Bee season is among us! When bees present a problem around your home or business we can treat and/or remove and relocate the bee hive. At Tri-X Pest Management, we pride ourselves on our eXcellent service while being responsible to our environment and protecting beneficial insects when all possible.
Signs of a rodent infestation in your home may send even the biggest animal lovers into a panic. Rodents notoriously carry over 35 diseases that they can spread by their bites, feces, and fleas and ticks.
The most venomous scorpion though, is the Arizona Bark Scorpion which can administer a neurotoxin through its sting. Any time that you have venomous pests in your home, it is important to have a pest management company there to make sure that your children and pets are safe from being stung.
Termites eat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This means that the longer that termite infestations go unnoticed and untreated, the more structural damage they will cause to the your home. Do not worry though, recognizing the signs of a termite infestation early can save you money and a headache later on down the road!
It’s that time of year again, where the Winter thaws away and we come out of hibernation with renewed motivation to clear out the garage and clean our homes from top to bottom. Yet, while Spring cleaning can be an incredibly satisfying practice where we can open all of the windows and clear out the clutter from our lives, it can be also be a stressful time as we stumble across pet infestations in and around our home.
Pigeon removal may seem trivial, but you’ll be thanking your lucky stars that you called Tri-X Pest Management before your pigeon problem got too messy to handle!
A lot of times, when travelers begin to think about bed bugs, they have already departed their home and arrived at their destination. It is once they are in their hotel that they start to realize bed bugs could be a potential issue and then they start taking the precautions that they can. However, the most effective way to prevent a bed bug infestation is to actually prepare and place several precautions before ever leaving your own home.
Cooling temperatures encourage some Las Vegas pests to hibernate, but those who don’t begin to look for a warm spot to wait out the winter.