It's almost that time of year when folks will begin putting away the summer toys and break out the fall décor. With summer shortly coming to an end, your list of to-dos is sure to be long. This means boxes will be moved and sifted through that probably haven't been disturbed in months! The last thing anybody wants is to have a tiny visitor crawl out onto their hands while they are grabbing last year's scarecrow décor but it's likely inevitable. Unless you’re a customer of Eagle Pest Services that is! In lieu of the weather changing, we thought it would be fitting to point out some of the most common basement pests found in Virginia. If you've already been a regular client of Eagle Pest Services, you won't have to worry too much about running across these creepy crawlies. Otherwise, here is a short list of what you may run into this fall!
The wolf spider is one of the largest species of spiders found in the state of Virginia and is occasionally seen wandering inside homes. Wolf spiders live interesting lives. Nonetheless, we many homeowners would like to know how to prevent them from wandering into their homes. Eagle Pest Services would like to share some facts about the wolf spider and a few tips on how you can prevent them from invading your home.
When you think about tick bites, the first diseases that cross your mind are Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Never in a million years would you think that ticks could have an impact on the way your body reacts to red meat. Eagle Pest Services is here to talk about the link between meat allergy and tick bites.