Red clover mites are part of the same family as ticks and spiders. Unlike other mites, they feed solely on plants and can do heavy damage to outdoor vegetation. Keep lawns neatly maintained to help prevent these pests.
Get Rid of Clover Mites
Clover mites are of no harm to humans and pets, but do pose the risk of nuisance. They lay eggs in home foundations and migrate outdoors once hatched. Keep areas near the home well-tended to discourage infestation.
Prevention is the best method to keep rodents out of a house. Ensure all openings to the outside are sealed with proper materials. Keep counters clean, food properly stored, trash sealed, and all of it away from the ground.
Termites can devastate a home. They feed on the products used in construction. Signs of damage are hollowed wood, mud tunnels at the foundation, piles of wings or swarms, blistered paint, and minimal water damage on walls.
The first step in controlling bedbugs is finding their hideout. Once located, a plan of action can be enacted. High heat, inescticides, and powders are all good at eliminating bedbugs. Consult a pest control expert for help.