Have you seen beetles in your home? If you have, you're not alone. We get calls regularly from concerned home and business owners that are seeing beetles inside their properties and although they aren't sure what kinds of beetles they have, they know they have a problem.
Technology can be a pretty amazing thing. Such is the case with Doppler radar. Doppler is used to monitor cloud cover and rain potential. It is so sensitive that it can tell how heavy or light the rain will be, if there is lightening or hail in the storm, or if there is a rotation indicating a tornado. Radar can detect wildfire smoke, bird migrations, and even bats. Amazing! But, did you know that it can also detect bugs. That’s right, bugs!
Whether you cook in your home, or run a 5 star restaurant, this blog is for you. Pantry pest prevention is simple: seal pests from entering the areas where you keep your food, protect your food, and don't carry pests in. If you follow these three basic rules, you won't have to worry about beetles, weevils, moths, and other food infesting bugs.
A lot happens around Thanksgiving time. More people will be coming and going from your home and more food as well. It is a time of celebration and a season of feasting. It is also a time when those bugs and rodents will start wondering if your home is the right place to spend the winter. If you're wondering, the answer is no. Your home is not the right place for those critters and varmints to spend the winter.
Do you like to bake? If you do, you need to keep an eye out for pantry pests. Pantry pests can be a real frustration, especially when they infest your food cupboard. If you have just a few of these pests inside a product in your cupboard, you may end up finding them in other products too because they multiply fast. They can be found in even a spotless home and can be introduced into your home in several ways.