Pest Library

Ants

Ants are the most common pest. They can travel long distances looking for water and food. Most species nest outdoors but those indoors are merely foraging for crumbs or water in the kitchen or bathroom. Ants can literally nest inside the home. We treat every species...

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Spiders

Spiders are predators. They are only in your home because they have enough food to stay alive. They are feeding on the little pests that you don't see. Most people dislike having spiders and spider webs in or on their homes. There are often blood stains under the...

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Wasps

Wasps and Hornets are similar enough to go under the same section. They like to make nests on homes under the roof overhang. They will sting if threatened. Many people are not only afraid of wasps, but allergic. Small honeycomb nests are built into large paper bulb...

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Mud Daubers

Mud Daubers (or Dirt Daubers) are a type of wasp that have extended tails. They gather dirt and mix it with their saliva to create rock hard nests on the side of homes. These nests (which can be shaped like tubes or blobs of dirt) are hard to remove and leave a...

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Termites

Termites are often confused with ants. They have two body segments, and ants have three. Termites are white, black, or red in color. Termites chew on wood to get the cellulose it contains. Soft, old wood is easier for them, but they sometimes even eat away at new...

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Mice & Rats

Mice live their whole life within 12-20 feet of their nest. House mice are grey and brown in color, although some species will be white or black. They eat a very large variety of foods. They are small and fast. Due to the fact that their bodies do not have bone...

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Moths

There are several types of moths found in homes, and treatments for them are totally different. Some go after food in the pantry, and others eat clothing in the closet. More important than using pest control products are the steps taken to exclude them from becoming a...

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Beetles

There are thousands of types of beetles.  Many can destroy gardens, shrubs, transmit germs, and scare homeowners. Dead beetles often need to be cleaned off a front porch. Box Elder Bugs are the easiest beetles to identify. They are black and orange.   Request A...

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Cockroaches

Due to modern heating, cockroaches can be found in most parts of the country. Cockroaches are survivors. Over millions of years, they have not needed to evolve very much. All roaches have wings, but few fly. Cockroach infestations have a strong, awful scent. Roaches...

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Silverfish

You will typically see silverfish crawling on walls in or near the bathroom or kitchen. They are about an inch long. In order for a silverfish to reproduce, their environment must be over 98 degrees. Silverfish usually reproduce in the attic, then they find an...

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Ticks

Ticks are a big concern because they carry serious diseases to pets and humans. Full-yard tick treatments are usually offered at an extra charge, but the standard granulation helps to keep ticks away from the home.   Request A...

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Earwigs

Earwigs also known as pincher bugs do frighten people, but normally do not harm. They are found both inside and outside, usually in moist areas. They tend to feed on fibers; i.e., glue behind wallpaper, caulking, paper products, etc.   Request A...

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Centipedes

Centipedes are predators that feed on other pests. They have a painful bite. They like dark, moist conditions and are found both indoor and outdoor.   Request A...

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Milipedes

Milipedes are worm-like creatures that move slowly, and hide beneath objects where it is dark and damp.   Request A Quote

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Fleas

Fleas are parasites that often live on dogs and cats. It is vital to have animals treated. Our product will help keep fleas from getting close to the house.   Request A...

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Pillbugs

Rollie-pollies do have a name! Pill bugs feed on decaying matter, so it is common to see them outdoors in the same place as Milipedes (under a rock).   Request A...

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