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  • Joro Spiders

    They have a cool name, they look awesome, AND they can fly!! Wait, what? These spiders are showing up along the east coast. Some are calling them “Giant, flying spiders”, rumors of them eating whole butterflies.. although giant may be a long-legged stretch, a butterfly very well may become dinner if it falls into the…

  • Double Cicada Brood of 2024

    It’s A Rarity! There’s a Double Cicada Brood this year and for those who love the fascination of these creatures, that means double the trouble! A double brood means that 2 types of cicadas will arise in the same geological area. Although this does happen from time to time, the 2 groups are normally in…

  • Creature control.. but what kind?

    Pest Control vs. Wildlife Control vs. Animal Control Who Do You Need to Call? So you have an animal in your attic? Trapped in your fence outside? Tiny ants all over your counter? Bites from who knows what? Maybe you’ve come across a dog who comes to you needing help.. who do you call? Well,…

  • ForYourInformation

    Get to know some details about our pest control world! Some may have questions or even misconceptions about pest control services. We’re here to take the time to let you know answers to some commonly asked questions so you can be ready to sign up today for your services! Don’t leave any questions unasked, let…

  • Oh, honey..

    Manuka Honey Manuka honey is a honey native to New Zealand. It’s produced by bees that pollinate the Manuka bush. Manuka honey’s antibacterial properties are what set it apart from traditional honey. It contains methylglyoxal as an active ingredient, likely responsible for these antibacterial effects. Additionally, Manuka honey has antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant benefits. What is so…

  • Here comes the SWARMS!

    Imagine waking up, having a nice cup of coffee as you glance out your window to a warm, sunny day… to see that you have a swarm of flying bugs blocking your view! What are they you may ask? Often times, we see ants and termites come out in swarms to make their appearance. We’re…