How to Get Rid of Spiders: 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Spiders: 3 Steps

As the weather cools, spiders emerge in larger numbers in search of mates, making human-spider encounters much more common. In other words, over the next few months you’ll probably see more spiders than you have all year long.
September 15, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
How to Get Rid of Fire Ants: 3 Family-Safe Steps

How to Get Rid of Fire Ants: 3 Family-Safe Steps

Most types of common ants are little more than annoying, but fire ants are a much more significant problem.
June 09, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
Trillions of Cicadas Are Coming: Here's How to Get Ready

Trillions of Cicadas Are Coming: Here's How to Get Ready

In a few days or weeks, over a trillion Cicadas are expected to swarm the U.S., with as many as 1.5 million of these buzzing, bug-eyed creatures expected per acre.
May 12, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
How to Get Rid of Gnats: 3 Family-Safe Steps

How to Get Rid of Gnats: 3 Family-Safe Steps

Gnat is a general term for a variety of small two-winged flies, including fruit flies, fungus gnats, drain flies, midges and more.  Here's how to kill, repel, and prevent gnats both inside and outside your home.
April 30, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
How to Make Your Deck & Fencing Last Longer: 3 Quick Tips

How to Make Your Deck & Fencing Last Longer: 3 Quick Tips

outdoor wood projects like fencing and decks take a lot of time and work to maintain. There are just so many elements in play that threaten both the lifespan and look of woodwork exposed to the elements.
April 14, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
How to Get Rid of Bagworms: 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Bagworms: 3 Steps

Are your trees yellowing? Are branches dying? Shrubs not looking so healthy? Bagworms could be the cause. And if they’re to blame, you’ll need to act quickly to save your lawn’s greenery and trees.
April 07, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
How to Get Rid of Drain Flies:  3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Drain Flies: 3 Steps

Also called sink flies, these grayish moth-like annoyances can stick around for a long time if you don’t act fast.
February 14, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
Categories: Bugs & Pest Control
Do This Now for Fewer Bugs in Spring: 3 Family-Safe Steps

Do This Now for Fewer Bugs in Spring: 3 Family-Safe Steps

Below we’ll show you exactly how to keep bugs out of your lawn and home, and away from your family and pets. With the following step-by-step tips you’ll be able to avoid the expense, time, and effort of getting rid of spring bugs once they arrive by preventing them instead.
February 02, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
How to Get Rid of Pantry Moths (aka Indianmeal Moths): 3 Steps

How to Get Rid of Pantry Moths (aka Indianmeal Moths): 3 Steps

They hitch a ride into your home hidden inside dry goods like rice, flour, pasta, seeds, nuts, dog food, cereal and grains. You might not notice them at first, but slowly webs, eggs, and worm-like caterpillars will start showing up in your pantry.
January 19, 2021 — Jonathan Patrick
Categories: Bugs & Pest Control
6 Pests that Could be Living in Your Gutters and How to Get Rid of Them

6 Pests that Could be Living in Your Gutters and How to Get Rid of Them

Gutter systems are one of the biggest breeding and nesting spots for bugs near our homes. If you feel you're constantly struggling with bugs, knowing the pests below and how to get rid of them could make all the difference. 
December 16, 2020 — Jonathan Patrick
Don't Let Bugs Ruin Your Holidays: 5 Tips for a Bug-Free Holiday Season

Don't Let Bugs Ruin Your Holidays: 5 Tips for a Bug-Free Holiday Season

Unfortunately, if you’re removing decorations from storage or buying a Christmas tree, you're going to encounter bugs, whether you notice them or not.
Don’t want spiders, beetles, mites, or other creepy crawlies over for the holidays? Us either. Here’s how to make sure it doesn’t happen to you.
December 10, 2020 — Jonathan Patrick
How to Get Rid of Crickets: 3 Simple Steps

How to Get Rid of Crickets: 3 Simple Steps

When it comes to crickets there’s one surprising fact most people don’t know: they’re bad for our health. Sure, they don’t normally bite, but crickets and their waste are known to spread severe illnesses, including salmonella and E.coli.
November 17, 2020 — Jonathan Patrick