Carpet beetles can be one of the most disruptive and destructive pests to invade your home or property. They eat your food and clothes and can become significant health risks...
Not all pest control services are quality, and not all technicians are trustworthy. Anyone can put on a collared shirt, knock on your door, and claim to work for the city's best pest control company. That, however, doesn't mean they’re legit.
We’re well into summer, and just about everyone is eager to take a dip in the pool to cool off after a long, hot day. Remember to look before you leap! You might find a scorpion poolside or even in the water, ready to give you an unpleasant surprise if you get too close.
As your spring plants begin to flourish, starving aphids will creep in and slowly break them down. Aphids have a big appetite for many types of flowers, vegetables, and fruit trees despite their teeny-tiny bodies. Your very own plants could fall victim to them. But luckily, you’ll be prepared to tackle them after reading our guide to aphids below.
As a landlord of a commercial property, it’s likely that your tenants will come to you to report pest problems. In most landlord-tenant cases, the landlord is responsible for arranging pest control and resolving the problem. If you don’t know where to start or what to do, Insectek has created a guide that will help you solve the problem and maintain a good relationship with your tenants.