Learn more about some of the different types of pests that we exterminate and how they could be bothersome to you, your family and your business.
Wasps / Hornets / Bees
Ticks / Mites
ScorpionsPicture a credit card and how thin it is. That's all the space one of these scorpions needs to make its way into your home. Their stings are infamous and leaves numbness and pain for hours. They're nocturnal and most incidences occur in the middle of the night. Doesn't that make you want to hold off on that drink of water?
AntsYou know the saying, "if you give a mouse a cookie..." well the same goes for ants. If you let one in, it will lead hundreds of its friends to your home by leaving scent trails. Although they are small in size, their bites are a nuisance and cause serious allergic reactions.
TermitesMany people might never see a bug in the many years they've resided in their home, but they've never looked in between the walls where termite live. Regular treatments help prevent complete destruction of your home and your wallet.
Wasps / Hornets / BeesBlack and Yellow! Black and Yellow! It may be a great theme song for the Steelers, but those colors usually resonate fear when we think of bees or wasps. Like a game of chess, if you take out the queen, you have a great chance of taking out the colony.
CockroachesGross! Eww! are two of our first reactions when we hear the word cockroach. But the first thing we should think of is Salmonella, E. Coli, and Staphylococcus because these are some of the bacteria that roaches can harbor on their bodies and spread to any surface they touch.
Black WidowsShe may have a starring role in The Avengers, but she's not a welcome guest in your home. Everyone knows one bite left untreated can be fatal. Why risk your health and your family's health with one lurking in the dark? We take care of them. Period.
CricketsBark Scorpions loves crickets. So does spiders and other insects. Crickets are like roaches because they feed on just about everything. They're known for chirping. Catching some z's will be difficult when they're playing their symphony.
EarwigsInvasion of the alien bug that crawls into your ear and lay eggs in your brain! Just kidding. This is an old-wives tale that has followed the earwigs for years. But what isn't science fiction is that your home offers the perfect resources for the earwigs; food, shelter, and water. Although they're harmless to humans, their presence when in abundance is a nuisance, and since they love the tiniest cracks and crevices, they can be difficult to eradicate on your own.
SilverfishBook bindings, carpet, dandruff, hair and paper are some the few items these silverfish love to gnaw on. They can also contaminate food and destruction to your personal property. When it rains, these buggers are sure to be present right after rainstorms. Book bindings, carpet, dandruff, hair, and paper are some the few items these silverfish love to gnaw on. They can also contaminate food and cause destruction to your personal property.
BedbugsGoodnight, sleep tight, don't let the bedbugs bite. Bedbugs feed on blood and you are the perfect host. Their bites create some serious rashes and redness that last for days. And if you're sharing a bed with them, you could get bit every night, and your rashes can last for months.
Ticks / MitesYou don't have to have pets to attract these. All you need is blood. And you have plenty of that. They can climb onto you while you're taking those long beautiful hikes in nature or at a small picnic in the local park. These tiny biters are known to spread a bacteria that leads to Lyme disease.
FleasYou love your four-legged furry family member! And so do they. But fleas doesn't stop with your pets. They love anything that has blood, including you. They're small, they jump, they bite, they itch, they're annoying.