Patriot Day Week Pest Control Links Round-Up
12 Ways To Honor 9/11
September 11, 2001 will always be a tragic day in American history, but in the years since the attacks, it has become a day to honor the victims and survivors by doing good. We’ve proven as a country, that good things can come after disaster. It’s been 12 years since that tragic September day, so here are 12 ways we can honor the victims of 9/11. Moreâ€¦
Bed Bugs: What To Do If You Get An Infestation From A Hotel
Bed bugs can and will ruin your vacation. And, if you bring them home accidentally, it is an expensive fix to get them out of your home. But what is your recourse? Can you get a refund on your room? Will the hotel pay for your home’s treatment and other expenses related to the bed bugs? Moreâ€¦
Termites are Swarmingâ€“Protect Your Home Now
Here’s a very informative video on swarming termites from Thrasher Pest Control. Moreâ€¦
Summer Spider Control
For a few spider prevention tips, click here.
How Do You Get Rid of Roaches?
Hear a few funny responses some school kids gave when asked â€œhow do you get rid of roaches?â€ Moreâ€¦
The Pest Of The Week: The Oriental Cockroach
What most people in the Southern United States call a â€œwaterbugâ€ is officially called the Oriental Cockroach. They are referred to as â€œwaterbugsâ€ because they are frequently found in drains, sewers, sprinkler system boxes, etc.; anywhere there is water. These roaches cannot survive long without the water.
Reaching lengths of well over 1 ½ inches, the Oriental cockroach is one of the biggest species of cockroach in the country. Despite having huge wings (in the male species), the cockroaches are actually poor flyers. They have a glossy dark brown color, and are found in the southern U.S, Midwest, and Northwest.
Oriental Cockroaches are some of the dirtiest insects found on the planet; eating trash and spreading disease. The roaches will each just about anything, but love to feed on the dead and decaying carcasses of animals. In addition to eating all sorts of garbage, Oriental Cockroaches spread pathogens like E. coli. Avoid Oriental Cockroach infestations by enlisting professional roach control from a reputable pest management company.