Spring is a time for renewal, refreshment, and restoration. We spoke last week about the springtime pests that might impede on your spring relaxation.
Your first reaction when the sun finally emerges from its winter hidey hole and melts the snow away is probably to cry tears of joy.
When you think of bees, you may think of small, roundish yellow and black fuzzy things that dance around your plants.
If you’ve ever seen a gross bug in your home, gone to get a shoe, and then felt the sheer dread of coming back to find it missing, you may have an inkling of what it feels like to play hide-and-seek with a cockroach.
Bugs are small and you’re large, relatively. So, there should be no question to who comes out on top if you decide to go toe-to-toe (toe-to-antenna?) with household pests that have invaded your home.
As if you needed another reason to live in Ontario, the city has been crowned Canada’s bed bug capital, a new report says.
Total release foggers, or as home owners fighting the good fight against cockroaches know them as, bug bombs, aren’t effective at eliminating cockroach infestations from homes.
It’s the biggest reclassification (not really) since Neil de Grasse Tyson deemed Pluto wasn’t deserving of a planetary title.
If you think the odd house spider or a few small ants is all that lies beneath your house slippers, don’t read Rob Dunn’s Never Home Alone.
The police’s 911 line is reserved for real emergencies, but that hasn’t stopped Norfolk’s community from tying up the phones with complaints of raccoon problems and other non-urgent matters.