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    4 Common Fall Pests and How to Prevent Them

    As summer comes to an end, most people tend to think that pests do too. While cooler weather may diminish some pests, the truth is that many of them will continue thriving and go as far as seeking shelter and food indoors. Each fall, homeowners record an increase in pests. So while you enjoy the season change and prepare for fall festivals and football games in Douglas County and El Paso County, H…Read More

  2. Signs of a Mouse Infestation

    Mice are the most common type of pests that afflict most homeowners. But, how do you know your home is infested with mice? If you can see the rodents during the night and never during the day, it means their population hasn’t gotten too large. This way, you can control them using bait and traps. But, if you are seeing rodents during the day, gnaw marks, or even fresh droppings, it is an indicati…Read More

  3. How to Bug-Proof Your Home Like a Pro

    With spring just around the corner, it is important to take some time getting ready for all of the changes that come with it — including pest preparations. With the warmer temperatures comes the insects and critters that can often find their way into your home, and by taking the proper precautions, you can avoid your chances of needing extensive pest control services. Read on to learn about how …Read More

  4. Tick Season In Colorado: Everything You Need to Know

    If you’ve ever come across a tick crawling across your body (or even worse, stuck on your body), then you likely know the feeling of sheer disgust as you frantically try and get it off. Even if ticks don’t freak you out as much as they do for many, they are never a pleasant surprise to come across due to their blood-sucking nature. In Colorado, wet springs and summers mean an increased chance …Read More

  5. How Bed Bugs Spread — And How to Prevent It

    Did you know that one single female bed bug in your home can reinfest with over 300 adults and 1,000 new eggs in just three months? This is why it is so crucial to make sure that bed bugs are taken care of as soon as you spot them or notice signs that they may be in your home. While bed bugs aren’t necessarily harmful, their bites can lead to itchy skin, rashes, infection, and other allergic rea…Read More

  6. Are All Spiders Venomous?

    You’ve likely heard that there are some venomous spiders that can be dangerous to humans, such as the black widow or brown recluse spiders. Some spiders, on the other hand, while still venomous, aren’t harmful to humans. Continue reading to learn more about spider venom, why spiders bite, and which spiders to keep an eye out for — and if you are experiencing an issue with spiders in your hom…Read More

  7. Frequently Asked Questions About Bed Bugs

    If you have experienced bed bugs or know someone who has, it isn’t unlikely that you have questions about what they are, where they come from, how they spread, and more. Today, our rodent and insect pest control professionals will be going over some frequently asked questions about bed bugs so you can rest easy knowing that you are fully informed about what to do if it happens to you. And, if yo…Read More

  8. How Insects Survive the Winter

    If you take a walk outside during the summertime, you will no doubt see ants roaming about, bees buzzing by, and butterflies fluttering. But where do all of these creatures go when the weather gets cold and the wintertime approaches? In today’s post, we will be covering how several different insects that are common throughout Castle Rock and the Front Range of Colorado survive the cold winter mo…Read More

  9. Common Winter Pests in Colorado to Keep an Eye Out For

    Although many pests migrate or die off during the cold winter months in Colorado, there are still some rodents, insects, and other pests that would rather find a nearby nesting area where they can hide out for the winter. And what better nesting spot than your warm and protected home? It isn’t uncommon for your home to become invaded by pests during the winter, and that is just one of the many r…Read More