We haven't been bothered by roaches in a long time, but now we have a big problem with them. Any suggestions?
I cleaned the disposal and took the fruit off the counter and placed a bowl of vinegar near the sink but still have the gnats. Any new ideas to get rid of them?
How can We deal with an ant infestation in our kitchen and dining room, we have tried boric acid mixed with various sweet mediums but nothing has been working
I have tried all the products at Home Depo, and they do not work. I called a pest exterminator and he came out twice and sprayed gas I the nest. the next day, they al... See more
There is ants in my garden and I don't want to use poisons, what is another solution?
I bought 8 traps; 4 little houses with poison; sticky stuff and the black plastic traps easy to set. Two weeks and no luck. They are straching at the doors and bits o... See more
we Haven’t had a flea issue in years and out of NO Where we do now. We’ve done flea sprays-powders bathes etc. any ideas?
Right now I am over run with gnats any help would be greatly appreciated.
It’s about four foot deep and the bunnies keep darting into a crack at the bottom. They are pretty fast.
My house is about three years old and was treated to stop termites. I am just wondering if I need to get annual termite inspections. The last one I got cost me $... See more
Our old house has a lot of BOLD mice, even in warm weather. We don't want to use glue traps - they're hideously cruel - and we know live traps don't work. We share th... See more
They use just about anything to pee on. I've tried everything to make them stop. Nothing works.
Any over counter sprays recommended ? Or natural if it really works ?
It's too cold to inspect and fix openings in roof. How can we keep it from the roof and if it's made access in the wall, how to rid of it?
Is it true, mice do not like MINT. Keeping a plant in the house, will that keep them out? Or do I need to plant it outside too. If so, how much and where?
After a year or two a thin layer of mildew accumulates on wood and paper surfaces. It can be wiped off easily but is their a prevention? Dehumidifier?