Wasps and honey bees can be confused since both insects can inflict painful stings. While honey bees can attack when provoked, wasps are more aggressive predators by nature. 

It's important to recognize between honey bees and wasps to provide proper care treatment for stings and appropriate pest management. So, how can you tell the difference between a wasp and a bee?

Wasps, like many other pests, hibernate throughout the winter and are active in the spring and summer. They build their nests in places that offer protection from the elements, such as your porch or the surrounding yard. 

During the warmer months, we practically live on our porches and in our backyards. Having a danger in your midst can put a damper on your summer. To protect your family and friends in the best way possible, make your home unappealing to wasps in the first place. Here's how.

Flea infestations are quite inconvenient. Fleas can bite, transmit diseases, and generally cause havoc. Your yard and grass provide a comfortable environment for fleas to feed, breed, and lay eggs, as well as simple access for them to hitch a ride inside on you or your pets. 

To find out if you have fleas in your yard and how to get rid of them, keep reading.

Fruit flies can occur at any time of year, although they are more abundant in the summer when more fruits and vegetables are ripening. They lay eggs on rotting or fermenting food, and hundreds of larvae hatch. The larvae will then lay eggs, and before you know it, they will have taken over your kitchen. 

In many ways, getting rid of fruit flies is no different than getting rid of ants, gnats, or other pesky pests. To permanently eliminate these pests, you'll need to be smart and have a long-term solution. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to exterminate fruit flies and reclaim your kitchen.

Fleas are tiny, reddish-brown insects that are barely visible to the human eye. They are commonly associated with household pets such as cats or dogs, but they can also enter your home in other ways. You might not even realize you have an infestation until you notice red, raised, itching bumps on your skin. 

Here are three ways fleas can get inside your home.