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Pest Control: Most Popular Articles

These articles are the most popular over the last month.
How Dangerous is the Wolf Spider?
The wolf spider is considered by some to be among the most dangerous of spiders. How dangerous is it and how can it be controlled?
Why Indoor Flying Ants in Winter Are Not a Good...
Flying ants in the home are rarely a good sign, and this is particularly true if they are seen indoors during the winter. Find out why and what to do.
Pest Control: The Pros and Cons of Using Liquid...
Here is a simple, step-by-step method for successfully getting rid of those pesky little black ants that take over your kitchen, bathroom, and anywhere you keep sweets. We outline how to use easily available, very affordable ant bait, and the advantages of using a bait vs. just spraying for ants.
How Can I Get Rid of Spiders in My House?
Article detailing strategies for pest control for indoor house spiders. This includes non-chemical or pest control ideas that work more effectively than spraying pesticide for spiders.
What really works to get rid of skunk odor!
How do you get rid of skunk odor? Does tomato juice really work? Is there anything better? Find out what is myth and what is fact from the experts.
How to Identify a Mouse Infestation in Your Home
All about the common house mouse and why it is a problem.
What REALLY Works to Get Rid of Fruit Flies
How do you get rid of fruit flies? What works and what doesn't? Real-world experience provides the answer.
What's the Difference Between Rats and Mice?
Besides their physical differences, there are a number ways in which mice and rats and different. Understanding the characteristics of each is important to successful rodent control.
Getting Rid of the Fruit Flies that Fly In Your...
How do you get rid of fruit flies? What works and what doesn't? Real-world experience provides the answer.
The Difference Between Ants and Termites
An overview of the differences between ants and termites, and some tips on how to get rid of ants and termites.
How to Identify Ants and Termites
At first glance, winged ants and termites may seem to be the same, but a closer look will reveal many differences, Here's how to tell.
Why Do Ants Have Wings?
When you see ants with wings, they are seeking a mate to breed. Find out more about flying ants.
Control Crickets in the Home
Although considered to be good luck in a number of cultures, chirping, hide-and-seek-playing crickets can be of great annoyance in the home.
Get Rid of Spiders in Your Home
Control spiders in your home with this How To Get Rid of Spiders.
How to Tell If You Still Have Mice or Rats
You had a previous problem with mice or rats. But are they gone now? How do you tell?
Questions and Answers About Rats
A few of the most commonly asked questions -- and answers -- about rats.
Questions and Answers About Mice
How do I know if I have mice? And other frequently asked questions.
The Carpenter Ant
If you've ever seen a winged ant in or around your home, here is information on how to tell if it is a carpenter ant.
How you can get rid of ants, mice, flies and...
Get rid of ants step by step. Pest Control.
Why Are Mosquitoes Attracted to Certain People?
Mosquitoes are attracted to some people more than others. Find out why and how you can reduce that attraction ... sometimes.
Do Dryer Sheets Repel Pests?
Dryer sheets have been said to keep flying insect pests away. Do they work? Find out
How to Get Rid of Mice in a Home, Business, or...
Because mice produce large litters in a short period of time, an infestation can equal big trouble for any home, school or business owner. Rodent experts say that the infestation of mice will continue to grow as long as competing species, shelter and food will allow. Fortunately for humans, most mice in the wild do not survive three months due to heavy predation.
How to Get Rid of Cluster Flies
Cluster flies can invade your home in the winter. What they are and what you can do.
Get Rid of Fleas with These Non-toxic Methods
Fleas, although a very small insect can bedevil rodents, skunks, cats, dogs and humans and are a carrier of the Bubonic Plague. In addition, flea saliva causes dermatitis on Fido and Fluffy's coats while their feces can harbor tapeworms which are passed onto pets. So, pest control of fleas in the yard, home and on pets is very important and easily accomplished by frequent vacuuming, clearing the yard of litter and debris and by establishing a regular bathing and grooming schedule for pets.
Find out what really works to get rid of...
A vast array of devices are marketed as attracting, repelling, trapping or killing mosquitoes, but what are they and do they work?
Removing Wasp and Yellow Jacket Nests
Wasps and Yellow Jackets can be as beneficial as well as pesky pests. So if they are just hanging around and not bothering anyone, let them be. They can help pollinate and rid the garden of other pests. If however, they have located their nest too close for human comfort, leave the toxic chemicals on the market's shelf and follow the non-toxic tip you will read here.
