There are a few common kinds of beetles that have been seen infesting local trees, according to an expert on pest control in Santa Clarita.
Unipest has recently seen an increased number of diseased and/or infested trees which have required tree injections for treatment, according to Cardon Ellis. Continue reading
There are three different species of birds that are considered “registered pests” by the state of California, according to an expert on pest control in Santa Clarita.
Pigeons, swallows and starlings fall under this category because of the diseases they frequently carry, according to Cardon Ellis from Unipest. Continue reading
Two important parts of bee hive removal are being discussed by an expert on pest control in Santa Clarita.
First, the time the bee hive removal is performed is key, according to Cardon Ellis of Unipest. Continue reading
Residents interested in identifying potential termite infestations at their homes themselves can learn from the Santa Clarita pest control experts at Unipest.
“Right now it is the termite season,” said Owner Cardon Ellis. “When you get 77 or above degree nighttime temperatures followed by moisture, even from sprinklers or rain or whatever, boom, they just come out by the thousands.” Continue reading
The Santa Clarita pest control company Unipest is giving residents a DIY tip on raccoon removal without the use of experts.
“People especially in Valencia get a lot of raccoons,” said Owner Cardon Ellis. “You see them everywhere in Santa Clarita.” Continue reading
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Black widows and “brown widows” are extremely successful in the Santa Clarita Valley, and this summer time heat is making their populations grow even more. A black widow’s venom is reported to be 15 times more venomous than a rattlesnake’s and their web more powerful than stainless steel.
The spider’s venom is a paralytic neurotoxin that freezes their prey and can be a significant health hazard to larger animals like humans and pets.
Many people mistake spiders in their homes for Brown Recluses, but to date, there have been no registered cases of brown recluse bites in California. In theory, they could survive in an imported good for a period of time, but they wouldn’t reproduce effectively. Continue reading