The sheer sight of a spider can make anyone’s skin crawl, for good reason. Depending on the type of spider, it can inflict painful and even potentially fatal bites. While bites from spiders that live in their natural outdoor habitat aren’t always dangerous, indoor spiders can prove much more lethal. However, not all spiders are dangerous and many will eat other nuisance insects such as mosquitoes. As pest extermination experts, Twin Forks Pest Control® is here to provide you with information about three particular species. [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…]
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.
For many, summer is an exciting time! The days are longer and hotter, we get to spend more time outdoors, but that warm weather welcomes ants, bees, and other unwanted pests. If you spot an infestation in your home, trust Twin Forks Pest Control® to handle the job of removing those pests as soon as possible. Infestations that are left unattended can result in serious damage to your home that can be very expensive to repair. [Read more…]