Subterranean termites are a particularly destructive species that can be very hard to keep out (and very hard to detect as well). If you don't know a lot about subterranean termites, a little education could save you thousands of dollars..
Living in Las Vegas is a constant balancing act between loving the area and getting annoyed with the tourists. Unfortunately, the tourists aren’t the only year-round nuisances around our Las Vegas homes and businesses. There are plenty of spiders to go around as well. If you see a spider on your property, should you be worried?.
Commercial property managers and residential homeowners can both agree on one thing: snakes are a bad business for everyone. Unfortunately for those of us in Las Vegas, snakes aren’t just an infrequent visitor, but a continuously unwanted lawn guest that seems to pop up everywhere we go..
Thanks to our consistently warm climate and relatively mild winters, pest species never need to disappear from the above-ground world. Frequency of pest activity is largely considered normal by Las Vegas residents, and is usually treated with an air of dismissal or an ‘I’ll do it myself’ attitude. However, this may not be the best (or safest) course of action.