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What Are Subterranean Termites?
If you are looking for tips and tricks on how to identify bed bugs, figure out how they got into your how, learn how the bed bug infestation started, and how you can get rid of bed bugs—you are in the right place!
Carpenter ants and black ants are two common species of ants that can be found in many parts of the world. While they may look similar at first glance, there are several key differences between them that can affect their behavior and their impact on human environments.
Like humans, rats and mice need food, water, and shelter to survive. So, where there are a large number of humans, you will probably also find plenty of rodents. And where can you find more signs of life than in New York State?
Just the mention of the word “cockroach” makes most people’s skin crawl. If you see a cockroach in your home, don't panic! These pests are more common than you might think. In fact, cockroaches are one of the most common household pests in the United States.
Mosquitoes can be quite the frustration when enjoying the outdoors, and unfortunately, they are pretty active here in New York. In fact, you can expect to encounter about 70 different species of mosquitoes here.
Carpenter bees like to burrow and nest in wood, which is how they get their name. They create perfectly round holes in the wooden areas of your home, often leaving behind small piles of sawdust.
Ultimately getting rid of ants comes down to correctly identifying the species which you are afflicted with and determining the most effective method by which to treat them. There are many different home remedies, from using hand soap or glass cleaner to coffee grounds or Neem oil.
Fall time is a busy time for the pest control industry when it comes to mice. With the colder weather mice are inclined to make their way inside to stay warm. Some homes experience more i
Summer of 2020 has officially come to an end and the cooler weather is starting to come. Although the summer heat might be a sweet reprieve from some, there are some others who are prepared to do anything to avoid the cold weather...cockroaches.