Pests

Learn more about those that pester you

Ants

Ants have been living on the Earth for more than 100 million years and can be found almost anywhere on the planet. It is estimated that there are about...

Bed Bugs

Bed bugs belong to the family Cimicidae and class insecta. They are flat, oval and wingless. These are reddish-brown bugs that are usually less than 7mm...

Bees

The bee pollinates fruit trees, flowers, and plants to make honey to feed the colony. Bees can create a hive or swarm (sometimes as many as 50,000 bees) in...

Cockroaches

The life cycle of a cockroach has three stages of incomplete metamorphosis: (1) egg, (2) nymph and (3) adult. There is no inactive, non-feeding pupal...

Flies

Flies can be a nuisance when buzzing around your premise, particularly if in large numbers. However, some species of fly also pose health risks to humans....

Mosquitoes

Not all mosquitoes are important disease carriers, even though most suck the blood of man and other vertebrate animals. Only the female mosquito bites....

Pigeon

Pigeon often prefer to use the interior portions of buildings to nest and roost if an opportunity for access is provided. Openings to lofts, steeples,...

Rodents

An adult rat/ Rodents can squeeze into your home through a hole as small as the size of a quarter inch. Rats can live for up to 18 months, but most die...

Silverfish

Silverfish like to eat starch in wallpaper and book bindings, and also starch found in laundered clothing. They live in walls that are wallpapered, dens...

Snakes

As eaters of many pest species, snakes can be very helpful around the yard. Since most snakes find their way onto your property because they are following...

Termites

The egg-laying termite queen lays her eggs, the termite larvae transform into termite workers, termite soldiers or reproductive termites. The Termite is...

Ticks

Ticks are blood feeding external parasites of mammals, birds, and reptiles throughout the world. Approximately 850 species have been described worldwide...