Gophers appear to be harmless little creatures. However, they can cause havoc to your property and your pocketbook. There are steps you must take if gophers are digging up your yard. Equip yourself by understanding these pests, considering your options, and knowing where to turn for help. What is Digging up Your Yard? Gophers are… Read more »
Now more than ever, there is a worldwide focus on cleanliness. Not just the traditional seasonal cleanliness, but thinking beyond the traditional norms of washing your hands, brushing your teeth, you know those essentials that most learn from an early childhood age, but sometimes some can’t or don’t. So, let’s discuss some of the best… Read more »
IFS International established the Challenger of the Year Awards to recognize the outstanding achievements of business partners that employ IFS solutions to create value through innovation. Pacific Pest Control, a pest control company serving Orange County and Los Angeles County, is proud to accept the 2019 IFS WorkWave Impact Award. This honor is given to… Read more »
Spiders are not only annoying pests that can be frightening to come in contact with, but they can also be dangerous. Several species possess the ability to inject venom into humans with their bite, which can cause serious injuries. The following is how to spot poisonous spiders. Common Species of Poisonous Spiders in Los Angeles… Read more »
Some methods of pest control can be rather expensive, such as buying costly, gas powered rat traps or having your house’s stone foundations repointed. Most people don’t want to open their checkbooks for these sorts of prices, however, the costs of having a house fumigated or repairing termite damage isn’t exactly easy on the wallet… Read more »
The climate that makes Southern California such an inviting place for people also makes it inviting for pests. While enjoying the outdoors is part of the California lifestyle, we don’t want all nature’s offerings in our yards and homes. Household pests are plentiful here, from disease-bearing rodents to crawly things that can sting, bite, chew… Read more »
The smoky brown cockroach nymph is easily identified from other cockroach nymphs by the two whitish bands on the body and the white antennal tips.