Buzz Off! 4 Tips for Preventing Bee Infestations in Your Home

Posted on: 19 September 2016

Australia is home to over 1,500 different species of bees, and according to Australian Geographic, many of these are deadlier than the country's widely-feared spider population. Local councils across Australia rightly recommend that homeowners engage licensed pest controllers to remove bee hives. However, as the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, and there are a number of steps that households can take to prevent bees from taking hold on their properties. [Read More]

Bird Mite Bites Irritating Your Sensitive Skin? The Pigeons Have To Go!

Posted on: 21 June 2016

While there are no official statistics regarding sensitive skin in Australia, it is estimated that approximately half of this country's females have a skin sensitivity issue. You already know that some environmental factors can affect your skin, but as someone who has recently started having a new skin flare, it is time to look for the culprit. One skin irritation factor you may not have previously considered is pigeons. So, before you put up with too much more scratching, these are the facts you need to know. [Read More]

Treating Drywood Termites in Your Home

Posted on: 29 March 2016

Drywood termites are a nuisance you don't want to tolerate in your home because they are very destructive. These types of termites can completely destroy your furniture and other wooden structures and items in your home. Unfortunately, you may not easily identify the infestation of these termites until they reach the exterior of your wooden structures.  Drywood treatment options target either the entire affected structure/house or a particular area, furniture or wooden material that is infested. [Read More]

2 Products Under $5 For Removing A Slug Infestation

Posted on: 25 January 2016

Often, you may not know that your home has a slug problem. This is because the slugs will usually come out of hiding at night to feed. During the day, slugs will hide in small crevices; whether that is under your floorboards, in a crack, or even under your oven. Because of this, it is hard to see them unless it is at night. As the slugs move across your floor, they release a slimy mucus. [Read More]