How Can You Keep Ticks Out Of Your Yard?
14 February 2016
Ticks are a nuisance that can spread disease, so it's important to keep your yard free of ticks. Ticks prefer wooded and grassy areas. If you live in a rural area or on a large property with a lot of land, you're especially likely to encounter these insects at one time or another. However, ticks will live anywhere where grass and leaves are present. The best way to get rid of ticks and keep them away is to create a inhospitable environment.
Get Rid Of Termites With These 2 Tips
12 February 2016
If you see termites in your house, it is natural that you would start to worry, as termites can cause costly repairs due to damage they inflict on your house. Use the following ideas to deal with these pests.
Remove Their Food Supply
If you are like many people, you think that termites eat wood and that's why they invade your house. However, the truth is that it not necessarily the wood that the termites are after; they are actually interested in cellulose, an organic compound that wood contains.
Tips for Handling Two Common Household Pests
10 February 2016
It is an unfortunate fact that there are many different insects that can create potentially major problems for homeowners. In particular, bedbugs and fleas can be fairly common issues that homeowners may struggle to address. If you are not particularly informed about these pests, you may struggle to know how to proceed. Luckily, learning the following couple of questions and answers will provide you with more of the information you need when addressing this problem your home.
3 Things You Need To Know About House Sparrows
9 February 2016
There are many types of nuisance birds that can cause problems for homeowners, including house sparrows. House sparrows have a worldwide distribution, so no matter where you live, they can be an issue. Here are three things you need to know about house sparrows.
How to identify house sparrows
House sparrows are small, stocky birds with short legs and thick beaks. Their average wing length is 76 millimeters (3 inches). Both male and female house sparrows have brown feathers with black streaks on their backs, while their undersides are covered in pale buff feathers.