Commonly derided as winged rats, bats have gotten a bad rap ever since Dracula jumped out of a cloud of them and declared “I vant to suck your blood!” Actually, only three out of 1200 species of bats subsist solely on blood, while most eat insects, fruits or small prey.
Regardless of whether you’re running a retail store, a restaurant, a hotel, or a recreational facility, if a customer witnesses a pest infestation in the midst doing their business, it’ll hurt your business.
You’ve encountered a pest control problem in your home. You ask yourself “how could this happen to me?!” like you’re the main character in your own Shakespearean Tragedy.
You’re the owner of a retail clothing chain. All of a sudden, you hear a shudder-inducing shriek emanate from the change rooms.
After previously pondering the pitfalls of domesticating raccoons, we’re responding to all the rage of sticking a rat in a cage.
Cleanliness and hygiene are the cornerstones of any successful hotel. All the clean sheets and pillow mints in the world won’t matter if a customer finds rat droppings on their nightstand or wakes up covered in bed bug bites.
The skies are staying brighter for longer, the hockey playoffs are slowly approaching, and you’re inexplicably feeling far less miserable than you did in January – it must be the faint hint of spring in the air.
Beetles get a bad rap, and for good reason: they’re ugly, they’re gross, and if they could, they’d probably cheat on their taxes.
Don’t let the February deep freeze fool you – spring will be here sooner than you think.
Discovering a bed bug problem in your home is as inconvenient as it is unsettling.