Birds landing on your fence and roof can be a massive nuisance. Their droppings look obscene and can carry parasites. Birds make a lot of noise in the early morning and at other times of the day. Every day, I get emails from desperate homeowners who feel like they have no idea how to get birds to leave their home
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Many people focus on the need for pesticides in gardens and crops. But what if you have pests in your home? You don’t want to use something in your living space that may be made from dangerous chemicals. After all, you value your family’s health and well-being above everything. That is why you are thinking of choosing natural pesticides. So,
Ants in the house are a common, annoying problem for people all over the world. Though there are lots of different species to deal with, they all have some basic reasons why they may invade your house. If you know how you’re attracting ants to your house, you can take steps to prevent them from coming in. So, what are
If you need to use pesticides, you might be confused as to which one you should choose. As you can tell, there is a lot of talk about “going green”, and whether you should use natural or synthetic pesticides. I get questions all the time from people who are confused whether one choice is better and safer than the other.
There are many ways to repel birds including the use of homemade sprays, commercially-made sprays, visual repellents, shiny objects, and obstacles. How do you keep birds away? Placing objects that distract or scare the birds are some of the most effective solutions. Setting a decoy of an owl near your garden should keep birds from perching or nesting in the
Depending on where you live, you may be facing a major problem with lizards invading your home. Many people are afraid of lizards, and worry about being bitten by one. This is because many people falsely believe all lizards are venomous. While most don’t have a deadly bite, there are still a lot of reasons why you don’t want to
Is your yard covered in bird droppings, feathers, and other related nuisances? Unwanted birds can be unsightly and disgusting pests. If you have a bird problem, chances are you feel like you have tried everything at this point with little to no success. And when you see other people turning to solutions such as repellent gel, it make you wonder
When you are dealing with a bed bug infestation, a trap may seem like the easiest solution. Placing traps is an affordable option, but may not always solve your problem. So, are bed bug traps effective? Most traps are ineffective at getting rid of bed bugs. Live traps are typically only effective for mild bed bug infestations. Traps are unlikely
Of all the pests that plague human beings, bed bugs tend to cause the most horror. After all, we’re talking about an insect that lives in your mattress and sucks your blood while you sleep. The creep factor increases when you realize you can pick them up from just about anywhere, and they spread quickly, too. It’s no wonder that
Mosquitos are common pests in most parts of the world. They find their way indoors through open windows and doors and rest in dark, hidden areas until night, their chosen time to bite. Mosquito bites itch and may cause a rash from an allergic reaction to the mosquito’s saliva. So, how do you stop mosquito bites from itching? First, you
Mosquitoes, in spite of their minuscule stature, are one of the most dangerous insects on the planet. According to the World Health Organization, there are about 500 million mosquito-related cases reported and more than 2 million deaths annually. So, are plug-in mosquito repellents safe? There are two types of plug-in repellents; one that uses chemicals that evaporates into the air
Getting rid of bed bugs can be one of the hardest pests to control. You may think it would be as easy as applying pesticides to the infested area or throwing away objects that serve as their home, but it isn’t that simple. In almost all cases, hiring a professional will be the best option. So, how does pest control