Our pest control blog keeps you up to date with the latest news and industry trends. Through our extensive knowledge of pests, this Braman blog will ensure you have the tools to prevent and remove pests.
Natasha Wright, Technical Director
Natasha, our pest management blog expert, is a board-certified entomologist and a member of the Entomological Society of America. She earned her bachelor’s degree in entomology at the University of Florida in 2009 and received her master’s degree in entomology at the University of Arkansas in 2013.
Our handy month-by-month guide (and century plus of experience) will help you keep critters at bay.
We know talking about pest control doesn’t add to the holly, jolly spirit of the season, but even worse is an actual infestation.
We share tips to deter these invaders, and advice about when to call in our experts.
While fallen trees and flooded streets are the most visible results of summer storms, another consequence often goes unnoticed: an influx of pests.
May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month—the perfect time to discuss pests that can enter your home and trigger respiratory reactions.
Preventing a termite infestation is easier than treating one, so it’s essential to avoid drawing this pest toward your house with easy access to moisture and wood.
If you’ve already experienced a setback on your diet or gym goals this year, don’t worry too much—it happens to all of us. But if you made a pest-proofing resolution in 2023, we can help you stick to it, so your home remains well-protected throughout the year.
Though beautiful, wreaths, garlands, firewood and trees can carry a plethora of pests into your home.
Left unchecked, two mice can become 5,000 in a year.
In this blog, we explain what to look for and how we can help you put pantry pests to rest in your home.
Many pests pose threats to both health and property, so exclusion is key.
While we humans may slow down when temps rise, some pests become busier than ever.
Ants pose health and property risks as they destroy wood and contaminate food items in homes and businesses.
Summer vacation is just around the corner, and while most travelers are thinking about fun in the sun, one lurking pest may be lying in wait.
While mosquitoes and ticks are a nuisance, they also have the ability to transmit dangerous diseases.
With a variety of pests reemerging after a long winter, now is the perfect time to recognize the professional pest management industry for its ongoing role in protecting public health, food and property from threats posed by pests.
Spring is almost here—the days are getting longer, colorful flowers are beginning to bloom and, unfortunately, termites are about to seek out new nesting spaces.
It’s not just humans that have rituals such as Valentine’s Day to express love for one another—common pests employ their own unique methods of showing their romantic interest year-round.
Snow, ice, wind and rain can easily damage your property, opening new entry points in your home for pests seeking refuge from the cold.
It’s the jolliest time of the year unless your cheer is ruined by a holiday-related pest problem.