There are a lot of pests that we deal with in Hawaii. Termites, rodents and cockroaches are some of the most damaging and most frustrating pests we come into contact with, but there is one pest that is considered the least favorite and most unpopular pest in Hawaii: that pest is the bed bug! Bed bugs are difficult to locate. They are tiny, about the size of an apple seed. They are also nocturnal, which means they’re searching for a blood meal while you are sleeping.
Ah, it’s that time of year again- when the tourists invade! Actually, here in Hawaii we love our visitors; they come in droves every year, especially in August and they help our travel industry survive. They also remind us of how beautiful the state that we live in is and that we should stop for a moment to appreciate the beauty of nature that surrounds us. Other summer visitors that we appreciate far less in Hawaii are ants and other summer invaders. Now, these are true pests! They enter our homes uninvited while they search for food and they can be a real nuisance, especially when they invade in large numbers or start contaminating our food. Pests that are a problem in our Hawaii homes this time of year include ants, cockroaches, centipedes and spiders. What can be done to control these pests? Read on for a few pest control tips from the Honolulu exterminators at Sandwich Isle.
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