1. Scorpions Are Fascinating

    No one wants to find scorpions in their home or get stung by one.  But they are very interesting and unique arachnids. Scorpions give birth to live young! They ride on their mother's back for protection until they can safely disperse. Scorpions have a long life span. They can live between 2-10 years in the wild or up to 25 years in captivity! Scorpions can live up to a year without eating and can…Read More

  2. Brown Recluse Spider?

    The brown recluse spider has a violin shape on its head segment with the neck of the violin pointing toward the abdomen. It has six eyes arranged in pairs, with one pair in front and a pair on either side of the head. Both male and female are venomous, however the spiders are very timid. Its body is not more than 3/8″ long. Both the legs and the abdomen are uniformly colored. The recluse is name…Read More

  3. Wolf Spiders

    Wolf spiders are one of the most common spiders and are considered beneficial because of the pests that they consume. They do not spin webs but are active hunters in your yard at night. These spiders are often misidentified as brown recluse but are generally not harmful and will only bite if handled or provoked. If you shine a flashlight into your yard at night you may see the sparkles of the wolf…Read More

  4. Pest Control & Warranties

    The main difference between our one-time service and that of others is that we offer a free return within 3 months on almost any pest control service that we do unless the service is limited by the consumer (such as only treating outside for roaches instead of in and out, or only treating inside). Most warranties for one-time service are for one month…that is not really long enough to make sure …Read More

  5. Fungus Gnats

    When moving plants indoors during the cooler months, you may see small gnats flying in the house. This is common with indoor plants whether they’re houseplants, poinsettias for the holidays or for those outdoors plants being temporarily stored indoors when it’s cold. Fungus gnats are small flies that are blackish with two wings & long legs. Fungus gnats may be seen flying indoors around …Read More

  6. Rodent Proofing Your Home

    The best longest-lasting form of rat & mice control in homes is sealing & exclusion. Rodents can get into entry points that are 1/4″ or larger so sealing cracks and openings in foundations and any openings for water pipes, electric wires, sewer pipes, drain spouts, and vents is a must. Make sure doors, windows, and screens fit tightly. Their edges can be covered with sheet metal if gnawi…Read More

  7. Pantry Pests

    Getting rid of food-infesting moths or beetles takes continuous, persistent effort at removing and cleaning up the infestation, especially if it has been present for a while. Some pests are capable of living for many weeks without food, so the threat of reinfestation exists until they die off or are killed. It is best, at least for several months after eliminating the infested products, to store a…Read More

  8. Silverfish Control

    Silverfish can live in envelopes and will eat clothing and do damage to papers, etc if left unchecked. They are usually found in stored boxes. You can purchase silverfish baits online, and if they are fresh, they can be effective. We recommend buying a roach powder (99% orthoboric acid, 1% inert ingredients) and dusting boxes that have papers, etc in them (available at Home Depot, etc). If you hav…Read More

  9. Lady Bug or Asian Lady Beetle?

    This time of year you may find a small cluster (or many more) of what look like lady bugs inside your home or on the exterior of your home. Most likely these are Asian Lady Beetle which are a non-native insect. They do not infest homes but do enter structures looking for a place to stay for winter. They are usually more of a light orange color rather than the typical red lady  bug. The best thing…Read More

  10. Fall is a great time to apply Beneficial Nematodes!

    If you suspect that your yard may be infested with fleas, beneficial nematodes are a good choice for control. They are microscopic worms that are broadcast into the soil. They feed on flea larvae and can also help with fire ants, white flies, grubs among other undesirable lawn pests. If you pull white socks over your ankles and walk around the yard for a few minutes you should be able to see fleas…Read More