June 25, 2012
Have you been noticing an increase in the number of birds around your business? Or perhaps you have even had a negative experience involving pest birds and a customer or an employee. Pest bird problems can result in damages to facility and product as well as injury. And since image and reputation are extremely important for companies trying to grow or maintain their brand, it is important to learn how to control pest birds before they negatively impact your business.
August 25, 2011
Bed bugs….ewwww, just the name is enough to make your skin crawl and with bed bug infestations popping up all across the country, college and university dorms, fraternity and sorority house as well as student apartments are not exempt from these blood-sucking insects.
July 26, 2011
In Little Rock, Benton and all across Arkansas as well as most of the United States, extreme heat and drought conditions are driving people indoors in search of some relief; unfortunately we are not the only ones. Ants, spiders, cockroaches and many other insects are seeking refuge from the heat and lack of water and much to our dismay, the best place for them to do this is inside our homes.
June 9, 2011
With the official start of summer just a little over a week away, McCauley Services would like to remind homeowners in Little Rock, Benton and Hot Springs as well as those throughout Arkansas that this is the time of year to start preparing for mosquito season. Mosquitoes are the small, blood-sucking insects that often ruin backyard bbq’s, outdoor weddings and pool parties with their annoying buzz and irritating bites.
November 29, 2010When you hear mice running through your walls or spot one in your kitchen or pantry, it can be very disturbing. Sharing your home with mice and other rodents is not only unappealing; it can be hazardous to the health of you and your family and may even result in damage to your home. Prevent mouse and rodent problems with helpful McCauley's pest prevention tips.
September 15, 2010
Have you noticed spiders in your Arkansas home? Many of us have and really it’s not surprising because spiders like the American house spider have been enjoying the higher insect levels that come along with summer. While they are helpful in keeping the insect population down, unfortunately they often move indoors to find secure areas to build their webs.