Bugs and wildlife can crash your summer camping trip and turn it into a nightmare. Plan ahead to prevent these pests.
It may sound crazy but you shouldn’t kill spiders you find in your home. Although many people are afraid of spiders, the majority of species aren’t threats to humans.
It’s a fresh, new year, which means many people are just beginning to embark on their New Year’s resolution journey. While every individual may have their own personal goals, Braman Termite & Pest Elimination encourages homeowners to make a shared commitment to diligent pest-proofing throughout the year.
Mosquitoes spread disease, a fact that was driven home for us during the outbreak of the Zika virus in 2016, when over 5,000 symptomatic cases were reported in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
In recognition of National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, June 25–July 1, Braman Termite & Pest Elimination reminds homeowners that they can take steps to reduce the mosquito population right at home.
Gone are the days when mosquitoes were associated only with the irksomely itchy welts that accompanied their bite. Today, we know there are far worse associations to make with these blood-sucking pests, such as the health threats they pose to us humans in our daily lives—even in our own backyards.
This summer there has been a lot of Zika buzz (pun intended). Whether we are talking about the Olympics or the dangers inherent in attending a garden party, Zika is a topic of conversation. This is even more true if you work in the pest control industry.