Tips to Close Up the Cottage
With summer almost at an end, it’s time to pack up and head back home. But before you close up your cottage for winter, be sure to shield your summer home from cold weather – and the pests seeking shelter.
The 411 on Wasps
Wasps can be territorial and aggressive and become dangerous in large numbers. To help prevent a painful sting, learn how to identify and prevent wasps from taking over your home
Identifying Bee and Wasp Nests
While bees and wasps have many physical similarities, their impact on your health, yard and ecosystem varies by species. The nests of these pests can help identify which of these flying fiends are buzzing around your home and allow for proper removal of nests in your yard.
Defending the Cottage
Summer isn’t just the perfect time for you to visit your cottage. It’s also the perfect time for pests to come out of hiding and into your summer home.
Turning Out Unwanted Tenants From Your Multi-Residential Property
Leaky toilets. Clogged pipes. Broken A/C units. The type of maintenance requests property managers receive depends on the size, age and condition of the building. But whether managing brand-new high-rises or condos that are full of character, there’s one complaint every multi-residential property manager will deal with eventually — pests.
How to Keep Pests Away from the Kitchen
Chances are, you’ve seen it before. A resident lets dirty dishes or smelly trash pile up for way too long, and suddenly, there’s a pest crisis on the premises.
How To Keep Bats Away From Your Home
Bats are beneficial to the environment and help control mosquito populations, but they sometimes get too close for comfort.
How To Prevent Baby Earwigs At Home
Depending on their numbers and location, earwigs can be helpful. However, large populations of adult and baby earwigs can be problematic.