Lyme disease affects people (and pets) of all ages, and is commonly found in children, older adults and in those who spend time outdoors working or in other activities, such as firefighters and park rangers, with higher exposure to ticks.
Natasha 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. Natasha says as long as there are humans, they will need pest control.
Bed bugs are among those pests people may associate with unclean or “seedy” accommodations. The fact is, even the most luxurious bed in the highest quality hotel isn’t immune to an infestation.
Because of their tiny size and ease of mobility, fleas and ticks can be difficult to find and eradicate once they’ve been smuggled inside your home.
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Many of these critters stay active over the winter, often looking for warm places like attics and basements in homes and businesses for protection.
Since many of these critters may carry rabies or diseases, we recommend contacting a pest professional for assistance, rather than risking your—or your customer’s—health by trapping them on your own.
Bats, rats and spiders may make the perfect holiday decorations, but their real-life counterparts are no treat for homeowners. They don’t ring the doorbell before trying to come in, but by taking a few steps of prevention, you can lock them out and keep your fall nightmare-free.
If your industry is subject to third party audits for pest control, see how we make it part of our business to stay on top of the requirements for your business.
A pest infestation—anything from mice and rats to bed bugs or termites—can be the beginning of the end of a business, which is why choosing the right pest control partner is so important.
Don’t let your home become a refuge for pests seeking shelter from cooling fall temperatures. Put these pest prevention tips into practice today.