The summer brings everyone out to play – bugs included. One of these bugs is none other than the infamous earwig. The famous tall tale warns us that earwigs will crawl into your ear and lay eggs in your brain, but this is entirely fictitious. However, there are other reasons why you should be concerned if you see earwigs in your house or your yard. As pest control professionals, Twin Forks Pest Control® team members have in-depth knowledge about various indoor pests, and we are here to explain everything you need to know about earwigs. [Read more…]
We have all witnessed squirrels running around and climbing up trees looking for food, looking cute and harmless. However, the reality is that squirrels can cause great destruction if they find their way into your house. The good news is there are ways to manage and keep squirrels away this summer. In addition to these preventive tips, the pest experts of Twin Forks Pest Control® are here to advise on what attracts squirrels to a house and the signs of an active infestation. [Read more…]
Your home is your kingdom and your haven, and so is the land around it. Having a pest infestation inside your home is just as irritating as having pests invade your yard, especially when it comes to moles, voles, and groundhogs. These mammals can do significant damage to your home if left untreated, and this can cost you a ton in repairs and your peace of mind. Twin Forks Pest Control® has the expertise to remove these outdoor pests and is here to outline the warning signs of an infestation. [Read more…]
Pest infestations of any kind are bothersome, but a flying pest infestation can be especially concerning. Flying pests are usually much faster and can cover more ground in a shorter amount of time than pests that can only walk. Their speed not only increases the potential for the damage that they can cause to your house, but it can also pose a much higher threat to your health if you try to remove them yourself. The experts at Twin Forks Pest Control® have years of experience eliminating various flying pests to pass along our knowledge of when and why to contact professional exterminators.
Having uninvited guests in your home is never pleasant but having an infiltration of termites is as irritating as it is hazardous. Though termites can bite humans for self-defense, as stated by Owlcation.com, the real danger comes from termites threatening the physical foundation of your home. As professional pest exterminators, Twin Forks Pest Control® has extensive knowledge on termites and how to identify signs of an infestation.