This summer, many Minnesota homeowners are dealing with some unwanted guests. Pest control experts are seeing a boom in carpenter ants due to the wet spring.
When you were wishing for warmer weather, you may have overlooked this small fact: Warm weather brings out the bugs. Right now, pest experts say they’re getting a lot of calls from homeowners about box elder bugs and carpenter ants.
Many Minnesotans have waited months for the snow to melt. But what’s underneath has homeowners alarmed this spring. Yards with long trails of dead grass and shrubs with the bark eaten off are signs of a type of field mouse called a vole.
Carpenter ants are creating problems for homeowners. The insects can chew away portions of the wood in your home, just like termites.
One of the few downsides to our mild winter is that more of those pesky bugs survived.
The early arrival of spring also means the early arrival of all those pesky bugs.
A Burnsville apartment complex is getting its rental license revoked after failing to properly respond to multiple code violations.
A Burnsville apartment complex is at risk of losing its rental license. The Country Village Apartments must meet fire code compliance this week or its tenants could be forced from their homes.
Stink bugs have now reached Hennepin County.
A lot more than people are living in a Burnsville rental complex. On Thursday, residents told stories of insects, rodents, even amphibians inside.
Whether homeowners have ants, earwigs, bees or mice in invading their house, they just want the little invaders gone.
If you talk to pest control technicians and hardware store employees, they’ll tell you the same thing. A lot of people are having troubles with mice.
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