While ants at your picnic can be annoying, ants in your home or business are much worse, especially if they are carpenter ants.
Natasha is a board-certified entomologist and a member of the Entomological Society of America. She earned her bachelor’s degree in entomology at the University of Florida in 2009 and received her master’s degree in entomology at the University of Arkansas in 2013. Natasha says as long as there are humans, they will need pest control.
Relatively harmless to humans, carpenter bees can pose a threat to local structures with the tunnels they bore.
Mosquitoes always know how to ruin a good time. Now that the warm weather is here, these pests are too. But there’s still hope; here are tips to eliminate or even prevent springtime mosquitoes on your property.
Looking for a job that’s always in demand? Consider a career in pest management with us.
As we enter prime tick season, brush up on these tips to deter, spot and remove ticks and when to seek treatment for a bite.
Spring is almost here and so is the subterranean termite, which can cause the most damage of any termite species. We explain how you can fight back.
Pests can enter your house during the winter months just as much as in the summer. Learn what you should look out for and how to prevent an infestation.
You might be surprised to learn about some of the technology we employ to help monitor and control pest populations, especially for our commercial clients.
Pandemic have you feeling lonely? We offer several steps you can take to invite pests into your home for company this holiday season.
Whether you operate a clothing boutique, pharmacy, convenience or grocery store, welcoming visitors through your front door is a top priority—but only visitors of the human kind. Learn how to keep pests out by reading this blog.