Ants

Ant control can feel like an uphill battle, especially when you try to conquer it on your own.

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Bed Bugs

Bed bugs have returned to the United States after a long hiatus.

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Beetles

Beetles have a hard shell that protects their wings.

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Cockroaches

Cockroaches thrive in the comfortable environment found inside your home.

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Earwigs

If you have earwigs creeping around your home, you do not have to worry about them crawling into you

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Fleas

Adult fleas are parasites. They feed on the blood of animals.

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Flies

Houseflies are attracted to garbage, fecal matter, and rotting food.

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Indian Meal Moth

The Indian meal moth is a common pantry pest.

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Mosquitoes

If you have pools of stagnant water around your home, you will have mosquito larvae.

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Nuisance Birds

If there is a hole in your attic or a missing screen on a vent, you might soon be sharing part of yo

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Rodents

If you have mice or rats, your health could be in jeopardy. Rodents transmit over 26 diseases.

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Silverfish

Silverfish are nocturnal, meaning they come out at night to feed.

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Spiders

If spiders would stay outside and away from your things, they probably wouldn’t be that bad.

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Stinging Insects

Stinging insects such as bees, hornets and wasps can be a real pain.

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Termites

The biggest threat to your home isn’t fire or flood, it is termites.

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