House centipedes, while mostly harmless to humans, can be creepy and unwanted in your house. These creatures seek shelter in your house for warmth, food, and water, so keeping them out means making sure your house is clean, dry, and properly sealed. Keep Things Dry House centipedes thrive in damp environments, and this can include everything from basement rooms to bathrooms or even leaky pipes and dripping faucets. Your house as a whole may become a target if you live in a humid area and don't do anything that reduces that humidity indoors, like run your air conditioner.
One of the problems with summer is that the ants always manage to invade your space. It never seems to fail, as soon as the warm weather arrives, so do the ants. Unfortunately, ants have a way of ruining all your plans, especially when they show up uninvited. Luckily, there are some simple steps you can take to keep them away. The handy tips provided below will help you get rid of ants this summer.
Pests can start as a nuisance, but they can easily become a real danger to the structure of a home. Here's a look at some of the more problematic home-destroying insects. 1. Termites are Voracious Wood Eaters Most people know termites can cause some damage. Unfortunately, until you've actually dealt with them, you may not know just how much damage they can do to a home. Termites like wood, so they can go to work on any of the wooden structural support of your home.
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.