Reasons to Get Commercial Pest Control 

Reasons to Get Commercial Pest Control 

As a business owner, you do everything you can to promote your business, encourage repeat customers, and gain an advantage over your competitors. The success of your business often depends on word of mouth and first impressions. While pest control may not be the first...
Helping Bees While Still Keeping Your Family Safe

Helping Bees While Still Keeping Your Family Safe

Animals may be considered pests for a number of reasons. They may spread diseases, cause damage to your home or lawn, or contaminate food supplies. Some, like bees and wasps, may even cause pain and dangerous allergic reactions. But what should be done when these...
DIY Tips for Tackling Weevils 

DIY Tips for Tackling Weevils 

At Radar Pest Control, we help our great customers learn the secrets to tackling pests of all sorts along the Sunshine Coast. We encourage regular pest inspections and treatments, good sanitation, and sealing the exterior of your homes to prevent entry. But what about...
The Difference Between Wasps and Hornets

The Difference Between Wasps and Hornets

Do you have wasps around your home? Or are they really hornets? Is there even a difference?  The terms wasp and hornet are often used interchangeably in colloquial speech, but there actually are some differences. In this article, we will help to set the record...
How Do Insects Breathe?

How Do Insects Breathe?

Like humans, insects require oxygen to live. They also produce and get rid of carbon dioxide as a waste product from cellular respiration. That is as far as the similarities between insect and human breathing go. Insects do not have lungs and do not transport oxygen...
Wasps: The Good and the Bad

Wasps: The Good and the Bad

When it comes to stinging insects like bees and wasps, wasps seem to have gotten the short end of the stick. While the world has united to try to save the bees, wasps have gotten a bad reputation, but is it deserved? Let’s take a closer look at some of the good things...