Learning About Natural Pest Control

Learning About Natural Pest Control

  • What To Do If You Suspect You Have Bed Bugs

    Finding out that your home has been invaded by pests can be frightening. When those pests are bed bugs, removing them from your property completely can be challenging. Many homeowners live in fear of finding a bed bug in their home, but there are some simple actions you can take to help move the bed bug treatment process along. Here are three things you should do if you suspect you have bed bugs in your home.

  • What To Do If You Have A Rodent Problem In Your Home

    Few things can make life as unpleasant as a residential rodent problem. You go home to relax and unwind, not to be constantly on guard because you're worried that a rat or mouse is going to pop up. If you've done all you know to do and the issue remains, it's time to take some drastic measures. There are a few other solutions out there that you may not have thought about.

  • Dealing With A Rodent Problem

    After finding that you have a rodent problem, it is important that you take care of it as soon as possible. Rodents can be a major problem because they will often eat through wiring. Rats and mice are also a health hazard. Rats can carry fleas, and these fleas are thought to be the cause of the plague. You also need to be weary of mice since they are a carrier of Hantavirus, which can be deadly to humans.

  • Don't Get Eaten Out Of House And Home: How To Tell If You've Got A Termite Problem

    If you own a home, the last thing you want to find is termites. Once your home is infested with termites, it's only a matter of time before they've eaten you out of house and home; literally. Termites survive on a diet of wood; more specifically the cellulose found in wood. Once they start eating your home, they won't stop until they've been eradicated. Unfortunately, they can be difficult to identify if you don't know what you're looking for.

  • Considering A New Home? Watch Out For These 3 Signs Of Termites

    The prospect of moving into a home with pest problems is enough to scare anyone. However, termites are one of the worst pest problems you can have because they damage the structural integrity of your new house. As you head out to tour prospective new homes, be sure to stay alert for these signs of a serious termite problem. Seeing Evidence of a Swarm Termites typically stay hidden well within the wooden areas of your home, but they do come out during swarming season.

  • About Me

    Learning About Natural Pest Control

    Hey everyone, my name is Silas. With two allergy prone children, I had to find natural ways to keep bugs from infiltrating our home. In this area, bugs tend to come into the house in droves as soon as the outdoor temperatures drop. When that happens, I'm forced to treat common areas to kill the bugs and keep them from growing in number. I want to share all of the natural pest control techniques I used to keep bugs out of our house. I will also talk about gentle commercial options available for heavy infestations. I hope you will visit my site on a regular basis to learn more.