Radon, an invisible, odorless, and tasteless naturally occurring radioactive gas, is generated by the decay of uranium in soil and rocks. It can infiltrate your home through cracks and openings in the foundation. Prolonged exposure to elevated radon levels can pose significant health risks, underscoring the importance of conducting a radon level test in your home. 1. Radon Is a Silent Killer Radon can cause lung cancer. It's a silent killer because it gives no immediate symptoms to homeowners of its presence, making it even more dangerous as it can accumulate in homes undetected over time.
21 August 2023
Fleas are a type of pest that is difficult to deal with. These pests may be all over your home without you even realizing it at all. The pests are very tiny and can go unnoticed in your home for some time until they are biting you all over your body, and your pets are also getting bit by these pests as well. Fleas can be quite irritating when they are biting you and the bites can be very itchy.
18 July 2023
Pest damage can lead to thousands of dollars of damage, especially if it goes uncontrolled on a property. Identifying the need for pest control services quickly is a good way to protect property and health. You need to know how to determine if there is a problem, though. These six tips will point you in the right direction. Wood Chips of Sawdust Many bests chew through or burrow into wood. Mice will gnaw holes to create access points.
7 June 2023
Every responsible homeowner knows that keeping termites off their property is vitally important, but unfortunately, termites can appear in the areas you least expect. In many cases, termites find their way into laundry rooms. These voracious insects can do severe damage to any wooden structures in your laundry room and must be found and eradicated as quickly as possible. Why Are Termites Attracted To Laundry Rooms? The average homeowner doesn't spend much time in their laundry room, and that is one of the main reasons termites are likely to turn laundry rooms into their homes.
20 April 2023
Your house has a lot of wood in it. There's wood in the skeleton of your home as well as in your doors, window frames, and many other places. All that wood is useful and may be attractive, but it also puts your house at risk for certain pests like termites. They like to live in and eat wood, so if they can get to the wood in your house, they will.
21 March 2023
During the winter months, you may be used to having to keep an eye on your house to make sure that there are no cockroach or termite infestations. Since you do not readily see any insects crawling around, you may believe that your house is pest-free. However, there may be pests lurking in your house that you may not be aware of if a professional does not inspect it. Below are a couple of reasons why you should have a pest control professional perform an inspection of your home during the winter months.
13 February 2023
If you hate the cold temperatures of winter, you may look forward to your warm, cozy home to get away from the frigid weather. Unfortunately, just like you, insects and rodents hate the cold and are looking for a warm home for the winter — your house. Even if you do not see any signs of insects or rodents, this does not mean that they will not try to gain entry into your house as the temperatures continue to drop.
21 December 2022