• Pests
  • Rain and Pests in The Springtime

      Rain and Pests -You may notice an invasion of pests like ants, roaches, and spiders into your home after a rainy day. Why? In most cases, their shelter is compromised, forcing the pests out of hiding in search of a drier refuge. With the proper pest control this should deter any potential issue. Also, you can make your home less appealing […]

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  • Springtime Pests to be Aware

      Springtime brings new unwanted Springtime Pests to deal with in your home or offices. Is there anything worse than not knowing how to get rid of the bugs you find when you’re spring cleaning? Be it roaches or spiders or even ladybugs, springtime is when they all seem to come out of hiding. This isn’t just an […]

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  • Bed Bugs Should you be concerned

      When lying in your bed at night are you ever concerned about bed bugs? These unwelcome pests can invade your hope without you even knowing. Questions to ask yourself when being concerned are: Have I traveled lately? Have I had house guests stay overnight lately?   With bed bugs instead of being able to sleep […]

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  • Insects Cold Weather

      All insects have some ability to withstand cold weather. One of the most common strategies is to bury themselves underground, beneath leaf litter, or to burrow under tree bark for protection and hibernate for the season. These protective maneuvers work well most winters, allowing insect populations to remain relatively stable. Warmer than average winters […]

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  • Raccoons in the Winter

      Freezing temperatures are a challenging time for most animals in the wild. Raccoons combat these challenges through a series of physical and behavioral adaptations that keep them fed and warm through the cold months. Raccoons are omnivores, gaining nutrients from plants, animals, eggs, insects and human items such as food from garbage cans and […]

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  • Termites in the Winter

      Termites in the Winter. We all are aware of termites around swarming season in May. We can see activity in our normally warmer months of the year. In the winter and wet months, they seem to disappear, leading many to believe that they either just stop working and hibernate or just die off under […]