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Category: Pest Identification

Our guides will help you confidently identify different type of pests and understand whether you have a pests infestation or not. Whether is understanding bug types, Termites vs Carpenter Ants or Bees vs Wasps we got you covered.
clover-mites
Clover Mites: A Guide for Identification and Prevention

Fall weather is quickly approaching, and that means cool weather pests are getting...

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stink-bugs
A Guide to Identifying and Preventing Stink Bugs

Stink bugs are perhaps the most aptly named pest of all because, well, they stink!...

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Ant on a flower
Ants Favorite Places: Guide to Identifying and Preventing Ants Nest in Your Home

None of us like ants in our homes and businesses. During the warmer months, though,...

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Mosquito Bites
Bug Bites and Stings: What to Look Out For?

Bug bites and stings of any kind are no fun to deal with. But how can you tell...

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Wasps vs bees
Wasps vs Bees: What’s the Difference?

Bees and wasps are both important pollinators. It can be difficult to tell the...

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Carpenter Ants vs Termites
Carpenter Ants vs. Termites: What’s the Difference?

As you get ready to call an Exterminator, you realize they’re going to ask “so...

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Termite Colony
Termites Lifecycle: All You Need to Know About The Silent Destroyer

Because of their secret lifestyle, termites are by far some of the worst pests...

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The Buzz About Murder Hornets

Articles and news stories about so-called “murder hornets” have been popping...

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How To Tell if You Have A Termite Infestation

Termites are a huge problem across the country, causing millions of dollars in...

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Signs of a Bed Bug Infestation: Is One Bed Bug a Problem?

New Jersey has been facing a bed bug infestation recently. Just the mere mention...

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