Our Pest Control Blog
Whether you're looking for DIY pest control methods or more information on how Bel-O Pest Solutions tackles even the toughest pest problems, you've come to the right place! Check out our blog for tips and tricks on dealing with pests in your home, as well as stay up to date on what's new in the pest industry.
Insects are a problem on any outdoor sports field, but there are some pest-centered moments that seem made for the highlight reel. We discuss three memorable pest incidents in Major League Baseball, as well as why these strange events could have occurred in the first place.
In part 2 of our mini-series on rainy day pests, we explore four more critters that love to use our homes for shelter. While they may initially invade as a temporary solution, these pests will stick around if they find enough reliable food and water.
Just because it is raining does not mean that pests are no longer a problem. Certain species of pests can invade homes when their nests flood and they want to stay dry. It is important to know which types of pests to look for during the rainy season.
Mosquitoes are more than just a nuisance- they can also transmit diseases like Zika virus and malaria. To help protect yourself and your family, it's important to understand what attracts mosquitoes and how to prevent them from breeding in your yard.
Are you wondering what kind of pests are most relevant in Illinois? Read this guide on what to look out for!
Commercial pest control can save your business. Learn the benefits of where it's needed and how to prevent pests all together.
No one wants to deal with cockroaches in their home. Learn tips on what to look for when it comes to cockroaches in your Illinois home, as well as how to prevent these pests from entering.
Ants are very common insects in Illinois. Learn the most common species of ants and how to stop an infestation before it gets out of hand.
Termites can cause a lot of damage, which can lead to you spending thousands on the aftermath. These pests can be sneaky, and you may not even know that you are cohabitating with them.
Are you worried that your middle school "Most Improved" soccer trophy or that old quilt your grandma gave you aren't safe in your attic? Check out these tips from the pros on how to keep your belongings safe from rodents in your attic.