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Are your kids headed back to school? Did you know they can bring pests home at the end of the day? And we’re not just talking about lice… we’re talking about pests like cockroaches and bed bugs. Yikes!
Schools present a complex and unique environment when it comes to pest control, primarily because:
The back-to-school season is a busy time of year; so busy that it’s easy for humans to forget that pests are busy, too!
Schools provide many common pests with everything they need to thrive, and when the cold weather arrives, pests are eager to get inside for warmth. When it comes to school pest control, everyone in the building (especially staff and adult volunteers) should be on the lookout for the signs and symptoms of common classroom pests, but how do you make sure everyone is on the same page?
Spiders can be a severe nuisance to homeowners, not just because they’re creepy, but because they like to leave sticky webs all over homes…both inside and outside! If you have noticed an issue with spiders around your Utah property (or any property for that matter), there are a number of easy, low-cost solutions you can use to get rid of them. Just be prepared: spider control is an ongoing effort!
As the days get shorter and the weather turns colder, it is not uncommon to notice more spiders in and around your home or building. While this may be alarming at first, you can have some peace of mind that most spiders are not dangerous, and the ones that pose a threat prefer to stay safely hidden. So, why are there so many spiders in the fall, and what can you do to keep spiders and their webs away from your house?
Are there bats in Utah? If you spend time outside during the autumn evenings, you probably know the answer to this question, as it is not uncommon to see bats flapping around in the moonlight on crisp fall evenings. Should you be worried?
If you see bats swooping around your home, don’t panic, but do keep an eye on things.
Bats are an important part of a healthy and balanced ecosystem, especially when it comes to pest control. They eat large numbers of nuisance insects, including moths and mosquitoes, but they can also infest Utah attics and crawlspaces in their search for a place to hibernate during the winter.
How do you keep bats outside where they belong?
Ants are social insects that live in colonies. Worker ants work together to feed and protect the queen while she lays eggs and keeps the colony going.
If you own or manage an apartment building or other multi-family dwelling, you likely know that rats and mice are one of the more difficult
The end of summer is a time for enjoying the last weeks of sunshine and getting ready for the school year. It also happens to be a time when small flies like to pop up inside, especially in kitchens. So, how do you get rid of tiny flies in your house and keep them out of those back-to-school lunches?
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