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Insects Are Declining, But Is That A Good Thing?

Insects Are Declining, But Is That A Good Thing?This summer, scientists across the mid-Atlantic region noticed a new trend – insects such as butterflies, bees, moths, ladybugs, mayflies, lovebugs, and fireflies were in steep decline. Upon first hearing this, you may think that this is a good thing. Who likes pests and bugs, anyway? Continue reading

Getting Rid Of An Ant Infestation From Inside Your Home

Getting Rid Of Ants Inside The HomeHave you recently discovered an ant infestation in your home? If so, you may be feeling annoyed, frustrated, and grossed-out. Fortunately, with a few changes, you may be able to reduce the ant populations in your home and cut down on the chances of them appearing again. Consider these tips to help control the ant infestation in your home. Continue reading

Could The Samurai Wasp Be The Solution To Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs?

Could The Samurai Wasp Be The Solution To Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs?Over the past few years, brown marmorated stink bugs have grown to epidemic-level proportions across the United States. As you likely know, this is especially true in the Mid-Atlantic region. Scientists now believe that stink bugs may have a predator that exists naturally in the wild, the samurai wasp. There is a growing belief that the samurai wasp could help control stink bug populations. Continue reading

Cold Weather Can Make Cockroach Infestations Worse

Cold Weather Can Make Cockroach Infestations WorseIt’s nice to go outside in Maryland without having to worry about swarms of mosquitoes rising out of the bushes or ticks sneaking onto your legs, but while the cold weather makes some bugs die off or go into hibernation, others have to settle for finding a place where they can stay warm even when it starts snowing out. Continue reading

A Warm Home Can Halt Carpenter Ant Hibernation

A Warm Home Can Halt Carpenter Ant HibernationMany insect species hibernate during winter. This means they go hide in a cracked tree trunk, a hollow branch, or somewhere else that’s hard to find and go into a state that lets them preserve the energy and calories they built up in summer and fall. Then once the weather warms up, the insects reemerge and go back to what they were doing the year before. Continue reading

A Thermographic Inspection May Prevent Pest Infestations

A Thermographic Inspection May Prevent Pest InfestationsA thermograph is a sophisticated but straightforward device that can see temperatures by analyzing the infrared spectrum. On the display, colors show up as temperatures that range from a cool blue or dark purple up to a hot red or orange. By pointing this device at your house on a cool night, you can see heat escaping and figure out which windows and cracks in the walls are letting out the most. However, a thermograph can do much more than reduce your just heating bill. Continue reading

Determining The Source Of Your Mosquito Problems

Determining The Source Of Your Mosquito ProblemsWe have all encountered swarms of mosquitoes at one point in our life, especially during those fun outings during the summer and those chilly fall days. But where are they coming from and how can you help determine the source, so you can find ways to control them on your property and in your home? Continue reading