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Ants

Ant infestation is the most commonly reported pest problem. These tiny scavengers will enter your home or business looking for moisture and an accessible food

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Bed Bugs

Bed bugs have largely been thought of as being a problem of the past. Unfortunately, we are now experiencing a widespread recurrence of bed bugs

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Bees

A bee or wasp problem in or your home or yard can disrupt daily life and put both you and your family in danger. If

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Beetles

Beetles make up the largest category of insects in the world, accounting for approximately 25% of all life forms on earth. In fact, there are

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Cockroaches

Just about everyone knows what a cockroach looks like; they are everywhere. While it is often jokingly stated that if anything could survive a nuclear

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Flies

Flies, typically considered a nuisance, exist in all regions of the United States. There are more than 240,000 different species of flies in the world.

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Mosquitoes

Nearly everyone is affected by mosquitoes during the warmer months of the year. These pests swarm at outdoor events and breed prolifically in stagnant water–from

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Moths

By the time you notice moths in your home, they have usually already found something they like to eat. Fortunately, their feeding choices are rather

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Rodents

Mice and rats are a problem when they find their way into your home. They like to be near humans so that they have a

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Spiders

Spiders are generally good to have around, as they help minimize the population of harmful insects. The problem arises, however, when they negatively affect humans.

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Termites

Subterranean termites are the most common and destructive termite in the U.S. Interestingly, they are found in every state except Alaska. Subterranean, by definition, means

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Ticks

Ticks can be found year-round but are most prevalent in the warm summer months. They are parasites, and as a result, are on a continual

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