel guest’s worst nightmare.
If you are looking for a powerful, fast-acting insecticide that makes it easy to cover a large area quickly, Tempo SC Ultra may be exactly what you need.
Insects in general can often be hearty survivalists—but some particular types of bugs seem to have special features or abilities that allow them to survive and defend themselves against potential threats.
It seems many of us may have underestimated the resourcefulness of a seemingly helpless plant. A new study seems to indicate that plants have a clever tactic that can help protect them from invading insects.
This is the time of year when insects start making their plans for the winter. Some species tend to be “snowbirds,” meaning they migrate to warmer areas during the winter season. But many other types of insects—such as ladybugs and stink bugs—simply seek out a warm place to hunker down for the winter. Ideally, they want someplace warm and dry