I knew that living in the country would come with a lot of changes, but I didn't realize how many pests I would have to deal with each day. Even the winter came with its own pest problems. My blog is all about the problematic pests that country living presents. You will find out what you can do to keep your home pest-free and how to eliminate the pests that have already moved into your home. Hopefully, my personal experiences can help you find the solutions to pest problems that you have and take back your home from the insects and rodents causing you troubles.
19 January 2019
As an apartment complex manager, you know the basic pest control drill for tenants: Throw out garbage regularly, don't leave food lying out, be generally clean, and so on. These are good, but there's more that your residents have to do in the name of preventing pest infestations. All of you are a team when it comes to keeping the complex as pest-free as possible. Monitoring Damage You can't be everywhere at once, and even with the best maintenance team, problem spots may go unnoticed for a long time.
9 September 2018
Moving into a new home can be an exciting and exhilarating time. The last thing you want to discover on move-in day is that your seemingly well-maintained home is being shared by dozens or even hundreds of mice or rats. Rodent infestations are common but treating them while you're also moving and unpacking can be a challenge. Read on for some signs of a rodent infestation, as well as some steps you can take to help make sure your new home is free from rodents before move-in day.
26 June 2018
If you have recently moved to a rural area and have discovered that mice and other rodents are sneaking into your vehicle while it is parked outdoors, then these tips will help prevent the expensive damage they are capable of inflicting: Park Your Car Out in the Open and Away from Vegetation When choosing the location to park your car, not all spots are created equal when you have a local rodent problem.
30 May 2018
Nobody likes to see pests around their home, but you may be more concerned than usual when you see that you are suffering from a snake problem. Snakes are not only scary to deal with on your own, but you may be clueless about what you are able to do about them. Here are some tips for dealing with snakes. Trim The Grass Have you been avoiding cutting your lawn because of the snakes that are out there?
25 January 2017
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rats carry more than 35 diseases that can be spread to humans through direct contact with a rat or by coming into contact with their bodily fluids and/or droppings. In the home setting, your whole family is at risk, but the young, old, and sick among you are at an even greater risk. If you have rats in your home, it's vital that you take steps to remove them right away.