Got a Carpenter Ant Infestation? Here's What to...
Carpenter ants are common across the U.S. But there are ways to control them yourself. Read how.
Using Orange Oil to Treat Drywood Termites
This natural product extracted from orange peels is being marketed as a herbicide and insecticide, with particular effectiveness against drywood termites.
What is that ant? Find out here with images and...
Description and image of a pavement ant
Outdoor House Fly Control
Eliminate flies outdoors to keep them from coming indoors.
Warmer Weather Increases Termite Movement
Termites move faster at warmer temperatures, which means that termite damage can escalate faster as summer arrives and temperatures rise. Research was
Get Rid of Rats and Mice
What do you do if mice or rats get into your home? This article discusses the most common traps and baits that can help make your home pest-free.
The Tarantula Hawk Wasp
The tarantula hawk is not really a hawk, it is a wasp that preys on and paralyzes tarantulas to feed them to their young.
7 Tips and Tricks for a Rodent-Proof Home
Seven tips for rodent-proofing your home without chemicals or poisons. Keeping your home free from rats and mice can greatly reduce the transmission of diseases such as the Hantavirus and Lyme disease.
How to Get Rid of Ants
A guide to getting rid of the ants that trail into your home and kitchen using ant baits.
Identification, Prevention and Pest Control of...
Learn how to identify cockroaches or “German roaches”, how to keep German cockroaches out of your house, and how to get rid of them from this primer.
How To Prepare for Tent Fumigation of Your Home
Every year, thousands of homes, schools and commercial structures are tent-fumigated to control dry wood termite infestations. Perparations must be taken prior by the homeowner, landlord and tenants to protect personal property, foodstuffs, pets and landscaping in addition to ensuring the effectiveness of this expensive periodic treatment.
What to Do About Pillbugs and Sowbugs
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How to Identify and Control Thrips Indoors, in...
Thrips are tiny insects, seen as slightly animated lines that run with veins on the underside of plant leaves. Plant damage caused by the thrip's scraping of the leaves and their fecal spots are usually more visible to the naked eye, than the insect.Thrips are often seen in the same areas as aphids and whiteflies so are often killed with their fellow pest insects when insecticides are used. So, because of that, thrips indoors may often go completely unnoticed.
Identify and Control Clothes Moths
Moths that eat wool and other natural fabrics can be very destructive. Learn to identify and get rid of clothes moths.
Using Physical and Chemical Means to Get Rid of...
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12 Steps to Prepare for Bed Bug Service
Bed bugs are a serious pest problem and generally require the services of a pest control operator for control. Read about what you need to do to prepare for this service
22 Tips for Controlling Indoor House Flies
You can whack flies with a fly swatter, but to really control flies in your home, you need to find and eliminate what is attracting them
How to control different ants step by step
Get rid of Pavement Ants - in 4 steps
Natural Spider Control: 9 Notable Spider...
When it comes to spiders, nature provides its own system of natural control, with a number of predators feeding on these often-feared creatures.
8 Steps to Prepare for Rodent Control Service
A single mouse in your home can mean lots more are in hiding. If you choose to use the services of a pest control company, there are some things you will need to do to prepare.
Tiny, Red-Eyed Flies Flitting Around Your Fruit?
The fruit fly (often called a gnat) is one of the most common, and one of the smallest flies found in the home. Find out what attracts it and how to control it.
12 Steps to Prepare for Cockroach Control Service
Prepare for cockroach control service by following these 12 steps.
Manage Carpenter Ants with Least-toxic Methods
Look for two distinct characteristics when you look at the Carpenter Ant in profile. First, carpenter ants have a smooth, rounded back with no humps and secondly, carpenter ants have a tiny pyramid or pedicel at their waist. You may be wondering how to catch such a quick insect and get it to hold still while you examine it. Flick the ant into a small plastic or glass container with a lid and place it in the freezer for a few minutes.
How Does a Mouse Get In the House?
Rats and Mice like warmth and shelter as much as people do - and rodents are quite happy to make your home their own!
All About Rats and Mice
Rats and mice are year round pests. They can be incredibly frustrating to understand and control. But they can be both understood and controlled. These articles on rats and mice can help you in your efforts.
Keep Rabbits Out of the Garden
Rabbits eating your trees, plants, or vegetables? Keep them out with these tips.
How to Prevent and What to Do if You are Bitten...
