Schendel Pest Services Blog
When the weather outside is rainy, then it turns dry, this is the perfect storm to be invaded by springtails. First, the rain allows for rapid reproduction. Then, the dry conditions drive them inside to find moisture. If you are seeing tiny jumping critters in your home, they may not necessarily be springtails. They might be fleas. But, how can you tell the difference?
Do you want to see something cute? Google the term "cute moles." Now we're not talking about the little brown kind on the faces of beauty queens. We're talking about the dark grey, furry kind. These moles have the most adorable little long noses, tiny little eyes, and sweet little smiling mouths. However, you may notice that their fingers are not so cute. In fact, they look almost scary. They are…
Bed bugs can hide almost anywhere, here are the top 10 places they like to hide.
When centipedes are on our television screens, it can be great fun spending hours and hours annihilating those creepy crawlies as they keep coming and coming. But having real centipedes invade is not a game anyone wants to play. Not only are centipedes a disgusting pest to have around, they can be dangerous under certain conditions.