Summer is fun. It’s the time of the year when everyone can enjoy outdoor dining, afternoon picnics and romantic night under the stars. You’re not the only one who can have fun, though. Many pests hold their own shenanigans in your garden in summer. Once summer heat is here, insects reproduce rapidly. Here are some… Read more about Summer Garden Pests
Dogs and cats can serve as good companions to man. This explains why many families have pets in their homes. These depend solely on their owners for their hygiene. Left on their own, they cannot take their bath in order to prevent flea infestation. The best they can do for themselves is to incessantly scratch… Read more about Keeping Your Pet Bug-Free and Happy
Bed bugs are small round bugs that can be flat in appearance. They can be a real problem in some areas of the country. These bugs feed on human blood and tend to hang around where humans spend a lot of their time, which is in their beds. Some people do not even realize that… Read more about Sleep Easier with Bed Bug Removal Kits and Products
Have you ever been in the forest full of trees, but when you went to touch a tree the wood came apart in your hand? Did you ever wonder what could have happened to make the wood break so easily into pieces? The reason the tree fell apart with your touch probably had to do… Read more about Termite Service from Parsons Pest Control – Protecting Your Home
Spring is finally here! It’s time to go beyond the usual weekly dusting, mopping, and sweeping. It’s time to give your home some deep cleaning. Vacuum your bathroom Grime builds up in your bathroom. Give it a thorough cleaning! Vacuum the walls, then make sure to wipe them with cleaning products. You can find some… Read more about Spring Cleaning Guide
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Gardening has more benefits than what one usually thinks. Apart from making your yard beautiful, it is a good form of exercise. By working on your garden every day, you get to move your muscles and you get to sweat a lot, which may help you shed extra weight. This activity has been proven to… Read more about Gardening 101: Tips for Newbie Gardeners
Pantry Pests: Who Else Might Be Eating Your Cereal? Several insects attack cereals, herbs, spices, chocolate and similar items in your home without your notice. Here are the common pests inhabiting your pantry and probably munching on your cereal, flour, and other cooking ingredients. Flour Beetles The two most common flour beetles are the confused… Read more about Pantry Pests: Who Else Might Be Eating Your Cereal?
Mosquitoes are everywhere. They can be found in almost every continent. There are over 2,500 species of mosquitoes out there. Although mosquitoes bring deadly diseases that can wipe out an entire population, some people don’t consider them a menace. Do not underestimate the health risks mosquito brings. Learn more about this small, yet deadly insect.… Read more about 5 Mosquito Facts You Probably Don’t Know
You may not be an entomophobic or insectophobic — a person who has an excessive fear of one of more classes of insects — but it is still normal to find yourself fearing some insects. This is not irrational as some species are among the deadliest animals on earth. Insects, unlike arachnids, only have six… Read more about The World’s Deadliest Insects
Insects and other critters like rodents play an important role in maintaining the balance of nature. Insects help in the pollination of flowers and vegetables. Some of these insects even produce useful items such as silk and beeswax. Apart from this, they help keep pest population under control. Predatory insects, for instance, attack animals or… Read more about Health Threats Posed by Pests
There are a number of DIY pest control strategies as well as products that individuals can apply by themselves in order to control pests. This is why some people do not see the need to hire pest control service providers. They prefer to do it by themselves. However, it has been proven that it is… Read more about Pest Control Experts: To Hire or Not to Hire?