Why Do I Have Pests If My House Is Clean?

There is an old myth that people assume when your house is clean, pests will not come in. That is really just not true at all and even the cleanest homes are a place that pests will set up a nest. Pests are not fun to find in any home since there are many that not only cause damage and destruction but also aggravate allergies, spread bacteria and also be venomous. If some pests bite a person, that can lead to needing the help of a health care professional. If you have an issue with pests of any sort, even if you have a clean home, you can call a professional pest control company to come out and treat the problem for you.

Fall Time Nuisance Bird Cleanup & Prevention

Okay folks, now that fall is here and winter is right around the corner, you may notice that your homes and businesses are free from many of those pests with wings. Many have migrated for the winter, giving you a reprieve from washing pigeon poop off your homes and businesses. But wait, don’t relax yet. This is your golden opportunity to clean the old messes left behind and begin preparations for the inevitable return. Eagle Pest Services will walk you through basic steps to prevent pigeon and other unwanted pests from making your roof their home this coming spring.

Preventing Pests this Cold Winter Season

Now that fall has rolled in, it is time to prepare your home for those winter pests. Many may consider winter to be the time you don't need to think about pests invading your home or business. But this is not the case. Eagle Pest Services will share the top 10 pests you need to be worried about this coming winter season.

Interesting Facts About Mice & Rats You Might Not Have Known

With the weather starting to cool off, the fall season is here. The cooler weather is a great time of year to get outside and enjoy the fresh cool breezes. It is also a time for pests to come inside and look for a nice warm place to spend the winter months. One of those pests that often cause a big scare for people are rodents. A rodent is a general term and does not actually describe just rats and mice. Although these are the two main kinds that cause trouble for people in their homes, there are more. A gerbil, squirrel, hamster and even a porcupine are also classified as rodents so the different species can vary a lot. If you label all the different types of rodents found around the world, the list would reach over 1,500. There are some very interesting facts about rodents; some that you may have heard before but others might surprise you!