Pest News & Views

PestWorld offers up-to-date pest control news and pest-related articles. Whether you're looking for pest information or just looking out for your health, our pest blog articles and columns are sure to pique your interest. Browse our pest control news sections below.

Pest Articles

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Where Do Mosquitoes Go in Winter?

It’s a common misconception that mosquitoes simply die upon Jack Frost’s arrival. Read on to learn more about seasonal mosquito activity.

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Paper Wasps Can Stick Around During Winter

Have you ever spotted a wasp flying around your home in the dead of winter and wondered, “Where in the world did that come from?” Read on to learn why this happens.

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The One Resolution Homeowners Should Make

While pest-proofing might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of a News Years resolution, it can save you a lot of time and money over the course of the year if done properly.

Health Hub

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How To Safely And Easily Remove A Tick

Found a tick on your skin? Follow this step-by-step guide to safely and successfully remove a tick.

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The “Triple Threat” of Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes pose a triple threat to our health in the form of dengue fever, chikungunya and Zika virus. Learn more about these mosquito-borne diseases.

Guest Columnists

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7 Ways Pests Are Taking the Sweat Equity Out of Your House

More than you may realize, pests are capable of undermining the quality and longevity of the home improvements you've labored to make. Keep reading to learn about several ways in which your home could be vulnerable to insects and rodents—and what you can do to stop these threats in their tracks.

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How to Avoid a Winter Pest Invasion

Home improvement expert, Bob Vila, offers advice to prevent a pest party in your home following the harsh winter season.