1. How To Get Rid of Rodents

    STEP 1) Find out how the mice are getting inside your house. There are holes outside, leading into the building. Vents, gaps in siding, areas where wires and pipes go into the house, roof lines, etc. Mice enter in these areas, then crawl up the walls and into the attic, which is an ideal nesting and…Read More

  2. Heavy rain means more fleas and ticks

    It has been "raining cats and dogs" for most of the summer in our area and unfortunately this means bad news for our local cats and dogs. All this wet weather combined with normal heat and humidity equals the perfect conditions for a surge in flea and tick infestations. These insects reproduce very …Read More

  3. Raccoon Removal

    Raccoons will find any way to enter your home. Raccoons are one of many wildlife pests that wreak havoc on personal property. Not only do they cause damage, they also carry diseases and create messes. If you are experiencing raccoon troubles, then Pest Arrest wildlife service that handles raccoon re…Read More

  4. Mosquito Alert

    Recent heavy rains have caused area bayou water levels to increase, which coupled with the warmer springtime temperatures will increase our mosquito population. Here are some helpful Mosquito Control Tips for Your Home provided by a mosquito control district. Personal protection During peak biting t…Read More

  5. Tips for college students on keeping bed bug Free

    Tips For College Students On Keeping Bed Bug Free As prepared as a college student might be, most never consider bed bugs as part of college life. A recent survey conducted by the NPMA found that 47% of bed bug exterminators reported frequent exterminations at colleges and universities. Where can be…Read More

  6. Fall Pest

    To many pests the fall season signals the need to find a warm place to spend the winter. If you have not already pest proofed your home for fall pests, now is the time that you may begin to have problems with Spiders,rodents and roaches as well as other overwintering pests. The good news is that it …Read More

  7. Bed Bug Facts

    Reddish-brown, flattened, oval, wingless insect. Up to 1/4 of an inch long. Nymphs (babies) have a translucent, barely visible body no bigger than a speck of dust. Nymphs must feed on blood to grow, shedding skins as they develop in a process called molting. They infest all types of facilities and l…Read More

  8. Pest Control Tips

    Spring Pest Control Service: Pest Arrest Tips and Suggestions Be alert for any signs of pest problems. Pest problems are easier to handle the earlier you notice them. If you neglect the signs, things can get out of control pretty quickly. There are several things that can be done to prevent infestat…Read More