Pest control is always a concern for homeowners, but this year, with more families staying home for the summer, it is crucial to the health and well-being of your family and pets.
According to the National Pest Management Association, the warm, wet spring Midwesterners are experiencing is contributing to an early spike in some pest populations. In Northeast Ohio ticks and mosquitoes got a jump start and are likely to continue to thrive all summer, and all varieties of ants will be present in abundance in Read MoreLearn More
The end of summer does not mean the end of tick season. In fact, ticks are a year-round problem for animals and people alike, and fall can be a big problem as some tend to let their guard down when temperatures cool.
Tick-borne diseases continue to be a concern across the U.S., with cases of Lyme disease growing significantly in the last several years. In Northeast Ohio, the most likely tick to bite dogs, cats or humans in the fall is the black-legged tick, also known Read MoreLearn More