Have you experienced waking up with itchy red spots on your skin? Do you notice a musty smell when you enter your house or room? If the answer is yes, then there is a great possibility that your precious home is experiencing a bed bug infestation.
Bed bugs are tiny, pesky critters with flat bodies that feed on the blood of animals and humans. Usually reddish-brown in colour, they are a common type of pest that seems to have a lot of misinformation surrounding them. Below are the most common myths about these annoying bloodsuckers and the truths behind them.
Lizards are one of the most common pests that we see in our homes. While they are mostly harmless as they don’t carry contagious diseases, the central problem homeowners have with lizards is that they defecate on almost all surfaces and can be bothersome to deal with.
Here are some reasons why they might be attracted to your home and what you can do to prevent them from making your home theirs.
Pests are unwelcome creatures that invade one’s home and pose a health risk if left unchecked. And similar to the medical sense, prevention is better than a cure when it comes to pest infestations.
To start off, we’ll specifically be looking into the common housefly, one of the most common insects that can be found in people’s homes all over the world. They live in close association with humans and, in addition, other fly species have also followed suit and adapted to human settlements. Below, we go over how to nip them in the bud before they become a severe problem for you and your family.