Ant Royalty

Ant Royalty

The queen ant is one of the most fascinating creatures around. Not only is she one of the longest living insects in the world, but the survival of the colony is also completely dependent on her. This is why ant control must focus on killing the queen. If you hope to...
Important Information About Spider Bites

Important Information About Spider Bites

The vast majority of spider bites are not considered harmful, but that doesn’t stop many people from being terrified of spiders. Learning the truth about spider bites will be helpful in distinguishing fact from fiction and calming some of the fears surrounding these...
The House Mouse

The House Mouse

The house mouse (mus musculus) is one of the most common pests throughout the entire world. It is believed to have originated in central Asia, but it is now found everywhere, including throughout all of Australia. As the name suggests, the house mouse is a commensal...
The Benefits of Bugs

The Benefits of Bugs

Here at Radar Pest Control, we spend our time and energy helping people prevent and get rid of pesky bugs and rodents. From roaches to rats and silverfish to spiders, our technicians can take care of them all. But did you know that bugs are also pretty important!...
Five General Pest Control Tips

Five General Pest Control Tips

Whether you are dealing with rodents or roaches, spiders or silverfish, there are a few basic things you can do to keep most pests away from your home. Here are five general tips that every homeowner needs to know. Seal the Exterior One of the most important things...
Interesting Facts About Spider Silk

Interesting Facts About Spider Silk

When you think about spiders, one of the most common images that comes to mind is probably a spider web. Webs can be frustrating when they are in or around your home, but spider silk is also pretty fascinating. Here are some interesting facts about spider silk, as...
Millipede Control

Millipede Control

Millipedes are unique creatures that are most known for having lots and lots of legs. They are generally harmless and benefit the environment as decomposers, but sometimes population explosions can mean that they may begin to damage crops and become a nuisance in...