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3 Spring Pests You Should Prepare For Now

Spring is just around the corner and while you may not have seen many pests throughout the winter, they will soon be making themselves known in large numbers. Most of the pests you will find throughout the upcoming season are not only annoying but incredibly persistent making it hard to...

Pied Piper Enhances Bed Bug Control with Aprehend®

It seems like no home or business are safe from the threat of bed bug infestation anymore as these prolific pests begin expanding their dominance in a variety of residential and commercial structures. These bloodsucking pests have started to develop a resistance to traditional pyrethroids and other insecticides commonly used...

When Should You Remove Bird Nests?

While watching birds on your property can be a fulfilling venture, there will likely come a time when a birds nest begins to impair the beauty of your structure or property. If you are considering removing birds nests from your property, there are many local and federal laws that may...

3 Things Besides Wood That Attract Termites

It's a common belief that the only thing termites are attracted to is wood; however, this couldn’t be further from the truth. While the wooden structures of many homes and businesses are damaged by termites annually, there are often other factors that draw them to a structure prior to these...

Protect Your Structure From Unwelcome Ants

It can be alarming to find ants foraging around your kitchen countertop or around your business. Not only are these pests incredibly annoying, they can often be hard to get rid of without the support of a pest control professional. If you are finding unwelcome ants around your home or...

I Saw One Cockroach. Now What?

Seeing a cockroach scurrying around in your home or business can be a surprising experience for many individuals. While it is possible that this cockroach hitchhiked his way inside your home or business through a bag or box, it could also mean that you are experiencing a cockroach infestation. Unfortunately,...

How To Identify a Bed Bug Infestation

Bed bugs have become a common pest in recent years that can be found seemingly everywhere, including homes, movie theaters and much more. With the proliferation of these pests that has happened in recent years, picking up bed bugs can happen to anyone at any point. If you suspect these...

Bird Control Limits Exposure to Avian Diseases

Did you know that birds are capable of transmitting over 60 diseases that can easily be transferred through human contact with them or their feces? Because birds are airborne and their droppings are seemingly all around us, this can be very troublesome for many homeowners and business owners. (more…)

Termites Cause Damage Year-Round

With cold temperatures finally becoming the norm, many homeowners and business owners may feel like termite activity in or around their home may come to a halt until the warmer months. While pests like mosquitos likely won't be much of a threat during these conditions, termites are an unlikely nemesis...

3 Pests That Can Harm Your Business

As a business, your primary goal is likely to bring in as many customers possible and fulfill their product or service needs. However, when pests find their way into your building or around it, it can be devastating to your reputation. To avoid disruption and continue to serve your customers,...

Protect Your Dallas Structure from Pest Birds with Bird Netting

Keeping pest birds from roosting on your structure and limiting the damages caused by them requires effective, humane prevention solutions. Adding bird netting to your structure can save your Dallas business from costly repairs and maintenance fees as pest birds settle in. (more…)

Practical Tips for Preventing Rodent Infestation

Even a small group of rodents is capable of doing extensive damage to your home or business as they gather nesting materials and forage for food. To make matters worse, many homeowners won't even be aware of the presence of these sneaky pests until the infestation has progressed. To keep...