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All About Isopods

All About Isopods

  • Tuesday, March 31, 2020
Roly polies, pill bugs, potato bugs . . . no matter what you call them, they likely flood your mind with memories of being a kid. Let’s learn more about them! What are isopods? Isopods are . . . get ready for this . . . terrestrial crustaceans! Can you believe it? That’s right—these guys are more closely related to a crab than they are an insect. Like your standard crustaceans, isopods have g...
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Common Garage Pests

Common Garage Pests

  • Monday, March 30, 2020
If Spring cleaning involves your garage, you may find some common pests hiding amongst the boxes.  Garages are prone to some common pests due to their temperature/humidity and undisturbed areas. Here are some common pests you might find in your garage: Spiders. You probably didn’t need us to tell you this, but you likely have a fair number of spiders in your garage. Most spiders prefer t...
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Common Questions about Ticks

Common Questions about Ticks

  • Friday, March 27, 2020
Have a question about ticks? We’re answering some of the most common questions we receive about these pests. Yep. It’s that time of year again—time to start discussing ticks. As the weather gets warmer, you can expect tick activity to steadily increase. Here are the answers to some of the questions you may have: Are ticks insects? Ticks are not insects, but that does not make them any less se...
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Keeping pests away when you have kids

Keeping pests away when you have kids

  • Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Do your kids’ habits seem to be working against your pest control efforts?  The other night as I was picking up toys before bedtime, I discovered an ant covered piece of apple hidden under my daughter’s kitchen helper stool. If you’re like me, you probably didn’t realize having kids would make it so difficult to keep pests away. The spilled snacks, dirty hands, and juice cups leave hidden...
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First Day of Spring Checklist

First Day of Spring Checklist

  • Thursday, March 19, 2020
The first day of Spring is Thursday, March 19. Are you ready for the influx of insect activity? Insect activity will be steadily increasing in the coming weeks as the average daily temperature increases. Here’s a helpful checklist to help you prepare: Seal openings. We’ve mentioned this several times in our blog posts. If you’ve been procrastinating, now is the time to act! Openings may be ar...
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All About Fleas

All About Fleas

  • Thursday, March 12, 2020
We hope you had a great Leap Day! All this talk about leaping has us thinking about fleas. Read on to learn more about these pests.  What are fleas? Fleas are tiny, biting insects. They lack wings but have an unparalleled ability to leap into the air when disturbed. In fact, of all the jumping animals in the world, they have one of the highest and longest jumps relative to their body siz...
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