How do you know if you've been bitten by a fire ant? What do you do if you are bitten or stung by a fire ant? How do you prevent fire ant bites?
The Differences Between Good and Bad Ladybugs
Most ladybugs are beneficial and good for the environment, but the Asian Lady Beetle can be a nuisance and cause harm.
Tips for Ridding Your Home of Those Pesky...
Boxelder Bugs are primarily a nuisance pest because they do not bite, sting or cause damage. But large numerous can be very intrusive and annoying, and can stain surfaces in the home.
Hobo Spiders
The hobo spider is one of only three truly poisonous spiders that are common to the U.S. Find out more about this spider -- and how to prevent and control it.
12 Things to Know about Boxelder Bugs
12 questions and answers about boxelder bugs and their control
The Most Common Cockroach Pests
Cockroaches are one of the most common -- and most disgusting of all insects. Two of the most common are the German cockroach and the American cockroach
Rats and Mice Spread Disease
Rodents can carry and spread numerous diseases and viruses. Find out what these and and how to control mice and rats.
Controlling Pests that Pester You. Part 6:...
Our survey showed that termites and carpenter ants are among the top pests that invade homes. Learn about these winged ants, their behaviors and control of termites and carpenter ants.
Controlling Citrus Mealybugs in the Garden and...
Citrus mealybugs, first identified in the U.S. in 1879 can infest and destroy greenhouse and outdoor crops of plant hosts such as Tulips, Cannas, Begonias, Narcissus and Coleus. Although absolute control is difficult, beneficial insects such as Mealybug Destroyer beetles can devastate pest populations when released into greenhouses or outdoors in temperate areas or during the warm seasons in colder climate zones.
Why do some ants have wings?
Questions and Answers about flying ants in your home, including carpenter ants and termites, and what to do.
Brown Recluse Spiders
The brown recluse is one of only three truly poisonous spiders that are common to the U.S. Find out more about this spider -- and how to prevent and control it.
Get Flying Ants Under Control with These 10 Tips
This article provides 10 important resources that provide information on carpenter ants and termites -- from why they fly to how to get rid of them.
Some Pests Are Attracted to Mulch
Mulches may attract pests depending on the specific pest infestation, the specific type of mulch used and the specific location(s) where the mulch is applied.
Managing Carpenter Ants Without Pesticides
Although they are slow to cause harm, carpenter ants can do serious damage to a home if they are not adequately controlled.
Simple, Effective Pantry Pest Control:...
What are those bugs, worms, and moths in your food? Indianmeal moths are a common pantry pest, but you can get rid of them yourself.
Top 12 Considerations in Hiring a Pest Control...
Sometimes it is better to hire a pest control professional than to try to do it yourself. This guide provides 12 things to consider in selecting a technician.
12 Steps to Prepare for Flea Control Service
Fleas may get onto your pets and into your home from the outdoors or from other animals that have fleas. If you choose to work with a pest control company for service, there are steps you will need to take to prepare.
Mice, Rats and Cockroaches in Restaurants
What are the rules for pests in food service facilities? Who regulates them? And what do you do if you do see a cockroach, rat, mouse or other pest while you are eating out?
The Filthy House Fly
Pest Identification: The House Fly
What You Would Do If a Friend's Home Had Bed Bugs
Poll response shows readers want information on bed bugs ... and this article provides just that.
Control of Food-Infesting Weevils
Call them flour bugs, weevils, or long-snout bugs, you don't want them in your food! Learn how to control these bugs in your food.
Controlling Pest Rabbits
With noses that twitch and tails gone fuzzy, rabbits can be adorable as pets or as one of the gathering at backyard feeders. However, they can wreak havoc on landscaping and gardens, feasting on a range of plants from young trees and broccoli to tree nuts, berries and herbs. Step inside in read more about rabbits as pests, their identification, prevention and control.
Poisonous Spiders
Most spiders of the U.S. are harmless, but the hobo spider, black widow spider, and brown recluse spider can be dangerous - but their bite can be prevented.
How to keep skunks away
How to control skunks and prevent them from seeking shelter in and around your home.
Safety When Using Indoor Pesticides
Safety tips when using indoor pesticides, insecticides, and rodenticides without hiring an exterminator. Regarding indoor pesticides, safety is the combination of how toxic a particular compound is and the amount of exposure non-target organisms to it. You can limit the amount of exposure you have to pesticides and insecticides. It is also important to read all instructions and labels on foggers and other indoor pesticides.
