Although ants play a great role in the betterment of our environment, they are still big home invaders. They contaminate food items and damage our household goods by creating small holes in them. Usually they enter into our house in search of shelter, food, and water. If you need to permanently get rid of them, you might want to try few techniques mentioned below. Continue reading
If you own pets, you might be at a risk of having fleas in your house. The chances are even further increased if those are outdoor pets such as cats, dogs etc. The problem with fleas is that they are almost microscopic in size which makes it really difficult to eliminate them. You need to fully know your enemy (fleas) if you want to get rid of them. Continue reading
Gnats are one of those insects who make our lives a bit of hell with their presence. Unlike many other insects, they don’t settle near specific surroundings but rather tend to fly all around the house. Their b’zzzz sound of their wings make their existence known to everyone. In the worst case scenario, once they enter our house, it becomes a really frustrating and difficult task to get rid of them. They fly super fast which makes it close to impossible to dispose them via fly-swatters. Continue reading
House flies are counted among 1.2 million other insect species that exist around the world. If you feel you’ve had it enough dealing with these tiny flying monsters, it’s time to get rid of them. It’s true that common house flies are irritating, but that’s not the only reason to get rid of them. The biggest reason is to eliminate that source of germs and bacteria they carry with them. It is a commonly known fact that a tiny fly is capable of carrying more than a million different bacteria. House flies are considered as the root cause for diseases such as Typhoid, Cholera and, Dysentery so the struggle of keeping your house fly-free is totally worth the effort. Continue reading
Each year around 6-12 million kids are reported to get head lice in U.S alone. It is common to get head lice and shouldn’t be confused as a result of poor hygiene.