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  • Why Professional Pest Control?

    You like many have a garage full of pest control chemicals you bought to try and save money and take care of our pest control problem. Unfortunately, like most you are not successful and here is why. Many pest control companies have a relationship with an entomologist, who studies bugs and how they invest your […]

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  • Autumn Gardens and Wildlife

      Autumn Gardens – Many types of mammals, invertebrates and amphibians sleep through the coldest months. Some species, like hedgehogs, truly hibernate. Others, such as frogs, enter a state of torpor from which they rouse easily to look for food or stretch. Gardeners can help by ensuring garden wildlife has somewhere cool and dry to rest undisturbed […]

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  • Ants in the Fall

      It’s that time of the year for pumpkin patches, college football, and hopefully some cooler weather. But it is also time for fall ant invasions! Cooler weather means it’s time for the ants creeping around outside your house to come knocking! As the temperatures dip, the best line of defense to keep them from […]

  • Mosquitoes
  • Zika Virus Symptoms

    The Zika virus is still in the news. We at Southern Pest Control thought it would be best to give you an update on the zika virus symptoms. Many people infected with Zika virus won’t have symptoms or will only have mild symptoms. The most common symptoms of Zika are Fever Rash Headache Joint pain […]

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  • Are you worried about Ants in your yard?

      Ants are not generally considered dangerous pests, but they can pose significant health and cosmetic damage to turf grass. Controlling them in the lawn becomes important where their hill building causes root damage to grass and unsightly mounds. These colony insects settle in large numbers and build intricate labyrinths in grass root systems. Knowing […]

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  • Plants repel Mosquitoes

      PLANTS REPEL MOSQUITOES -Summertime is time from fun in the sun, outdoor cooking and just relaxing next to the pool. But this hot time of the year also brings out that most hated insect in the South, the Mosquito. In addition to spraying yourself down with whatever you can find to help, for a […]