A couple of weeks ago, we told you all about the most common pests that you can expect when your children go back to school. This week, our blog centers around the most common pest issues you can expect when the warm summer temperatures turn into blustery fall days. You may think your pest concerns will disappear with the summer, but here are a few pests to look out for during the fall. Read More . . .
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Of the 3,500 species of cockroaches in the world and the 55 species found in the United States, the German Cockroach is the most common household roach pest in Arkansas. Even the cleanest of homes are at risk for an infestation. Roaches can often be brought into the home by way of cardboard boxes and grocery bags, used appliances or furniture, plumbing in apartment buildings, or clothing from school or work. Read More . . .
Many times, the first time people think to call an exterminator is only after they notice a pest infestation in their home or office. And even then, sometimes it is usually after they’ve attempted taking care of the problem themselves and been unsuccessful at removing the infestation. The truth of the matter is that pest infestations can damage your property, create an uncomfortable atmosphere for your family, and contaminate your home. The best way to eliminate an unwanted infestation in your home is to hire a professional that can find the source, determine the cause and eliminate the infestation once and for all. And of course, for safe, lasting extermination, a contract can help ensure the infestation never comes back.
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A time of travel and a time of relaxation in the form of a vacation is about to come your way. Right now you could be planning what to pack and picking out your hotel accommodations, and dreaming of sticking your toes in some sand. But before you wrap up that checklist, let’s talk about a common pest issue that could affect your entire home after the vacation is over.Read More . . .
During the summer, it is not unheard of for people to use various pesticides in and around their homes to help fight the inevitable horde of insects and other pests that will try to invade during the warmer weather months. Most of these household pesticides can be toxic, not just to the pests that we are trying to eliminate, but also to our household pets. Read More . . .
A termite bond contract is a service contract with an extermination company or another professional service with specific expertise in termite control that usually lasts for at least one calendar year. There is a common misconception in Arkansas that it is state law to have a termite control contract in place to either sell or buy a home, but this is untrue. Read More . . .
Memorial Day weekend is coming up soon, along with the usual plans for all kinds of fun outdoor activities, especially barbecues. But along with all of the festivities come all of the usual uninvited guests such as mosquitoes, flies, and wasps. Read More . . .
When it's summertime in Arkansas, the mosquitos will come out to play . . . and bite! If you live here, you know mosquitos are no joke. These pests are annoying, make us itch, and can transmit serious diseases. We believe in providing you and your family with the absolute best pest control. Read More . . .
Arkansas is known for being the Natural State. Our natural namesake means Arkansas is full of the great outdoors, beautiful rivers and lakes, gorgeous mountains and trees, as well as . . . you guessed it – BUGS! As the weather gets warmer, pesky critters like ants come out of hiding and make their way into our homes. Read More . . .
- A Sticky Situation: Spider Webs to Watch Out For
- Ladybugs: A Fall Pest Problem?
- The Brown Recluse Spider
- German Cockroaches: The Uninvited House Guest
- Native to Arkansas: The Striped Bark Scorpion
- Spider Removal: Traditional Treatments or Essential Oils?
- What the Buzz is All About: Q and A With Mike Hall
- Travel Tips: Don’t Bring Bedbugs Home as a Souvenir!
- So You Sold Your Home and Need a Termite Clearance Letter
- The Smoky Brown Cockroach