Everyone loves the family dog or cat. But the fleas that often come with them are not so welcome. Even the cleanest of homes can be susceptible to fleas as they come in on pets’ fur. If your neighbor’s yard has a flea infestation, your pet and home can be vulnerable to one as well. Knowing what to look for is vital in stopping a problem before it gets way out of hand.
Black Widow Spiders can be a scary and dangerous pest around your home. This being said, if you know what to look for and how to react if you encounter one, you can possibly avoid the severe negative ramifications.
Bees and wasps have venomous stings which produce a variety of symptoms ranging from minor pain to fatal allergic reactions.
Cockroaches are not only an embarrassment but they also carry out high potential health implications. According to research, they can spread up to 33 kinds of bacteria and human pathogens. Their legs can easily pick up several kinds of germs and parasitic worms.
Mice and roof rats will try to gain access to your home for several reasons. Whether escaping the frigid cold, predators, or the extreme heat, once you have them inside your house it is important to identify this issue before it is too late. Besides causing damage to the home, they can spread germs and disease. Here are 5 signs you have a mouse/roof rat problem in your home.