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Conenose Bugs And Pack Rats – Kissing Cousins?

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

Many of us are familiar with pack rats and the havoc they can inflict on our homes, automobiles and just about anything stored. However, they have a partner in crime that is equally troublesome, but gets a lot less press. (more…)

The Real Problem With Bed Bugs

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

Bed bugs seem to be in the news and on our minds more and more these days.  Why is it that this bug, who at one point seemed to be on the point of total annihilation, is now making daily news? (more…)

Who Left All The Black Jelly Beans In My Halloween Decorations?

Friday, October 21st, 2016

With Halloween just around the corner, those of us with a darker side are busily preparing to scare the wits out of our neighbors, their children and anybody else who dares to drop by on All Hallow’s Eve. (more…)

Leave Pest Control To The Experts

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

The other day, the light on my dash came on indicating that my washer fluid level was low. When I got home I poured some solution in the reservoir under my hood, and watched as it leaked out from the reservoir, out from under my truck, and onto my driveway. As it turns out, the fluid was low because the reservoir had cracked. (more…)

Termites vs. Ants – How Can you Tell the Difference?

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Along with our monsoons, Southern Arizona will be enjoying all the benefits that this time of year brings to the desert. Creosote will permeate the air, spectacular sunsets and sunrises will greet us each day and when the perfect circumstances line up, massive swarms of tens of thousands of flying insects will show up in our yards. (more…)

Infographic: Ten Tips to Prevent Bee Stings

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

Enjoy being outdoors with the family by following these ten tips to prevent bee stings. If you do get stung then remove the stinger immediately and know the normal reaction to a bee sting versus an allergic reaction. Only about 1 in 1000 experience an allergic reaction to bees, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Read more about types of reactions and what to do if you are stung by a bee here: (http://www.ars.usda.gov/Research/docs.htm?docid=11067). Check out this informative infographic, created by University Termite & Pest Control, to help prevent bee stings all together with these simple tips. (more…)

3 Reasons Why Doing Your Own Pest Control Can Be Dangerous

Saturday, August 8th, 2015

Discovering unwanted pests in your home can be upsetting and frustrating. Besides being unpleasant, they can cause serious damage as well as create an unhealthy environment for you and your family. While it may be tempting to take the do-it-yourself route when it comes to eliminating these pests, the truth is that this method can end up doing more harm than good. When it comes to pest control, it’s best to leave it to the professionals. To prove it, here are 3 reasons why doing your own pest control can be dangerous. (more…)

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