If you saw my post about this horrible bug, you know how I feel about bugs.
There aren’t a lot of things that I’m afraid of. Snakes don’t freak me out, heights are fine, but for some reason bugs scare me to death. There is nothing worse than seeing a roach in my house. As soon as I see one, I scream, usually jump on furniture and shriek until my husband has killed it. It sometimes will still upset me later that night and I’ll worry that another one might be in my bedroom as I sleep. If my husband can’t find the roach to kill it, I’m freaked out for days and constantly worried about seeing it.
Since we live in front of a huge wooded area, there are a lot of creatures in our yard, on our porch and sometimes in our house. That bug in the photo above was on our back porch only a few feet from the door. And this spider was in the garage:
As you can imagine, pest control has become very important in my life. 🙂
So whenever I see a new, horrible creature in the house or out in the yard, I try to find out what it is and how I can get rid of it. I can look up a lot of common pests on http://www.pestworld.org and research all sorts of bugs, rodents and household pests. Pestworld.org also has infestation prevention tips, photos and videos and articles that help you learn more about your local pests. You can even find pest control companies in your area to help if you have a pest problem.
So the next time you see a creature crawling and need to get rid of it, check out http://www.pestworld.org.
PestWorld.org is your go-to resource for everything you need to know about bugs, rodents and other household pests. You can identify your infestation, find helpful prevention tips, pest photography and videos, educational articles on a variety of pest topics, and more.
In the fall, pests often enter our homes seeking shelter from colder weather, so it’s important to take steps to pest-proof your home. Pest issues are better handled by licensed pest professionals. They have the knowledge, training and tools to properly identify a pest species and recommend ways to safely remedy an infestation before it becomes a serious problem.
You can find a pest professional in your area by entering your zip code in the Find a Pro database on PestWorld.org: http://www.pestworld.org/find-a-pest-control-professional/.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the National Pest Management Association. The opinions and text are all mine.