Paul Hardy

Unless you a lawyer looking for someone to testify against our industry, call me the highlight of the day is working with our industry for the betterment of the person and...

I have received a lot of calls and emails from Pest Management Professionals in affected areas concerning flooding from hurricanes and unusual weather conditions. The question is, “What about our termite...

Help Customers Breathe Easy In addition to preventing termites and other wood-destroying organisms (WDO) from settling in a structure, moisture control helps with indoor air quality, too.

Ask any pest control professional and they will tell you; everyday in the field is different. From reptiles to insects to unwanted rodents, you name it, they’ve probably seen it. Sometimes,...

// // Pest management professionals (PMPs) first began installing moisture ground barriers and ventilation back in the mid-1960s, after the then-National Pest Control Association, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban...

Winter has arrived. Box Elder Bugs are moving in.  They search for void spaces such as holes in trees, wood piles, rocks, stones and houses. They do no damage, but are...

Eastern subterranean termites (Reticulitermes flavipes) typically swarm in the spring and early summer, but they are sometimes seen in the fall when the climate is right. This year the temperature dropped...

You do not have to be in the Pest Management Professional business to determine that crawlspaces do have a problem with moisture that leads to far bigger problems like termites, beetles,...

The old way of installing a foil radiant barrier was to roll out the foil material and staple it to the underside of the rafters from ridge to header. The problem...

The good news, with all the termite treatments and use of the new technologies, we are yet to terminate all the native subterranean termites. Today, Patrick Markey found an active swarm...