Living in a residence that is infested with rodents can be quite disheartening. Nevertheless, home owners typically do not realise that they have an infestation on their hands, as these critters are quite discreet. It is only when their colony is significantly large that you will start to see faecal pellets, which would indicate you have rats or mice. If you spot this sign, it is prudent to check for other warnings of an infestation including gnawed cables, damage to furniture, faecal matter in your HVAC vents and more.
24 April 2017
Nobody likes to share their home with pests, but these annoying insects or animals usually make their way into homes anyway. Maintaining good hygiene and sanitation is key to keeping pests out of your home. Here's what you can do to keep your home pest-free. Do not make food easily accessible for pests Like humans, pests need food to survive. A common mistake that many homeowners make is to make food easily accessible for pets.
28 March 2017
Most people don't mind the odd spider hanging around the house. After all, they do help keep bugs and flies to a minimum. However, some spiders, such as the white-tailed spider, are nocturnal hunters that roam in search of prey. On occasion, this can lead to an uncomfortable face-to-face meeting as a spider mistakenly lowers itself from the ceiling to the ground. If, like around 55% of women and 18% of men in western society, you have an intense fear of spiders (arachnophobia), then seeing a spider dangling above your face while you lie in bed might result in many a sleepless night.
9 March 2017