It’s that time of the year again – back to school in Arkansas! There is hope that the summer heat will soon give way to a cool autumn. Parents rejoice as the younger kids get out of their hair and cry as the older ones head back to college. Everyone is busy this time of year. Whether you’re shopping for school supplies, planning schedules, shuttling kids back and forth from practices and rehearsals or getting into the swing of doing homework again - back to school is definitely a hectic time for everyone. Read More . . .
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When the sun comes out to play, the bugs do the same. Clark Exterminating knows that summer and bugs are not the greatest mix. We wanted to share with you which pests are most common during the summertime so you know what to look for and steer clear of. Along with which pests are prevalent in the heat, we've also listed some things you can do to prevent these critters from bugging you and your home this summer. Don’t give these bugs any reason to linger around. Keep reading to learn which bugs are most likely to overstay their welcome during the hotter months. Read More . . .
Here at Clark Exterminating, we know a thing or two about bugs. We wanted to impart some of our knowledge to you and share what we think are the five strangest creepy crawlies across the world. Keep reading to learn more about what’s creeping and crawling around on our planet – and hopefully not in your home. Read More . . .
Summer is finally here, and what’s not to love? The days are longer, the sun is warmer, the tea is sweeter, and the best berries are in season. However, it’s hard to ignore one aspect of summer that’s not quite so delightful: there are bugs everywhere. Read More . . .
Sunshine and warm temps mean getting to be outside and enjoying the great outdoors! A summer adventure wouldn’t be half the fun without bringing our pets along for the journey. While we all love bringing back fun memories from adventures, often times we bring back more than that - we bring back pests! This summer, Clark Exterminating wants you to enjoy the great outdoors with your pets, while avoiding bringing pests home with you. To keep those pests outdoors where they belong, follow these steps all summer long. Read More . . .
Pests, critters, creepy-crawlies...whatever word you may use, a bug is a bug. Or is it an insect? Believe it or not there are differences between the two. Did you know, while all bugs are indeed insects, not all insects are bugs? It sounds crazy – we know – but there are a few major differences that prove not all insects are true bugs. Our professionals at Clark Exterminating are here to help you decipher between a true bug or simply just an insect. Read More . . .
Ever wondered where the bumblebee got its name? Or how about the science behind a red-and-black-spotted beetle being called ladybug? There are so many bugs out there with some pretty creative names. So how are they named? Well, your friends at Clark Exterminating have done some research and have the answers for you. These random facts about common bugs may help on the next trivia night you attend with friends. Read More . . .
Tick, tick, tick… No, we’re not talking about that old clock hanging on your living room wall. We’re talking about an increased tick population! Due to recent warmer winters, scientists are warning people to be on the lookout for tick bites. They’re paying particular attention because a rare tick-borne disease called Powassan (POW for short) is spreading throughout the Northeast. Fortunately, the pros at Clark Exterminating know just how to keep you in the clear. Read More . . .
Birds chirping, wind chimes tinkling and babbling water are all common sounds of springtime, especially in Arkansas. Speaking of Spring, nature’s favorite holiday is just around the corner - Earth Day! Every day is Earth Day for your friends at Clark Exterminating – we specialize in ridding the bad bugs and keeping or simply relocating the good ones so your home can thrive in its Natural State. Our professionals have rounded up a list of ways to celebrate our beautiful planet this weekend. Read More . . .