Posted on: 24 February 2021
According to a study, Americans spend over $5 billion annually to address termite damage. Most home insurance policies don't cover termite damage; therefore, it's essential to beware of the signs of termites in your home. Detecting the presence of termites ear

Posted on: 10 February 2021
No matter what the outside of your house is made of, the odds are that your house has a wooden skeleton. That wooden skeleton makes it vulnerable to things like termites. The termites can undermine the beams and load-bearing walls of your home, which can event

Posted on: 13 January 2021
Building a new home is a common way for many people to craft the living environment that they want without having to do a lot of searching. However, even these new homes can be potentially prone to termite invasion if they aren't careful with protecting it pro

Posted on: 30 December 2020
Does your yard have a pest problem? Before you schedule lawn treatment for insects or other invaders, take a look at the top questions homeowners have answered. What Types of Pests Invade Lawns? Do you know what type of pest is in your yard? Common invaders yo

Posted on: 18 November 2020
Bed bugs are stubborn pests — there's no doubt about that. However, part of what is perceived as them being stubborn or persistent is often people not knowing how to best manage them. In spite of their best intentions, many homeowners make one or more of the f

Posted on: 2 November 2020
Raccoons in the attic can be a major issue. They are drawn there for shelter, but they will quickly make it their permanent home if you don't remove them promptly. 1. Locate All Possible Entrances Raccoons seldom depend on only one entrance to access an attic

Posted on: 22 October 2020
Raccoons may be cute with their masked faces and tiny hands, but they are also quite a nuisance when they decide to move onto your land full-time. They carry rabies, can get aggressive with dogs and cats, and have been known to pry trash cans open, creating bi