20 Questions about Bed Bugs
Top 20 FAQs on everything you wanted to know about Bed Bugs, Bed Bug Bites, Bed Bugs in your home, avoiding Bed Bugs when you travel, and controlling Bed Bugs
10 Tips to Keep Pests Out
Instead of waiting to go on the defense against an insect, rodent or bird that has entered your home, take the offense by implementing 10 steps to keeping pests out.
How To Keeping Firewood Pests Out of Stored...
Management of the firewood itself is the best way to control pests either living in the wood when the tree was cut or those that have moved into the wood since it has been stored.
What's the Difference Between Millipedes and...
What are centipedes and millipedes? How do I tell the difference? What do I do if they are in my home?
Bit by a Tick? How to Know - and What to Do
People often don't realize that they – or their pets – have been bitten unless the tick is seen after it has gorged itself and is swelled up to the size of a grape attached to the body or lying on the ground. So how do you know and what should you do?
Simple ways to rid of ants in the house
Having a problem with ants in your home? This article explains how to prevent, exclude, and control them!
The Problem With Rats
Rats in or around the home can cause damage and spread disease. What is the difference between the common rat species and how do you know if they are in your home?
How to keep carpenter bees from damaging your...
Carpenter bees can damage the soft woods of homes, but control and prevention of this destructive insect are relatively simple.
Get Rid of Stinky Odorous House Ants
Odorous house ants are very common pest of homes across the U.S. But don't crush them! Find out why and how to get rid of this and other small ants.
Food-Infesting Weevils and Their Control
Call them flour bugs, weevils, or long-snout bugs, you don't want them in your food! Learn about weevils and how to control them.
Get Rid of Chipmunks
Chipmunks can be a nuisance and cause damage to your plants and the foundation of your home. Learn more about this wildlife creature -- and how to control and get rid of chipmunks. (Part 2)
Insects that Heal
Insects have been used to cure a variety of illnesses since ancient times, and today's scientists are finding that bugs may be just cure that's missing.
Identifying and Controlling Stink Bugs
What is a stink bug and how do I keep it out of my house?
Identification, Prevention and Extermination of...
The basic on bed bugs: what they look like, how to detect bed bugs in furniture, prevent tips, and how to kill them.
Why Spiders Build Webs and More Fun Facts
Did you know ... spiders make the silk of their webs inside their bodies then spin it to capture insects and other prey for food. Read about this and more fun facts about spiders and their webs
Control Squirrels Around Your Home
Squirrels are a natural part of the environment, but they can become pests when they cause damage to residential structures, homes, or plant life. But there are ways to control them.
20 Questions about Bed Bugs, Part 2
Top 20 FAQs on everything you wanted to know about Bed Bugs, Bed Bug Bites, Bed Bugs in your home, avoiding Bed Bugs when you travel, and controlling Bed Bugs
Squirrels in Your House and How to Get Them Out
Has a squirrel ever gotten in your home? Want to know what to do if one does? This article provides humane ways to get squirrels out of the house, attic, or chimney.
Learning About the Pest - Important Facts About...
Rats may be associated with squalor and poverty but the truth is that they can flourish as well in a penthouse as they can in an outhouse. Some scientists speculate that mice evolved from rats to fit situations that did not require ferocity or large size, but instead offered shelter entered through small holes.
So You Want a Job in Pest Control?
What does a pest control worker do? How much does it pay? Am I qualified? Find out about the job of a pest control technician and see if it's something you may want to do.
Control Grasshopper Garden Damage
Grasshoppers are very mobile, so the best way to control grasshopper damage is to prevent the growth of populations.
How to Keep Pests Out of Your Pantry
Prevention and control techniques for pantry and stored product pest infestations.
Termite Facts
Did you know that termites cause more than a billion dollar in damage every year ... and other facts about this infamous, destructive pest.
What Is a Pavement Ant
Pest Identification: The Pavement Ant
Three Steps to Flea Control
Fleas that come in on your pets can cause intense irritation, can transmit disease, and can even hop onto and feed on humans. But they can be controlled. Learn how.
Did You Know - Some Cockroaches Can Fly?!
The Asian cockroach looks a lot like the German cockroach but has one significant difference: The Asian cockroach can fly! Read more about the recently introduced pest.
Keep Mosquitoes Away
There are many mosquito repellents on the market. What works? What doesn't? How do you protect yourself from those itching bites - and possible disease.
