Now that spring is in the air, bugs are in the air as well. How do you choose the best way to protect you and your loved ones from aggravating insects? And with mosquito-borne illnesses like Zika and West Nile …

It’s that time of year. All the critters are waking up and ready to party—but you definitely don’t want them partying in your pad! Fleas, ants, and roaches are especially common (and especially annoying) when it comes to invaders you …

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We know you care about the environment. We also know you care about keeping your home spider-free. In this age of do-it-yourself, all-natural solutions, we’ve polled our favorite holistic sources to compile this list of natural spider repellents:

  1. Make your

Spring has sprung! With the delights of the warmer weather also comes a long to-do list for homeowners. One of the important benefits of spring yard cleanup is that it helps protect your home from pesky springtime invaders.

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It seems we’ve vastly under-appreciated spiders as a species. We scream when we see them, squash them with our shoes, and even write whole horror movies about them. Come to find out, however, arachnids are supremely important to the world’s …

Even though the calendar doesn’t make it official for another week, spring is definitely in the air! That wonderful warmer weather, however, brings with it an increased number of pests to watch out for. In fact, you can take the …

One of the most common fears of humanity, besides public speaking, of course, is the fear of spiders. As much as 30% of the population suffers from at least some level of arachnophobia, not surprising given that they are one …

When it comes to popularity contests, this is one you definitely don’t want to win. This year a new city won top honors for—yuck— bed bug infestations. Baltimore now holds the honor of most bed bug-ridden city in the U.S. …

If you’ve never heard of the Japanese Beetle, it’s time you made their acquaintance. Chances are they are already burrowed deep in your lawn, or heading there eventually, as they especially thrive in Virginia and Maryland and the surrounding areas.