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Ants

How To Kill Ants

Crazy Rasberry Ant

Ants



Rats, Mice, Squirrels, Moles, Gophers, Raccoons, Possums, Pigeons

How To Kill Rats & Mice

Mole & Gopher Control

Pigeon Control

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Roof Rat

Rats and Mice have been responsible for or implicated in the spread of various diseases to people and domestic animals for years. Today however, because ofimprovements in sanitation, effective drugs, and rodent and insect control programs, the disease threat from rodents is not as significant as it once was. But because of the habits of rodents traveling in sewers, garbage, etc., there are still cases of human and animal diseases being transmitted and there is also the constant potential of disease outbreaks in cities where rats and mice live in close proximity to people. However small the threat may be, it is a potential that always must be kept in mind. Learn More About How To Kill Rats & Mice

Moles There are several species of moles in the U.S. The Eastern mole (Scalopus aguaticus) is the most numerous and widespread in the eastern United States, and is responsible for most of the complaints concerning mole damage to lawns and gardens. The most troublesome species on the coast of Oregon and Washington is the Townsend's mole (Scapanus townsendi), and in California, the broad-footed mole, (Scapanus latimanus). Other species of moles in the United States are, for the most part, of no pest significance. Although there are some differences between the various species of moles, most moles have similar biology and behavior. Therefore, the following discussion will be based upon the biology, behavior, and control of the eastern mole. Learn More About Mole & Gopher Control

Nuisance Pigeons are sometimes referred to as a "flying rat" and can ruin the looks of your building as well as pose a health threat to employees and guests. Pigeon droppings contain uric acid that actually eats into the surface it drops on. Painted surfaces, canvas awnings, signs and other similar surfaces pose the most risk. Dried bird droppings can contain many fungal and viral diseases that can represent a serious liability to your company. Histoplasmosis, Encephalitis, Meningitis, St. Louis Encephalitis, and Salmonella are just a few of the common viral and bacterial diseases that have been associated with bird droppings. Fleas, Ticks, Mites, and Lice are just a few of the parasites that have been associated with Pigeons. Continued.....


Asian Beetles

How To Kill Asian Lady Beetles

Asian Beetles

Asian Beetles

BedBugs

How To Kill BedBugs

Bed Bugs

Bed Bugs

Bugs You Can't See Biting You

Bugs You Can't See Biting You

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Bugs Biting You That You Can't See?

If you are one of the growing numbers of people that are being "bitten" by something, but you can't see it, then don't feel all alone.

Sometimes, the "bugs" may be real. Sometimes they lay totally within the mind of the affected individual. If you are faced with the possibility of either a real or an imaginary infestation, a very careful and thorough examination of the premises should be conducted before applying any pesticides! Continued....

 

Cockroaches

How To Kill Cockroaches

Cockroaches

Cockroaches


Crickets

How To Kill Crickets

Crickets

Field Cricket

Fabric and Fiber Pests

Carpet Beetle

Varied Carpet Beetle (Adult)

How To Kill Carpet Beetles

How To Kill Clothes Moths

How To Kill Silverfish and Firebrats

How To Kill House Dust Mites

Flies

How To Kill Flies

Flies

Flies






Flour Beetles

How To Kill Red and Confused Flour Beetles

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Red Flour Beetle

It only takes Flour Beetle eggs 5-12 days to hatch. Once they hatch, they will immediately begin to feed and grow into larvae. It only takes the Flour Beetle four months to reach adulthood once hatched. Adult Flour Beetles generally only live for about a year, but have been known to live up to 3 years in some areas.

Flour Beetles are more of a nuisance than a damage-causing pest. They will not feed on or destroy furniture like many household pests. If they are discovered in grains or food products, the products will have to be tossed out. For livestock owners, Flour Beetles can be a problem because they enjoy feeding on the grains used to feed these animals and the animals will refuse to eat it if Flour Beetles are present. It also diminishes the value of the feed if they are found within it. Continued....

Parasites

How To Kill Fleas and Ticks

How To Kill Head And Body Lice

Fleas

Flea



Old House Borers

How To Kill Old House Borers

old house borer

Adult Old House Borer



Powder Post Beetles

How To Kill And Get Rid Of Powder Post Beetles

powder post beetle

Powder Post Beetles

Powder post beetles go through a complete metamorphosis, just like a fly or a flea. There is an egg, larvae, pupae and adult. Once the larvae have turned into adults, they will emerge from the wood. This will most likely happen during any of the months between April and July. You may notice tiny holes in your furniture from this process which are called "exit" holes. Continued....

Spiders

How To Kill Spiders

Black Widow Spider

Black Widow Spider

Springtail

How To Kill and Get Rid Of Springtails and Snow Fleas

springtail snow flea

Common Springtail or Snow Flea

Scorpion

How To Kill Scorpions

Scorpion

Scorpion

Stinkbugs

How To Kill Stinkbugs

stinkbug

Stinkbug

Termites

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Subterranean Termite

Dead Subterranean Termite





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