5 Ways Your Home Is Attractive to Pests
Spring is in full swing and summer will be here before you know it! As locals, we know how the weather in Myrtle Beach can turn your home into a breeding ground for pests. As a homeowner, there could be things you’re doing that you don’t realize attracts pests. That’s why our team here at […]
The Best Way to Repel Mosquitos
Known for ruining a good summertime barbeque and carrying diseases like the West Nile and Zika virus, mosquitoes are one of the worst pests. Warmer weather is right around the corner and unfortunately, we’re not the only ones who enjoy spending time outdoors during spring and summer. The good news is our team at Best […]
Most Common Spring Pest Problems in SC
As the weather starts to warm up, pests like ants, termites, spiders, stinging insects, rats, and mice slowly start to come back to life, which can wreak havoc on your home. Now is the best time to get out in front of these potential pest issues before spring arrives! No one likes living with uninvited […]
How To Pest-Proof Your Home
With the holidays coming to an end, you’ve probably had many guests over (some welcomed & some not) and with the start of a new year, you’ve probably made a few resolutions. Maintaining your home may be one of them, but you may want to consider adding pest-proofing your home to it! Spring will be […]
Is Pest Control Needed During The Winter?
Don’t mistake winter months as a time to lay off pest control! Many people believe that bugs and insects hibernate throughout the winter months, but that’s FALSE! While the winter months can be mild in Myrtle Beach, insects and rodents still look for food and places to hide when the weather changes. Experts say house […]
What Happens to Mosquitoes During The Winter?
Summers along the coast in Myrtle Beach can be fantastic. Sure, the temperature can shoot through the roof, but that’s why we all live here, right? We can all agree that the absolute worst part of those warmer months are those pesky, uninvited guests that we all have to deal with. No, we are not […]