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Should You Exterminate A Bee Hive Next To Your Home?

Sometimes people have a very deep, symbiotic relationship with nature, such as the bonds we have with our pets like our dogs or cats. Other times, unfortunately, that relationship can be a lot more adversarial, like when a homeowner discovers that termites have been eating away at the joists of a home and are creating a structural threat. Continue reading

Things Get Tricky With More Than One Home

pest control experts - Things Get Tricky With More Than One HomeThere’s no such thing as an “easy” pest infestation. When you notice that you have mice, rats, termites, roaches or some other problem that’s taken up residence on a property, it’s always a challenge to clear the pests out. However, there are some situations that are considerably more complex and challenging than others. And while things are fairly straightforward when professional pest control teams realize a home has a problem, it’s an order of magnitude more complicated when we talk about a multi-unit residence such as an apartment. Continue reading

Keep Bugs From Bugging Your Picnic

Keep Bugs From Bugging Your Picnic - Local Pest Control ServiceHaving lunch outdoors sounds like a great idea at first. Fresh air, the open sky above you, rustling leaves, great views, soft grass. But then you actually go outside and you remember that you’re sharing the Great Outdoors with a lot of company, insects in particular. Continue reading

Look For These Signs To Determine If Mice Have Moved Into Your Home

Seeing a mouse squeeze through a tiny crack is an unusual sight, and it can leave you staring in disbelief. Even after you have sealed off all of the entrances, or so you thought, these rodents still often find a way inside. Traps, poisons, and various other tools are available to homeowners, but sometimes these pests can outsmart even the slickest individual. If you have a pesky mouse giving you the slip, don’t fret, and instead contact our office to handle the extermination quickly. Continue reading

You Can Enjoy A Mosquito Free Afternoon

Throughout the Baltimore and Washington areas, the land is low to the sea, swampy, and full of slow-moving rivers and ponds. It’s a prime place for mosquitoes to breed, and every year we see more than our fair share of bloodsuckers flying around. For some stretches, in summer it can feel impossible to walk more than ten feet outside without getting a mosquito bite, but even here there are ways to keep the worst of it at bay. Continue reading

Do You Know Where Do Cockroaches Normally Live?

When you think about cockroaches, you think about the ugly little brown and black insects that crawl around on kitchen floors and eat the crumbs that fall into cracks when they think no one’s looking. You think about the crawling bugs that hide under sinks and behind toilets when you don’t clean up often enough. But where do roaches live when they aren’t invading your home and personal space? Continue reading

Do You Know What Ants Won’t Eat?

When it comes to their food sources, ants aren’t the least bit picky. While they can’t eat wood or cellulose directly the way termites can, they can digest just about anything that even looks like proteins, carbohydrates, or fats. Continue reading

Eradicate Eastern Yellowjacket Nests Near Your Home

Although Eastern Yellowjackets often nest in lawns, wooded areas, and pastures, they sometimes find their way into structures too. The species is beneficial to the ecosystem because it helps control populations of earwigs and caterpillars, and the nests can typically be ignored providing that they are not near a home or high-traffic area. However, to avoid painful stings and possible health risks, these Eastern Yellowjacket nests need to be eliminated from your property. Continue reading

Rodents Can Reach Your Attic If Your Not Careful

It’s hard to imagine how rodents and other pest animals can get into your home through the attic. After all, the only way a person can get there is by coming in through the front door, heading upstairs, and opening what’s probably only one ladder up into the attic. With flying insects it makes sense how they get up there, but what about the critters that have to stick to the ground? Continue reading