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You’ve seen a host of ants in the kitchen or a mouse or two in the basement, so you call your pest management company and look forward to having them resolve your pest issue quickly. However, days pass and you are actually seeing more ants (or mice) than ever before. So, what is going on? Why is this happening when you’ve invested your time and money into hiring a pest management company?
Stink Bugs are out earlier this year because of the rainy summer we had and now, our cooler weather is forcing stink bugs to make their way inside to find warmth. In addition, stink bugs secrete pheromones to alert other stink bugs to where they are, which is why they can frequently be found congregating.
There were more than 2,378 rat-reported complaints in NYC during the month of June — and this number continues to rise.
Five cases of locally transmitted malaria were discovered in Texas and Florida, citing mosquito-borne diseases are expected to travel outside of their typical regions.
Whether you’re opening up the pool or getting ready to fire up the grill this Memorial Day weekend – don’t forget to protect your home from pests!
With an estimated 300,000 new cases of Lyme Disease occurring in the US every year, it's important to remember that the peak season for contracting the tick-borne illness is late spring into early summer.
If your home is located next to a wooded area or a grassy field, you’ve most likely seen wildlife on your property.
The New York State Department of Health sent out an official warning this week notifying people about the arrival of ticks, along with the start of the warmer spring weather.
With this week's forecast predicting more snowy days on the way, you can take steps to make sure that your home does not become a snow hideout for mice.
Be proactive and keep these unwanted late-season guests out of your home. The first step is knowing who they are and how to block all their entry points.
Today’s pest control technicians are educated professionals who focus on environmentally conscious ways to vanquish pests.