Hard to Find Bed Bugs in Your Home, Hotel or Business


There is a bug that seems to be out there but most people don’t think it will ever happen to them! We are talking about bed bugs. Bed bugs are a pest that infests a home quickly and can hide under the radar for some time. Bed bugs are known for many things and one of them is how hard they are to find. They stay hidden in a mattress or piece or furniture in the cracks and crevices. These areas are plenty big for the tiny pest to stay out of sight. They hide in the day time and come out at night when a person starts to fall asleep. Bed bugs then feed on the blood of that person. This can cause some annoying bites and irritation on their exposed skin. This can also be the first sign that you have bed bugs and you need to call a professional to come out and treat your home.


Summer Ant Pests


When the summer time sets in the more time people are spending outdoors barbecuing and having fun. The weather is warm and inviting and that gets people out and enjoying the time with food and friends. The problem that comes with the warmer weather are the amount of pests that you are going to have to deal with. One of the pests that show up without fail in the summer are ants. They constantly work to collect food and build nests and tunnels. That means that if they find something they like in your home they will come on it. There are several things that you can do to keep ants from getting inside the home.

Cockroach Household Pests

With the vast amount of species found across the country, there are few species of pests more commonly found in Virginia than cockroaches. Cockroaches in general are not only creepy and grotesque, but they can trigger allergy symptoms, contribute to asthma attacks, and spread germs, bacteria and diseases simply by trekking across a surface. Most species prefer the warmth and darkness and some opt for humid climates where others need dry areas to live in.  


Brown Norway & Black Roof Rats


Rats are various medium-sized, long-tailed rodents. They are typically distinguished from mice by their size. The best known rat species are the black rat and the brown rat. Rats are commonly found living around people. They can be very destructive to homes as they often make their nests in and around people’s homes and office buildings. It’s not uncommon for a home to have had a rat infestation for many weeks or months before anyone inside notices. Once inside, rats will remain in place and multiply with adequate food, water and shelter.