Posts With The Category: "Pest Prevention Tips"
There are many pest birds that now call Hawaii home. Though they are not native to the Islands, they didn't take any time making themselves comfortable. Some have even managed to make themselves seem as though they belong in this island paradise or that they somehow add to its exotic and wild ambiance. But the truth is, a pest bird is a pest. All it takes is one feral chicken making noise at all hours of the night to realize that these birds are pests, or two dozen pigeons roosting on your roof and leaving their feces everywhere, to understand that pest birds are a pain in the neck.
So far you have been fortunate enough to escape their wrath, but many of your neighbors are battling them as we speak. They lurk in the dark recesses of your home undetected and can cause extensive damage before you even know they have invaded. They often travel as if cloaked and stealthily keep from being discovered, and all the while they are in full attack mode scuttling in and out of your home and destroying its very integrity. What is this dreaded nemesis that is causing so much stir in Hawaii lately? Well, it’s termites of course! These little insects with huge appetites will eat anything wood that it can reach. In fact, they cause over $5 billion annually in damages to homes and businesses across the United States. Yes, that is a ‘b’ as in billion; and to make matters worse, most insurance carriers won’t cover the cost of damages done by these overeaters.
At Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions there is no job too big for our highly trained team of professional pest control agents. When given the opportunity to accomplish a huge task and support our military men and women in a big way, we jumped at the chance – confident that if they can risk so much to serve us, then we could do the same to serve them.
If you are noticing tiny ants that pack a powerful long-lasting sting invading your Hawaiian property you are not alone. Little fire ants are tiny non-native invaders that have taken over the eastern side of the Hawaii Island and if people are not vigilant they will soon spread and cause damage to other parts of Hawaii as well. These ants will rain down from trees on windy days to sting the neck, arms, and torso of people and children. Little fire ants are doing their best to take over Hawaii, so we have to work together to do our best to stop them!