Over the past few years, there has been a sharp rise in bed bug sightings. These blood suckers are found everywhere from hotel rooms, homes, hospitals and places of work. Because the transport of bed bugs from one place to another without the human host ever noticing it, it is virtually impossible to know you have bed bugs until certain symptoms become evident. While bite marks of a certain kind are a tell-tale sign you may have a bed bug problem, there are other several ways to diagnose an infestation when bite marks seem to not be evident. read more >>
Want to know the most common Household insects that may have moved in to your home?
Flies: These pests can walk upside down on ceilings and on glass surfaces. They may carry a wide range of diseases including food poisoning bacteria.
Ants: These pests often enter houses in search of food. Ant nests are often located on lawns, in warm, dry soil and under paving – look for finely powdered soil read more >>
A pest problem outside your home can be almost as troubling as one inside. Even though you’re technically in their territory when you enter the great outdoors, it’s understandable that you would want to avoid being sprayed by the skunk that lives under your porch, and that you’d like to see your vegetables become snacks for you, not snacks for the squirrels. read more >>
Are termites eating your home? These pests could be and you may not even be aware. They are more common in our area than you may think.
Most peoples’ reaction to the affirmation that they have a termite infestation at their home or place of business is usually a sense of shock and fear. Rightfully so! Termites cause more damage to home than fires, hurricanes and floods combined. In Florida, colonies of termites are usually in-ground, with foraging done by way of mud tubes into structures or other wood sources. read more >>
Knockout Pest Solutions offers elimination and prevention of critters that dwell in the wild including snakes, squirrels, raccoons, possums, armadillos, rats, birds and more. … read more >>