As we move further into spring and eventually transition into the summer months, termite activity will increase in the form of termite swarms. Unfortunately, the presence of swarms does not mean that termites are just now showing up in your immediate environment.
Four seasons pest control approach: What does that really mean?
Charlottes beautiful climate and pleasant temperatures not only make it a wonderful home for people, but also make it desirable to all sorts of pests. With each new season comes new changes and challenges.
The remarkable bee brain: Why humans and bees may share the same love for novelty-seeking activities
Bee adventurers go the extra mile for the survival of their colonies. In bee hives, only certain bees leave hives to hunt for new food sources and to find new accommodations once populations outgrow their current hives.
As temps cool this holiday season, rodents and pests may find your home an inviting location to settle in for a long winters nap. Truly Nolen takes a look at the history of the mousetrap, as we wish you a very happy and healthy holiday season.
The holidays can call for very hectic traveling schedules for many people. Hotel rooms, fold out couches, airport benches, extended family living quarters and a friend of a friends man cave may be some of the exciting destinations holiday travelers will experience this winter.
Over 4,000 species exist worldwide, with one species or another either creeping around in your basement, flying right at you, dropping on you from trees and ceilings in the dark of night or others scattering in throngs of thousands, when caught invading your kitchen, cockroaches are one of our most terrifying pests.