Pests can hide in the most unusual places in your home. The issue with them is that they can pose a health threat and even make a bad impression on your guests. They are not easy to spot because pests such as rodents are nocturnal. These can cause havoc and bring diseases to your home.
Among essential aspects to check for pests, this coming festive season would be the holiday décor. Why? It’s because most of these décor types sit for several months before being used again. If you need residential pest control Utah, we have many useful solutions available in the store.
Bed bugs are small, brown insects that look like ovals. They live by feeding on the blood of animals or humans. Bed bugs size is usually about the size of an apple or lemon seed. After bed bugs have a blood meal, their bodies can swell dramatically and they turn from brown to red.
While bed bugs do not fly, they can move quickly. They are small and hard to spot, so they move quickly throughout floors, walls, and ceilings. Females can lay hundreds of bed bugs eggs at a time. Because they are the size of a speck of dust, they are even harder to spot. For those wondering, “where do bed bugs come from,” the answer is that they come from other infested areas, entering the home on furniture, backpacks, purses, or luggage. This mode of transmission is the main answer to, “what causes bed bugs.” If you are wondering how to check for bed bugs, there are a few signs that you should spot.
When pests invade your home or business, you want them gone and gone now. That’s why you should call on an exterminator you can trust. In Utah, Legacy Pest Control has the experts that are available 24/7 to deal with unwanted insects, spiders, and rodents.
Dealing with pests in your Cache County home? Let us get that problem under control and keep it that way.
Freezing temperatures force rodents and other winter pests into a hyperactive “survival” mode. Their sole activity during the winter is to find warm shelter and, hopefully, enough food to live on until spring. Guess what the first place they head to in search of a winter hideaway? Your home, of course. Fortunately, there are ways you can try to protect your home from the triple threat of rodents and insects–they spread disease, they destroy property, and they contaminate food.
Pest damage costs Utah homeowners more every year than wind damage and fire damage combined. Three types of pests cause the most calls to Utah pest control experts. These are termites, rodents, and carpenter ants.
Your home can be infested at any time of year. However, pest infestations are significantly more common in the winter. This is because pests are trying to escape from the cold in the same way that humans are. This is true of warm-blooded mammal pests, like mice and rats, but it is also true of bugs. Continue reading
Bugs can be found everywhere. From the driest desert terrain in Utah to the coldest mountaintop, you can bet some creepy creature calls it home. And unfortunately, there are many unwelcome crawlers that call our homes “home” as well. While some bugs may be helpful, many can be a nuisance. If you have creepy crawlers lurking around your home, the best solution is to contact the professionals at Legacy Pest Control. Continue reading
A termite inspection could prove critically important to your property. It can uncover signs of termite infestation and possibly save the foundation of your home. An inspector will ask you about the home’s history, any pest treatments being used, and other issues. Legacy Pest Control can perform termite and other pest inspections at your convenience; just give us a call and we will schedule an appointment that fits your schedule.
Having a diseased tree in your yard can be an eyesore at best, and a massive liability at worst. It can be hard to tell at times when a tree has a disease, especially if it is an older tree, but no matter what, a sick tree needs to be taken care of or it may die. This is usually best left to a professional tree care specialist, as it can be easy for someone to accidentally use the wrong type of treatment which can end up killing a tree.