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Having trouble identifying a red welt or itchy rash? A bug bite could be the cause. Use this guide to identify bug bites, as they could signal a pest infestation or potential disease transmission.
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.
Fleas are certainly an itchy annoyance to cats and dogs, but did you know they can bite and transmit disease to humans, too? Fleas can cause allergic dermatitis and are the most common transmitter of the albeit rare but still present bubonic plague.
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.
Before the fun in the sun can begin during spring travel season, make sure to practice proper bed bug prevention, or else good memories and a tan may not be the only souvenirs you bring home from vacation.
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.
Also known as snow fleas, read on to learn more about these year round pests, one of the few you'll see outside during the winter.
How do red imported fire ants survive flood waters? Learn about floating fire ants and get information on how to deal with a red imported fire ant sting.
What are horse flies and how do you deal with them? Horse fly bites can ruin even the best beach days. See our tips on dealing with horse flies at the beach.
What makes fireflies flash? Read on to learn about the science behind this dazzling summer bug.
Check out this FAQ to learn about the 17-Year cicadas that are expected to emerge in the spring of 2017 for the first time since 2000.
Despite its name, there’s nothing lucky about finding a clover mite. Learn more about this nuisance pest.