A thousand baby spiders!

Viewed in an aquarium, we suppose that some people might find a collection of a thousand or so juvenile arachnids cute – although many wouldn’t! But it certainly wouldn’t be acceptable were this type of infestation present in your home! Yet that could be a potential outcome of just one spider leaving a single egg…

Can coronavirus be spread by voles?

According to a report by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), a “small number of pet cats and dogs have been reported to be infected with the virus.” Currently, the CDC is working closely with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in observing mammals. Although voles – otherwise known as meadow mice – aren’t…

Why you don’t want voles in your yard

Voles, sometimes referred to as meadow mice or field mice, are one of the lesser-known yard pests. They are also pests that should be taken care of proactively since they are capable of causing significant damage to both your lawn and garden. You are more prone to have a vole infestation if your yard has…

It’s just one cockroach!

No, it isn’t. If you see one cockroach in your kitchen at night when you turn the light on, there’s probably a colony staying hidden in a “nest” or crevice. And, once you turn off your lights, they come out of hiding to feed. Hence, squishing the only roach you see doesn’t get rid of…

Hidden signs of voles

Voles are a pest that can invade the home and garden. Here are some hidden signs of voles. If you notice these signs, it may be time for a rodent exterminator. Trails. Voles create little trails underneath the grass when they dig. These are very noticeable after winter ends. Burrows. They will create tiny burrows…

Why your hotel needs pest control services

It’s common to think that your business doesn’t need pest control services because it doesn’t handle food. However, all businesses, especially hotels, need pest control to maintain a good reputation and increase customer satisfaction. Hotels are susceptible to many infestations, including bed bugs, rodents, spiders, cockroaches, rats, and mice, with bed bugs posing the biggest…

How to get rid of voles

If you begin to notice little trails winding around your yard or that your prized vegetation is being systematically damaged, you may have a vole infestation. Often confused with mice or moles, tiny voles can munch through your lawn and garden at a prodigious rate. There are over 20 types of voles in the United…

Is it a vole or a mole?

If you’ve got trails of miniature highways running through your yard, chances are, you’ve got a rodent infestation. Identifying whether you’re dealing with a mole or a vole is important for determining how best to tackle the unwelcome guests with a rodent exterminator. The habits between moles and voles are decidedly different. Both spend time…

Reasons why your pest control doesn’t work

Are you trying to get rid of spiders, voles, or mice in your home, but your pest control doesn’t seem to work? Here are some reasons why you keep getting a pest infestation even after pest control. You didn’t hire an expert exterminator You decided to DIY your pest control You’re treating symptoms instead of…

A quick 7-point wild critter avoidance checklist

To help prevent squirrels, raccoons and other such pests invading your property, here are a few simple avoidance measures to take. Take pet bowls and any foodstuff bags inside overnight Clean up seed and hulls from below any bird feeders Clear away wood, brush, or weed piles Seal cracks in the foundations of your property…
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