Bees. A necessary component of nature without which life would be quite dismal. But does that mean we are pleased to entertain them within our homes? I think not. So, if the buzz has got you down; read on for the cure!
Ants found indoors may be nesting in the structure itself (rare), or they may just be coming indoors looking for food or water. Whatever the case, read on for steps you can take to help with indoor ant control:
Imagine this scenario.... you just spent a couple hundred bucks of your hard earned money on gopher work or having your landscape areas sprayed for fleas, or.... you name it. Let me ask you right now, when was the last time a pest control company followed up with a phone call to be ABSOLUTELY SURE you were satisfied with the work performed?
Ant season is here. I can tell because the phone is ringing like crazy! Did you know that ant infestations account for at least 75% of all pest problems in residential dwellings? Well, I'm going to chat quickly about something near and dear to my heart - COMMUNICATION.