As news on the coronavirus (COVID-19) changes from minute to minute, the health and safety of our customers, team and community remains the number one priority of Apple Pest Control. As a locally owned company, Apple Pest Control is prepared to continue serving San Antonio with the standard of excellence you are accustomed to while exercising expanded health and safety practices.
Termites and ants – two things you never want to see in your home. They might look similar, but here are some ways to tell the creepy crawlers apart and how to get rid of them.
The kitchen is the heart of the household during the holidays. As it gets colder, bugs and other pests will undoubtedly look for shelter in your home – and for food in your kitchen. Don’t wait until a few unwanted guests show up at your Christmas dinner! Here’s a few tips for keeping your kitchen pest-free.
The Texas heat seems to bring insects toward homes in the masses. One insect, in particular, is the wasp. Wasp tend to gravitate to crevices and corners of homes to build their nests. These nests act as a universal sign that it’s finally time to call a pest control service. If you want to handle things on your own, however, here are some things to do when you find a wasp nest.
While some pest control companies won’t touch rodents, Apple Pest Control has natural wildlife removal services to keep the animal – and your family – safe. If you’ve noticed increased rodent activity, like raccoons, around your home, take a look at the four natural raccoon deterrents listed below:
Termite control is difficult to get in front of because the signs of an infestation often go unnoticed until it’s too late. Knowing the signs of termites and how their colonies begin can help keep your home safe from these almost invisible bugs. Below are four signs your home might have termites.