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Invasive species are on the move across the U.S., causing property damage and presenting new health threats. Here are the top 5 invasive pests to look out for in and around your home.
How can you keep your home safe from pests during hurricane season? These 6 tips will help you to keep your house pest-free even when dealing with hurricanes.
When purchasing a home, certain steps must be taken to ensure things go smoothly. Aside from any cosmetic updates, it’s important to also account for any problems that may not be visible to the naked eye. This is why a new home pest inspection is so important.
As the flowers begin to bloom, homeowners will start their spring cleaning. While dusting and sweeping are par for the course, homeowners should be sure to also incorporate proper pest-proofing into their deep clean during the spring.
From major renovations to DIY fixes large and small, homeowners should be sure to factor proper pest prevention into their home improvement plans. Termites in particular pose a major threat, causing more than $5 billion in U.S. property damage each year.
Discover the five types of termite species to be aware of at the turn of the season if you reside in the southeastern United States.
While pest-proofing might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of a News Years resolution, it can save you a lot of time and money over the course of the year if done properly.
In Florida, termites can infest homes earlier in the year, oftentimes before the official first day of spring. Learn about the common species found in the Sunshine State.
What happens to pests like ants, mosquitoes and termites when the cold weather rolls in? Learn more about how specific pests survive the harsh elements.
Read on to learn more about 7 of the most common U.S. invasive species and the threats they pose.
Here’s a handy room-by-room guide of specific things to do to keep pests at bay this spring.
Check out this slideshow to find out if you are attracting termites to your home.