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Despite its name, there’s nothing lucky about finding a clover mite. Learn more about this nuisance pest.
Discover the five types of termite species to be aware of at the turn of the season if you reside in the southeastern United States.
Read on to find out what squirrels look like, what they eat, where they live and whether or not they are a threat to humans.
Along the west coast, there are five squirrel species that frequent backyards (and occasionally the confines of our homes). Learn more about these species.
Raccoons are particularly a concern in areas where their populations are thriving, such as the east coast and in cities. Learn more about these wild animals.
Apartment complexes are among the toughest structures for pest control. Find out our three main tips to avoid a pest encounter in an apartment complex.
It’s a common misconception that mosquitoes simply die upon Jack Frost’s arrival. Read on to learn more about seasonal mosquito activity.
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.
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.
Before heading outdoors this summer, check out these five little-known facts about one of the season's most common biting pests - ticks.
In Florida, termites can infest homes earlier in the year, oftentimes before the official first day of spring. Learn about the common species found in the Sunshine State.
What happens to pests like ants, mosquitoes and termites when the cold weather rolls in? Learn more about how specific pests survive the harsh elements.