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Spread diseases, breed very rapidly, contaminate food, may bite, trigger allergies and asthma.


Rodents can gnaw their way into your home to gain entry. They can quickly become an infestation if not treated. They carry disease, bite when cornered, and cause damage to your home and food.

Bed Bug

Female bed bugs can lay several eggs per day. Bed bugs feed on human and animal hosts. They also hide in the most inconspicuous places.


Ants can seem very harmless, but they can bite, carpenter ants eat wood; acrobat ants’ presence is usually due to foraging for food. They nest near rotting or moist wood, piles of leaves, downspouts, porches and firewood.


Flies love waste are very pesty, and will lay eggs on anything from garbage, drains, fruit, or your food that will hatch into maggots.


Mosquitos spread Zika, Malaria, West Nile and Dengue viruses. We have all experienced an itchy bite of a mosquito, but no one wants to encounter the illness they can cause. They love light and breed in standing water.


Wasp's sting, they make nests under decks, gutters, eaves, window seals and siding. They are very territorial, meaning infestation is likely. Wasps are active from June to september/October and some species until December. It is a good idea to start preventative treatment around the perimeter of your home beginning the month of March/April and into the summer to prevent nesting. The earlier service is provided the more effective treatments are.


Spiders are creepy crawlers that find their way into any space and will bite. They love basements and attics, are not afraid of heights, and will crawl some of the tallest buildings.


Carpet and Drugstore Beetles are very destructive. They both fly. Carpet Beetles are known to generally fly straight through your window or door. They can also fall through your chimney or any opening they may find. There eggs most times go unnoticed because of their size. Their larvae love to eat pet hair, carpet, leather, furniture, feathers, dog food, corn meal, cereal, flour, etc. Adult Carpet Beetles feed on flowers, nectar, pollen, and potpourri.

Stink Bug

Stink bugs are truly a nuisance. They gather in walls, attics, windows, and crawl spaces. They feed on plants and release an offensive odor that lingers. These bugs are about an inch in length and quite thick and crunchy. If they are smashed you’ll experience their foul odor.


Fleas bite and feed on their hosts. We commonly experience cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis) infestations in North America, but there is a dog flea (Ctenocephalides canis) that is more common in Europe. Pets spread fleas and their eggs inside homes. Fleas can be found in furniture as well as on your pets. Fleas lay approximately 50 eggs per day which typically drop off their host pet onto the floor, pet bedding or anywhere pets are usually playing or resting. Needless to say fleas can quickly infest a home.


Silverfish are usually found in moist, humid areas such as bathrooms, basements, wall voids, sub-floors, garages and attics. To control silverfish, use a dehumidifier to remove moisture from the home, repair leaky pipes and drains, eliminate moldy and wet wood. Remove items stored against or near your home’s exterior since silverfish can easily climb up walls and find entrances around windows, door frames, utility pipes and vents

Termite Control

Subterranean termites can cause more damage than any other termite species. Subterranean Termites build distinctive tunnels or “mud tubes” to travel to their food source and protect themselves from drying out. They eat wood 365 days a year, using their saw-toothed jaws to bite very small pieces of wood bit by bit. Over time, subterranean termites can cause extensive structural damage to a property causing buildings to totally collapse. Subterranean termites affect homeowners across the country, as they’re found in every state in the U.S except Alaska.

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