pests

What Pests Are Hiding in Your Christmas Tree?

While it may be a tradition to purchase a live Christmas tree each year to create the perfect home for your wrapped gifts, they may be providing much more than a pleasant smell throughout the holiday season. A live Christmas...

Pests to Watch for After a Storm

With the recent storm activity we've been having, there's a good chance that you have seen an increase in the number of pests that are making themselves known. As the ground becomes saturated with water, many subterranean dwellers will begin...

Can A Dirty Home Attract Pests?

You may have heard that only dirty homes are susceptible to pests like cockroaches or rodents; however, this couldn't be further from the truth. While a dirty home is likely to be more accommodating to pests, it isn't always a...

Edible Insects Growing More Common

Entomophagy, or the human use of insects as food, has become more and more commonplace in recent years. Many comparisons have been drawn to the rise of eating raw fish in sushi, which has become incredibly popular, to the current...

4 Beneficial Bugs You Shouldn’t Kill

For many homeowners, the mere sight of an insect, both indoors or out, can cause them to go into panic mode. However, not all insects are detrimental to your home or garden. These 3 bugs should be spared your fury...

Lawn and Garden Pest Guide

April is National Pest Management Month and National Lawn and Garden Month, so what better time to go through the most invasive garden pests that are going to bug you this spring and summer and let you know how to...

Tips for a Pest-Free Summer BBQ

With the welcome arrival of long summer days and Father's Day just around the corner, it's the perfect time of year for barbeques, picnics, and tailgate parties. Attracted by the smell of delicious food and drinks, uninvited pests are known...