Nothing can upset your sleep routine and household like a bed bug infestation. Find answers to common questions about bed bugs.
Learn about common pest problems in Georgia’s winters, and how to prepare for bugs that emerge each spring.
Since South Carolina winters aren’t especially cold, a larger population of insects can survive the season to come back with a vengeance in spring.
As the weather warms up, bugs return to our yards and homes, multiplying and thriving off the summer heat.
Insects are cold-blooded, which means they rely on environmental heat to regulate their body temperature. As the weather warms up, these bugs return to our yards and homes, multiplying and thriving off the summer heat.
Georgia is a hotbed for termite infestations. Learn how to spot the signs of an infestation, and how to eliminate termites from your home.
Termite infestations can sometimes progress for years without obvious signs, which is why it’s important to take preventative measures, especially in a hotbed like South Carolina.
Learn more about mosquito season in Georgia and how to eliminate mosquitos in and around your home. Contact Compass for a quote.
With South Carolina’s warm climate, mosquito season generally lasts from March to October. However, the peak of mosquito activity is during the warm summer months.
German roaches are a common problem in households and businesses across Georgia and South Carolina. They are generally more troublesome than their larger cousins, the American cockroach.