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If you’re someone who lives in an apartment building, chances are you’re sharing space with other roommates who aren’t human.
In today’s uncertain times, the professional pest control industry continues its role as a vital protector of human health and safety.
Skunks are notorious for their stinky smell, but have you ever wondered why they smell?
Have you ever heard someone use the term “palmetto bug” and wonder, what type of bug is that?
Invasive species are on the move across the U.S., causing property damage and presenting new health threats. Here are the top 5 invasive pests to look out for in and around your home.
Flies are a common pest around the world. Although flies have short lifespans, they are able to quickly reproduce in large numbers and are also capable of spreading various dangerous diseases.
Bed bugs are often found in and around the bed. However, these skilled travelers often hide in a variety of unusual places that one would not think to look.
Scorpions are a common nuisance pest in the Southwest United States. Although these pests are portrayed in movies as aggressive towards humans, they try to avoid human contact and their well-known “bites” tend to be accidental.
How can you keep your home safe from pests during hurricane season? These 6 tips will help you to keep your house pest-free even when dealing with hurricanes.
Most people are familiar with the sometimes maddening itching sensation of a mosquito bite. But why do mosquito bites itch, and why do they bite people in the first place?
With more than 700 ant species living in the U.S., it is crucial to know which one you’re dealing with in order to properly get rid of these common summer pests.
Stinging insects send more than 500,000 people to the emergency room each year. While you may have heard of common pests like paper wasps and European hornets, are you able to tell the difference from how they look, to what they eat, and where they like to nest?