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ants_thumb There are many different species in our area.  Some are a harmless nuisance while others can do significant damage to your home.


bat_thumbThe most common bat in our area is little and brown.  Guess what its common name is?  That’s right, the little brown bat.

bedbug_thumbBedbugs are back.  We have been finding these nocturnal pests all over our service area.
Bees and wasps

wisp_thumb Paper wasps, yellow jackets, carpenter bees and bumblebees are common species in our area.


bird_thumbThere are a large variety of species. However, there are three that usually will try to get into houses.  They are pigeons, starlings and sparrows.

Carpenter Ants

antscarp_thumbThere are a few different species in our area.  The one thing they have in common is that they will nest in wood.


roach_thumb There are many different kinds of roaches.  Some people even call them water bugs. The German roach is by far the most common roach found in homes, apartments and restaurants.


fleas_thumbThese bloodsuckers can really be a pain.  Their bite can cause itchy welts in some people, but they prefer to feed on pets.

Ground hogs

groundhong_thumbCommon names include ground hog, hedge hog or woodchuck.  Adults can weigh up to about 15 pounds.


mouse_thumb Mice are small, quick, breed like crazy and can make a lot of noise in the middle of the night.  Mice are similar to rats though much smaller.


raccom_thumbThey are easily recognizable with their mostly brown fur and the distinctive black mask over the eyes.


rat_thumb Rats are similar to mice though much larger.  The usual species in our area is the Norway rat.  Rats are famous for being very adaptable.


skunk_thumbThere are a few different species in our area, but they all have one thing in common.  They can stink!


Squirrel The normal very common gray squirrel and the less common very secretive flying squirrel are the two species in our area.


termite_thumbThere is only one species in our area, the Eastern Subterranean Termite.