Pests are a nuisance. They destroy property, endanger people’s health, and cost a lot of money to eliminate. Pest infestations can cause even more trouble because it complicates the relationship between landlords and tenants. Dealing with pests in a rental property is never easy because determining who should be responsible can be a problem. Landlords
Beetles can be detrimental pests to homes and gardens because they feed on crops, natural and animal fibers, and feathers. As the weather gets colder, beetles of all kinds look for places to burrow and nest for the winter. Beetles crawl into cracks and crevices of rocks, trees and bark. They can find winter nesting
Ant infestations happen all year long. If not treated in a timely manner, a small ant problem can quickly turn into a big ant issue. Noticing the early signs of an ant infestation is critical. Ant infestations are a serious problem for homeowners in the metro-Atlanta area. Seeking help from a professional ant pest control
Kinds Of Cockroaches In a great majority of the United States, there are three kinds of cockroach species that are considered major pests. These species are often known as German, American and Oriental cockroaches. The German cockroach is the most frequently encountered roach species within homes and businesses in the state of Georgia. Other common
Termite infestations are one thing that every homeowner hates to deal with. In Georgia, termite invasions are amongst the highest in the United States. In fact, it is estimated that as many as 1 in 5 homes in Georgia either has been or will be attacked by termites. With that being said, there are no
3 min read LAST UPDATED 9/6/18 Let’s be serious. Not many people actually like spiders. Even if some spiders are completely harmless little critters, nobody wants spiders lurking around the inside of their home. Autumn has arrived, and along with cooler weather and beautiful fall foliage comes the inevitable invasion of spiders in Atlanta homes.