December 14, 2012
With the weather getting colder in Little Rock and surrounding Arkansas communities, you can tell that the holiday season is in the air! And just like you enjoy getting cozy inside during the holidays, so do many pests including spiders in Arkansas.
July 26, 2012
This summer has been a hot one throughout the country and right here in Little Rock and Arkansas. And as summer has set in, here at McCauley Services we’ve seen an increase in insect activity. Not only are mosquitoes and common household pests annoying, they also attract spiders!
May 19, 2012
The warm weather pests are back and if you haven’t already, now is the time to pest proof your home before you have serious issues with Arkansas insects. We all like to enjoy the outdoors and the warm weather but we must be cautious to avoid the threat of pests while we are enjoy the long spring and summer days. Problematic pests for people and sometimes property include fleas, ticks, spiders, ants, mosquitoes, and stinging insects.
March 19, 2012
Since prevention is the best way to maintain a pest free residence, not only is it important to keep the inside of your home pest proofed, but also the outside. Your property could be serving as an invitation for spring pests such as termites and ants to form colonies and invade your property and your home. To avoid any critters from landing a spot on your lawn this spring, McCauley Services has a few outdoor spring cleaning tips to keep the pests away.
September 22, 2011
The black widow spider is probably one of the most recognizable Arkansas spiders found in homes throughout Benton, Little Rock, Hot Springs and across the state. These spiders prefer to spin their webs outdoors, in dark, secluded places, usually near the ground, but can also be found inside our homes in the dark corners of garages, sheds, basements and crawl spaces; where ever there is an ample amount of wandering insects for them to feast on.
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.