Field Ants Can Be Beneficial, But May Need to...
Field ants are one of the most common outdoor ants. Generally harmless, and even beneficial, high populations can need to be controlled.
What You Should (and Shouldn't) Do When You...
As tiny as they are, bed bugsare one of the most troublesome and difficult-to-control pests. But they can be controlled.
Ridding the Garden of Grasshoppers
Adult grasshoppers will eat almost any kind of vegetation in the home garden, using chewing mouthparts to munch on the leaves and flowers of young carrots, beans, corn, lettuce and onions. Unless their populations are very high, grasshoppers will usually be held in check by their natural predators; various beetles and their larvae, flies, birds, nematodes and fungus. Step inside to read more on managing and controlling these high-jumpers of the insect world.
Skunks warn you before they spray
What skunks look like, what skunks do, and why skunks spray noxious odors. And what you can and can't do about them in your state.
Your Top 10 Pest Control Articles of 2013
Ants? Rats? Spiders? Mice? What were the Top 10 Pest Control articles that drew the most attention in 2013?
Everything You Want to Know about Ticks
Ticks are active throughout the spring, summer, and fall, and their bite. They are an annoyance, but worse, their bite can cause disease. Read more about ticks and protecting against their bite.
Indoor Nuisance Weevils and Their Control
If you have weevils in your home, they may not get into your food, but they are still a nuisance. Find out what these are and how to control them.
How to Get Rid of Rats
Rats can be a big problem in the home. They can cause damage, contaminate food, and transmit disease, but they can be controlled. Find out how.
Controlling Slugs in the Garden
Slugs are a formidable foe in the garden. Able to re-grow their head, they are hermaphroditic, and nocturnal, munching on seedlings, young plants, Hostas and Delphiniums while we sleep. Slug eggs can lay dormant in moist soil for many years and adults can follow slime trails to the same feeding grounds night after night. So, control of slugs is an on-going battle in the garden but one that is very winnable with less toxic methods.
What Do Insects Do in Winter?
Many insects survive the winter by overwintering in various ways. Find out how and why insects do this and what problems can be caused when they emerge.
Identifying, Controlling and Preventing Common...
Squash are one of the most popular of vegetables. To fully enjoy the rich taste of squash regardless of the season, pick the summer varieties while the rind and seeds are still immature but leave their cooler weather cousins on the vines until they fully mature. Squash prefer well drained soil packed with organic matter. Mulch can be used to prevent water evaporation and to minimize disease. Not growing squash in the same garden area every year is helpful in squashing pests.
Identify and Control Fungus Gnats
Do you have tiny flying insects buzzing around your houseplants? They may be fungus gnats. Found out what these are and how to control them.
The Huntsman: The "Banana" Spider
Although not native to the U.S., the Huntsman spider has been found hiding out in cars, behind sun visors, and in crates of bananas. Learn more about this huge spider.
Black Widow Spiders
The black widow is one of only three truly poisonous spiders that are common to the U.S. Find out more about this spider -- and how to prevent and control it.
Everything You Need to Know About Bed Bugs
Steps to take to help prevent bed bugs from coming into your home - and what to do if they already have.
10 Top Tips for Control of Firewood Insects
A wood-burning stove or fireplace can bring a great deal of warmth, comfort and pleasing aesthetics into a home. But the firewood brought in for that fire can also bring with it bugs and other pests.
The Cute but Deadly Deer Mouse
As cute as it appears to be, the deer mouse (Peromyscus maniculatus) is in actuality a very deadly creature.
Getting Rid of Snakes by Cleaning Up the Yard...
Snakes have been either worshipped or reviled for centuries and usually do not bite unless cornered, handled or stepped-on. Despite the fact that snakes are predators of rodents, lizards and frogs, many persons consider snakes to be pests and do not want them in the garden or yard. For them, this article outlines a few simple yard maintenance ideas to limit the local snake population.
Non-Chemical Control of Plant Pests: Spider Mites
Spider mites are damaging plant pests, but they can be controlled through non-chemical means.
Preventing Scale Insects from Infesting Plants
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Winged, Flying Ant and Termite FAQs
How do you tell the difference between termites and ants? Are winged, flying ants a problem? What should I do if I see one? This article answers these frequently asked questions and more.
All About Winged, Flying Ants
Why do some ants have wings? What does it mean if you see them in your home? Find out all about winged, flying ants and termites.
