With a new season approaching comes new worries regarding pest issues. Spring is an incredibly active time for pests invading homes because of the weather shift. In New Orleans, Spring tends to be the time that the climate gets warmer.
The winter months may lack the air-born pests we see in the summer; however, that does not mean we are entirely in the clear. Colder weather welcomes a different kind of pest issue, including what may be crawling underneath. New
New Orleans is known for many things; Mardi Gras, White Linen Night, Po Boy Festivals & unfortunately…Cockroaches! Based on data from the US Census Bureau, approximately 42.1% of homes in New Orleans have a roach problem. Due to the vast
Cockroaches In New Orleans (And How To Prevent Them From Entering Your Home!) If you have grown up in New Orleans, or have spent any amount of time there, you may not be surprised by the sight of a cockroach
Insect infestations can be horrifying on a number of levels. Not only are bugs unpleasant and unsanitary, but left unchecked, they can do serious damage to your home. Cockroaches tend to be particularly off-putting and homeowners, you included, no doubt,
Cockroaches are one of the most difficult pests to deal with. They display very unique behaviors and survival tactics that help them thrive in almost any environment. Not only are they hard to eliminate, but they are also known to
In order for cockroaches to survive they need food, water, and a place to keep warm and hide. As the temperature gets cooler, cockroaches will soon be looking to find a new place to reside and your home would be