DIY Pest Control
You can treat pest infestations and perform preventative pest control treatments yourself, saving you time and money. Watch the videos below for advice on how to properly use our professional grade products around your home, office, or structure.
Learn how to apply insecticides around your home yourself with this step-by-step video.
Ever wondered how to get rid of roaches yourself? Learn how to bait, one of the steps in roach control.
Sanitation and Prevention is an aspect of pest control that is often overlooked - learn the basics of sanitation here.
Knowing where ants are is the first step in getting rid of them.
Learn how to properly measure liquid insecticides with these simple tips.
You can get rid of rats by sanitizing, eliminating the rats that are there, and rat-proofing so they can't come back.
Identification, Inspection, Treatment, and Prevention are the aspects of IPM. Learn why they are important.
Inspection is essential in controlling any type of pest. Make sure you follow these steps.
Learn how to use glue boards according to the pest you are trying to capture.
Sometimes you will need to spray for ants indoors rather than baiting for them. Learn how with this video.
Spraying for ants outdoors will take care of ants as close to the source as possible.
Learn how to use ant baits indoors to eradicate your ant problem.
Outdoor ants will bring bait in bait stations back to their ant colony.
You can do your own bed bug inspection yourself using these tools and instructions.
Learn the numerous methods you can use to treat fire ants outdoors.
Bait Plate Stations are a great way to hold granular or gel bait to get rid of ants and roaches.
Roaches need food to survive - make sure you get rid of what is nourishing the roaches in your home.
Eradicating roach attractants plays an essential role in getting rid of roaches.
A combination of liquid and dust insecticide can help you get rid of stink bugs.
Follow these steps to do a subterranean termite treatment yourself around your home or structure.
You may have a cockroach problem if you notice any of these things.
Using a concentrated roach spray is an essential part of any IPM program.
Roaches can hide in many places around the perimeter of your home and in your home itself.
Inspecting for cockroaches is one of the first steps in getting rid of roaches in your home.
Knowing where stink bugs are coming from is key to controlling them.
Apply your insecticide dust properly by following these steps.
You can get rid of bed bugs yourself with our step-by-step treatment plan outlined here.
You can treat bed bugs yourself in your home using our products and tips from our experts.
Learn how to treat for carpenter ants that tend to hide in walls of a structure.
Learn how to eradicate nuisance flies with proper use of our Drain Fly Kit.
Space spray refers to spraying an aerosol in the air to get rid of flying pests. Learn how to do an application with this video.
Learn how to apply flea and tick control products on your pets.
Learn how to find fleas with a flea comb on your dog or cat.
Follow these steps to look for fleas indoors.
Learn how to treat for fleas before they are carried indoors by pets.
Follow these steps to effectively and safely kill wasps and hornets by removing their nests.
Follow these steps to get rid of fleas on your pet and in your home.
Learn how to get rid of the food, water, and harborage that rats need to survive.
Learn some of the products that can help eliminate rodent infestations in your home or business.
The bait station you use will depend on the type of bait and what rodent you need to get rid of.
You can keep termites away by following these tips.
Know whether it's a termite or ant so you know how to treat for it.
Mosquitoes can spread diseases and generally be a nuisance in your yard - follow these steps to get rid of them.
Learn the signs of spiders and where they hide so you can get rid of them in your home or business.
Make sure to discourage spiders from ever entering your home with these steps.
Make sure you keep your home and pet safe from tick infestation by knowing where to look.