Category: Ocassional Invaders

Fall 2020 Pest Gazette

In this Issue of the Fall 2020 Pest Gazette In this issue of the Fall 2020 Pest Gazette, you’ll learn all about some pests that are not DIY pests. There’s also some great info about pantry pests called Indian Meal Moths, just in time for holiday baking. Raccoon habits and nuisance wildlife are covered. And […]

Top 5 Tips on Keeping Fall Pests Out

Keep Fall Pests Out! The season will be changing soon. The hot, bright, summer nights will be replaced with early dusk and sweater weather. As Fall sets in and temperatures drop, fall pests will begin to seek shelter inside the structures of homes and businesses. Don’t let a pest invasion happen to you! Rose Pest […]

Rose Pest Solutions Spring Pest Gazette 2020

Brought to you by Rose Pest Solutions   Don’t Invite these Carpenters into Your Home: Carpenter Ants Flowers are springing from the ground and ants have started trailing around your home- spring has arrived! Ants currently hold the prized #1 position as far as top nuisance spring pests go in the United States. Thus, it […]

Winter Pests and How to Avoid Them

Rose Pest Solutions brings you the 2020 Winter Gazette! The following article will help ensure that your home is protected from winter pests looking for shelter. Whether they’re hiding in the wood for your fireplace or a sweater found at the thrift store, we have tips you need to keep winter pests out. Winter Pests […]

Keys to Holiday Pest Proofing

Decking the halls for seasonal festivities? Your decorations may have been home to critters in less-traveled storage spaces in your home. As you pull down boxes of ornaments from the attic or dig out bins of wrapping paper from the basement, be on the look out for signs of mice, spiders, and other critters’ eggs. […]

5 Tips to Keep Pantry Pests Out

‘Tis the season of sweet treats and homemade comfort food. As you take inventory of your cabinets for holiday baking supplies be sure to check your ingredients as well as the expiration dates. During this time of the year, an array of occasional invaders might be eating their way through your loosely sealed food containers. […]