Protecting your home from ants isn't just a matter of taking precautions with the interior areas, it’s important to also be proactive by making your exterior spaces uninviting for ants.
One of the biggest issues with getting an exterminator that many people experience is the concern for their pets. Unfortunately, this prevents many from getting the pest treatment they need to live in peace. So what’s the bottom line? There are many pet-safe exterminators out there. In fact, the materials used in homes have come very far in terms of safety. At Spence’s Pest Control, we use agents that are pet, child, and environmentally-friendly.
Flies are surely an annoying pest. Anyone who’s attended an outdoor gathering such as a picnic or cookout knows how relentless they can be. Even one or two flies buzzing around and landing on food will be irritating until you finally are able to swat them. Flies will find their way indoors too and bug you in your home. So is an infestation dangerous?
Cockroaches are nocturnal. They prefer to live and feed in the dark, so if you see one during the day it's a possible sign of an infestation. Like most small pests they can hide virtually anywhere, though roaches do tend to have some preferred hiding areas.