Stored product pests such as Indian meal moths, red flour beetles, and lesser grain borers tend to gather around food stored in pantries and cabinets.
No one wants to see spiders crawling around their homes. Next time you’re treating for spiders, follow these three “T’s” to ensure they aren’t making their way inside, eliminating callbacks.
For effective control of wasps and ticks, learn where to find their nests and habitats so you can knock them out at the source.
Sanitation is a crucial part of outdoor tick treatments. Clients should be educated on how to prevent and lower the risk of ticks on their property to get effective control of these disease-spreading arachnids.
Customers search for mosquito relief long before they call for a service. To help set them at ease and get them involved, teach clients about the mosquito breeding areas around their home and how to remove them.
Stinging insects can make outdoor spaces uninhabitable, and with the weather starting to warm up, now is the time to consider the forgotten places that stinging pests usually hide out.
Spring has sprung and with the change of season, cockroaches are getting ready to emerge. You can expect to see more roaches in the upcoming months so now is the perfect time to get a jump start on controlling populations.
The busy travel season is here, bringing with it a greater risk for bed bugs in hotels. While this is the most common non-residential site for treating bed bugs, the focus tends to be on the rooms and beds themselves.