Our Lawn and Pest Control Blog
With over 30 years in the business, our experts at Price Termite & Pest Control have extensive pest control and lawn care knowledge. Tap into the power of learning as we investigate the world of pest control and lawn care!
Have you ever seen a small, gray-brown worm with hair-like scales and a speckled pattern crawling up the side of your house or interior walls? Don't worry—it's not a dangerous pest. It's probably just a harmless plaster bagworm.
Ticks can carry a number of diseases, including Lyme disease. Ticks are small arachnids, with adults ranging from the size of a pea to about the size of an apple seed when fully grown.
There's a saying in the pest control community that goes like this, "There are two types of homes: those that have termites, and those that will have termites." It's an unfortunate fact of homeownership, but it can be mitigated with the proper preparation and education.
The short answer to the question of whether certain plants and pests are impacting your allergies is yes. But for the longer answer, you’ll just have to keep reading.
Lawn care can be labor-intensive work, but always worth the effort when you can step back and appreciate a beautifully green and lush lawn. Trimming and watering your lawn are essential steps to take to prevent an unhealthy lawn, but your grass can be the victim of lawn disease!
Summer brings about warm weather, long days, school breaks, family barbecues, and a number of other great experiences. Unfortunately, the summer weather is also ideal for many insects, rodents, and other pests.
Ants are very common insects, but some species are more dangerous than others. Knowing the differences between fire ants, carpenter ants, and basic house ants can help you determine which species is making your home their home.
In order to make sure that your home has the best landscaping on the block, you have to start by planting the right flowers, bushes, trees, and grass. Plants are not one size fits all, so what thrives in Oregon won’t necessarily work in Florida and vice versa.
The United States is a vast country with many different climates, all of which have lawns that need feeding and fertilizer. If you own a home or manage a property, it is important to take care of your lawn and keep it healthy.