If you know or suspect that you have a bed bug infestation, it's easy to panic. What do the little nocturnal crawlers mean for the safety of your home and the health of your family? There is good news and bad news. The good news is that researchers have found little evidence that bed bugs can transmit diseases to humans – a big concern for many households afflicted with the little pests.
If you have squirrels that keep eating all your pretty flowers and all the plants in your garden, or if you have squirrels that keep trying to get into your house through your window screens, you can get rid of the squirrels by making your own natural squirrel repellent. These repellents contain smells that squirrels find repugnant. Natural Hot Pepper Repellent Spray Squirrels are not a fan of hot peppers; hot foods are not their thing.
One of the most annoying things that you can experience as a homeowner or renter is the presence of a bird in your chimney. Although not dangerous to you, a bird's presence can be quite distracting and annoying, and you will not be able to use your fireplace for fear of harming the bird. This brief article will give you a few steps to take with regard to tracking down and removing any bird that has made your chimney its home.
An ant infestation in your home is a problem that can quickly get out of hand. Complete removal of the hundreds or thousands of ants that make up a colony is something that many homeowners leave to a professional exterminator. However, it is possible that you can handle this problem on your own if you know a few common ant control techniques. Here are a few tips that can help you prevent and remove ant infestations in your home.
Possums may have cute little faces, but don't let them fool you, these animals when scared will hiss, growl and show you their sharp teeth. They like to eat insects and other rodents, which doesn't sound like a bad thing, but they also eat vegetables such as corn and will get into your trash (much like a raccoon) to look for food. They are more of a nuisance and you definitely do not want them in your yard.
After living with a pest problem in our home for years, I kind of figured the bugs were there to stay. I had tried just about every kind of at-home treatment that I could think of, but nothing was working. It was frustrating, but I knew that there had to be something that could help. After failing for what seemed like the millionth time, I finally decided to work with a professional exterminator. The expert was incredibly proficient and knowledgeable about pest problems, and remarkably, he removed all of the pests from our house that day. This blog is all about working with a pro to eliminate pest problems.