You love your home, but guess what, pests and rodents love it too. These critters love to seek warmth and safety inside homes and other structures. Their presence can cause damage and be a nuisance, all while lowering the value of your home in the process.

But lucky for you, many pests and other creatures are not as stealthy as they may seem. These intruders often leave traces such as droppings and hair behind that can help indicate they have made their way into your home. 

This article will outline a few of the warning signs you should be on the lookout for as you scope your home for unwanted visitors, and a few suggestions for how to deal with them once they have made their way inside. 

Do you love your pets? That's a silly question; of course, you do! They're your furry family members. They're loyal friends and obviously love you too.

Unfortunately, sometimes you're not the only one who loves your pets. It may seem like fleas also care about your dogs and cats as much as you do. Unlike you, who your furry friends can't wait to see when you get home, fleas drive your dogs or cats crazy! 

It may feel like you've done everything you can to try to keep the fleas away from your pets, but nothing works. We want to try to help explain why these tiny pests love your pet, and what you can do to send them away for good.

As families and businesses alike prepare their finances for the New Year, there are many considerations you must make. One thing you may not be thinking about ahead of the new year is pests. But they could actually pose more problems than you would expect. 

In this article, we will discuss some of the leading reasons to invest in pest control in 2023, and we will also go over strategies for budgeting around pest control treatment. These tips and tricks should help prepare you to plan for the upcoming year more effectively. So grab a fly swatter, and let’s get started. 

If you live in North Carolina, or if you just moved to North Carolina, you may be wondering if insects are still alive and active in the winter here. Unfortunately, the answer is yes. Even in the winter, insects are still active. 

Don’t move across the country just yet; there is still hope! The types of pests that are active and their method of entry into your home can change as the winter temperatures set in. More good news is that once winter pests are spotted in your home, they can be taken care of.

How many times have you heard yourself say ‘New Year, New Me? More times than you can count, right? Each year we make goals for the New Year in honor of a fresh new season, but how often do we end up keeping up with these goals and sticking to them? 

It can be difficult to really keep those resolutions, and unfortunately, many slip into our minds before January is over.