Our Pest Control Blog
Want to learn specialized pest control tips and tricks straight from our experts? Read our blog to stay current on the latest ways to protect your home and family from a variety of pests!
Having pests in your attic can be a nuisance and a potential threat to your home and well-being. Several pests commonly find their way into attics, seeking shelter and warmth, including:
Wasps are known for their painful stings, and if you have a wasp nest in or near your home, it can be a dangerous situation. It's important to take necessary precautions when getting rid of a wasp nest to avoid getting stung.
There are many reasons why you might have noticed an increase in spiders in your home.
Of all the pests that can cause problems for you and your home, termites cause the costliest and most extreme damage. Learn what you can do to prevent infestations and prevent extensive property damage.
Rodents can wreak all sorts of havoc—from spreading disease to damaging property—making it essential to familiarize yourself with the kinds of rodents that infest homes. Read our guide to learn about the species that take up residence in homes and how to quickly identify them.
Cockroaches carry and can spread more than 40 varieties of bacteria, germs, parasitic worms, and other human pathogens. Learn what you can do to prevent infestations or how to react if you notice these pests running around your home.
Bed Bugs are small insects that feed on human blood. Learn how you can identify an infestation and reclaim your sleep.
Ants come in many varieties that may infest or damage your home. The most common in the Washington DC area include the Pharaoh Ants, Argentine Ants, and Carpenter Ants.
Mice can get inside your home through your sewer system, cracks in your walls, basement, and attic, and even through cracked doors and windows. Learn how you can spot mice in your attic and what you can do to get rid of them.
Attics and crawl spaces are notorious for harboring pests, especially during the colder months. Learn what kinds of bugs you may spot in your attic and where exactly they might be hiding.