1. How to Protect Your Rental Property From Termites

    Termites are a serious threat here in Southern California. Unfortunately, the local climate is an ideal environment for these pests, and California residents can endure thousands of dollars in damage if a colony gets out of hand. What’s worse is when an infestation occurs on a rental property. Thi…Read More

  2. Why Termite Inspections Are Crucial

    If you’ve ever seen the damage that termites can cause, that’s likely reason enough to convince you to get regular inspections to ensure that these pests aren’t on your property, and things stay that way. That said, termite infestations still often go unnoticed, both for homeowners and commerc…Read More

  3. 7 Tips to Keep Your Home Rodent-Free

    If you live here in Southern California, it can be difficult to keep your home free from pests, especially rodents. Rodents are prevalent in the area, thanks to easy access to food, water, and shelter, and thanks to the moderate, year-round temperatures. So, how can you ensure that your home remains…Read More

  4. Signs of a Rodent Infestation

    If you live here in Southern California, then rodents can be a real concern. Rats and mice thrive here, thanks to our moderate weather, and easy access to food and shelter. And unfortunately, these pests often make their way into our homes to start a family. What’s worse is that it can take months…Read More

  5. Ten Tips To Prepare Your Home For Termite Fumigation

    Having a termite colony near your home and then having them rapidly move inward to infiltrate your home is extremely stressful, especially if you live in the Los Angeles area. Termites tend to flourish and thrive in the warm, damp conditions providing a never-ending feast, which makes LA a perfect h…Read More

  6. Does Composting Attract Termites? (Part Two)

    In part one of this exciting series, we took a look at composting and how termites are helpful in breaking down a compost pile, if they’re harmful to the pile, and the specific type of compost termites are drawn to. In today’s post, we’ll wrap up the conversation and explore what happens if th…Read More

  7. Does Composting Attract Termites? (Part One)

    Composting is highly advantageous for the environment in reducing methane emissions, in addition to enriching the soil and reducing the need for chemical pesticides and fertilizers. Both food scraps and yard waste can be added to your compost pile, including dead branches, twigs, leaves, grass clipp…Read More

  8. Is Your Home Inadvertently Inviting in Termites? (Part Two)

    In part one, we examined how termites can go from a harmless colony outside your home, to a destructive one within, while inadvertently inviting them in with little nuances in your yard. In today’s post we’ll look at the do’s and don’ts of termite protection and emphasize the mulch conundrum…Read More

  9. Is Your Home Inadvertently Inviting in Termites? (Part One)

    If you’ve ever experienced or witnessed a termite infestation in Orange County you know how destructive they can be — from demolishing siding to compromising the structural integrity of your home — these tiny creatures can cause big damage. When left alone in the great outdoors, termites are a…Read More

  10. Rodent Infestations and the Dangers of Disease

    It’s a well known fact: Rodents carry disease. That’s an especially terrible truth if you’ve just discovered droppings in your kitchen or seen a furry blur in the living room. That’s why it’s so crucial to act right away if you do notice signs of rodents in your home. Let’s take a brief …Read More