8 Questions and Answers about Deer Mice
Deer mice and known to carry and transmit hantavirus to humans. Find out more FAQs about this cute but deadly mouse.
Pantry Pests: Indianmeal Moths in Food
What are those bugs, worms, and moths in your food? Indianmeal moths are a common pantry pest, but you can get rid of them yourself.
The Skunk and the Dog
If you have ever had a run-in with a skunk, you will want to read this hilarious article on how one woman dealt with The Skunk and The Dog
The Tarantula: A Docile, Not Deadly, Spider
Tarantulas can be as large as 12 inches in size, but tarantulas are not deadly. Read more about tarantulas.
More Common Cockroaches
Cockroaches are one of the most common -- and the most disgusting pests. Two common cockroaches are the oriental cockroach and the brownbanded cockroach.
What You Would Do If a Friend's Home Had Bed...
Part 2 of poll response shows readers want information on bed bugs ... and this article provides just that.
Understand the Signs of Termite Infestation and...
Although nearly 4,000 species of termites exist, with 400 of these classified as Pests, the primary termite species affecting humans are Subterranean and Drywood. The primary difference between the two types of termite is that the Drywood species can live with only the moisture inherent or trapped in wood, while Subterranean termites require added moisture from the soil or from water leaks.
Getting Rid of Argentine Ants
Ants are the most abundant of all social insects, with an estimated 1 Quadrillion (15 Zeroes), of them on earth at any one given time. They live in colonies with 3 distinct castes: workers, Queens and males, each with specific functions within the colony.
Something Is Stealing My Mouse Bait!
Had you ever set a mousetrap and had the bait disappear without the trap going off? It could be a rat, a cricket, or even a slug stealing your bait!
Termites: Identification and Management
Termites have six well defined legs, straight antennae and thick waists. Subterranean species feed on wood, eating between the grain and filling the void with dirt. They require moisture and their nest must contact the soil. Conversely, drywood termite species live above the ground, cut across the grain of wood and do not fill the void with dirt.
Black Fly Bites and Control
Black flies bite - and it hurts. But you can prevent it. Find out more about black flies, prevention and control.
Control of Indoor Nuisance Weevils
If you have weevils in your home, they may not get into your food, but they are still a nuisance. Find out how to get rid of these bugs and keep them out.
Controlling Cockroaches
Cockroaches may be disgusting! But they can be controlled. Following are some tips for control ...
Detect Tomato Diseases by Using This Step by...
Tomatoes can be susceptible to a plethora of diseases, their symptoms visible as spottted, yellow, curled or wilted leaves, fruit with rotted ends, spots or covered in white mildew or stems that are stunted, cracked or filled with holes. Following a step-by-step method can lead to easy, early detection before the disease consumes the tomato plant or spreads throughout the garden.
Managing the Moth Fly
A common household pest, moth flies are most often seen buzzing around drains - thus their common name: drain fly. Though they can become quite a nuisance, they can be managed.
How to Keep Thrips Out of Your Garden
Found in a rainbow of North American plants from avocadoes to beans, onions, citrus trees and market flowers, thrips are tiny insects,(fringed-winged individuals are hard to see without a magnifying glass)and those species that are plant feeders can scar leaf, flower or fruit surfaces with silvery speckling when they puncture and suck out the cell's content.
Expert Recommendations for Termite Prevention
Once termites invade your home, it almost always requires professional treatment. However, there are a number of things you can do to help reduce the chance of termite infestation.
Bats and Bat Control
Dispelling myths and telling the realities of bats and their control.
Keep Squirrels From Stealing Bird Seed from...
Squirrels often steal food from bird feeders. Here are 10 Tips on keeping them out of yours.
9 Tips for Squirrel Control
Squirrels can be cute, but they can also cause damage and scare away songbirds. Discover 9 answers to squirrel habits and control.
Fascinating Facts about Carpenter Bees
Carpenter bees can nest in and damage soft wood of your home. But how do you know if the bee you see is a carpenter bee, a honey bee, or a bumble bee?
Control Spiders in the Home
This article explains how to take control and get rid of spiders in your home.
Cockroaches: See How to Control Them
Five videos showing a variety of methods of cockroach control – from organic to drowning to manufacturer recommendations.
Control Ant Budding
When an ant colony gets too crowded, some ants will take their group and walk out to start a new colony. Find out more about these ants - and how to control them.
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