If you own a boat, then summer is probably your favorite time of year. You look forward to the warm weather because you know that as soon as the weather gets warm enough you are able to take your vessel out onto the wide-open water and enjoy the beautiful summer day with your family and friends.
However, the last thing that you want to do before you are able to enjoy a fun-filled day is removing annoying pests from your boat, and in many states, one of the most common pests you will have to deal with at the boat dock is spiders.
In some regions, you may have to worry about more than those little pests that can interfere with your true enjoyment of your home, such as ants and flies. You can also find yourself dealing with those medium-sized pests as well, such as racoons and skunks. In some regions you can even find yourself worrying about very large pests like deer, bears, and mountain lions. This short guide will offer you some tips on dealing with all three types of pests.
As a business owner, you want to do everything you can to keep your building pest-free. Hiring a commercial pest control company is one of the best ways to do this. If you are looking to hire a company for the first time, you will want to call various companies and get quotes. As you do so, you may start to wonder why the price you are quoted varies from the prices that other companies or business are quoted.
Even if you have a place in your heart for every animal on Earth, addressing a rodent problem humanely, by not killing them, may not be in your best interest. Mice breed throughout the year, with a quick gestation period and large litters possible, so by the time you catch a couple of them, their relatives have bred and spread all over your home. Beyond the annoyance of hearing mice around your home and being startled when you run into one, they can be very hazardous to your health and that of your children and pets.
Cockroaches have been around for over 300 million years, and there are no signs of them vanishing any time soon. The good news is that there are only 30 species out of an estimated 3,500 that are adapted to invading human homes. The bad news? You're probably dealing with one out of those 30 species right now.
After trying an assortment of traps, sprays, home remedies, and even a thorough stomping or two, it may seem impossible to get an ongoing infestation under control.