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
We tend to think of squirrels as cute, fuzzy, and generally harmless. However, squirrels can cause very serious problems for homeowners and can be a tough riddance. It’s important to learn signs of squirrels in your home to prevent a squirrel infestation in your attic or roof. Squirrel Control in Georgia Squirrels are one of
Some bugs get a bad rap from time to time. But what about an untruthful rap? Turns out, we’ve been hearing some false statements regarding bugs and pest control for years. For example, earwigs have always gotten an untruthful rap. Since ancient times, people believed earwigs crawled into people’s ears to lay eggs. This isn’t true!
It’s no secret that bugs thrive in the summer season. But don’t let the pests ruin your summer months! Bugs like mosquitoes, cockroaches, ants, and spiders can all show up as a side effect of Georgia’s hot summers. These unwanted summer guests are not only a nuisance, but they can cause immense damage to your home
It’s winter, so that means pests will hibernate and leave us alone… right? Unfortunately, no. While during winter months you may notice less rodent and insect activity, that doesn’t necessarily mean that pests go away during the winter. Some pests enter hibernation mode, and other pests, like mice and squirrels, can stay active all winter
Autumn depicts time of rebirth and new beginnings. The wavering winds, chromatic colors, brisk morning breezes… everything surrounding fall is refreshing. Except one thing, dun, dun, dun… Rodents inside your home! Nobody wants Master Splinter entering their home. Ever. But rodents choose to seek shelter inside our homes during cooler fall and winter months. These
As many Georgia residents know, summers in the South can be brutal. In July, the temperature and humidity is both high, which brings plenty of bugs and unwanted pests. Mosquitoes here are infamous and cannot only be a nuisance but also a serious health hazard. In addition, fleas and ticks can be a huge problem