5 Residential Pest Management Tips in Spring

Posted on: 3 May 2018

During winter, pests tend to enter into a dormant state because of the freezing temperatures. However, in spring, critters such as spiders, mosquitoes, ants and termites come out of hiding to feed, reproduce and seek shelter in homes. Homeowners should be watchful of the transition period from cold to warm months because it is the time when pest infestation is rampant. Here are some pest management tips during spring that homeowners might find useful. [Read More]

Australia's Top Five Deadly Spiders

Posted on: 8 March 2018

Although people tend to run into more trouble with insects in Australia than they do with spiders, these creatures maintain a reputation for deadliness across the country despite low fatality rates. Nonetheless, when you come into contact with spiders in your home or in your garden, you should proceed with caution. Call in a spider control expert to remove any that you have identified as being in the most deadly category. [Read More]

Why Commercial Pest Control Is Critical For Your Business Premises

Posted on: 25 January 2018

People will typically think of pest control services as a residential maintenance measure, but primarily this is because you live in your residence. It by no means means that commercial premises are immune to this scourge. In fact, business premises tend to be vulnerable to pests since not much care is put into preventive measures. Thus, if you neglect to keep pests out, then they inevitably will begin to breed in hard to access areas and will possibly go unnoticed since employees do not live on the premises. [Read More]

What You Should Know About Commercial Treatment of Bedbugs

Posted on: 28 November 2017

A few decades ago, a bedbug infestation was associated with dirty motels and residential homes. However, today, bedbugs can be found in the healthcare sector, public transportation, schools, and practically everywhere you find people. Unfortunately, these menacing bugs are not attracted by dirt or lack of hygiene. They can be found anywhere and can be transferred very quickly by one person. Unlike residential bedbug infestation where you can sometimes buy a few insecticides and cover the mattresses with a plastic cover, commercial bedbug infestation is much more severe. [Read More]