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Scorpions…in Georgia!

When you think of scorpions, most of us think of scenes from movies like Indiana Jones or arid desert climates like those in the western part of the country or in deserts like the Sahara. We also associate scorpions with their terrifying looks and the associated pain from a scorpion...

July 26, 2021

Pest Control

Formosan Termites

Perhaps you have heard of Formosan termites; they are an invasive species of that most damaging pest. Yes, we have our own, native termites (the eastern subterranean termite), but the Formosan termite seems to be here to stay and can cause just as much damage as its native cousins –...

Bugs and Your Pets

For so many of us, our furry friends make up another member of the household. We cannot imagine a life without our dogs and/or cats, and we enjoy their company as much as they need ours. However, there are times when being a pet owner brings with it a downside,...

Insects Found In Firewood

There is nothing better than cozying up to a roaring fire on a cold winter night. It is almost meditative: ignoring the chill while wood flame crackles and dances behind a warm hearth. As with every wonderful thing there are a few drawbacks to a wood fire, however. Cleaning the...

Preventing Stink Bugs

Stink bugs... The name says it all. And while these insects are not “dangerous” to humans, you don’t want anything to do with something that might stink up your house, right? Unfortunately, the stink bug loves the sight of a warm home in wintertime, meaning that you need to know...

December 11, 2020

Pest Control

Most common Georgia spiders

Many of us love a good scare this time of year. And yet there is a common Halloween decoration that is in fact very real and provides a good scare for lots of homeowners year-round. We’re talking, of course, about the spider. So many people get squeamish around these eight-legged...

October 23, 2020

Pest Control

Bugs by Season

There is no doubt that the state of Georgia, and north Georgia in particular, is a nice place to live. The region’s combination of scenery and weather can be truly stunning, and, at the very least, is often enjoyable and comforting. People aren’t the only beings that enjoy this area,...

Types of Cockroaches

OK, let’s go ahead and say it, cockroaches make most people’s skin crawl – and with good reason. Besides being a nuisance and downright nasty looking, cockroaches carry harmful bacteria such as salmonella that they deposit wherever they crawl inside your home – and that can include over food, serving...

September 4, 2020

Pest Control

Ants in Georgia

Warm spring air makes us all want to get outside and move around more (even if we are under directives to stay away from our fellow man to halt the spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic). But while humans we are currently limited in what we can do, insects have...

July 31, 2020

Ants,Pest Control

Dealing with Kudzu Bugs

There is a relatively new pest that is making itself a well-known, and unwelcome, guest to residents throughout the southeast. You may or may not have heard of "kudzu bugs," but if you live in Georgia, South Carolina or North Carolina, there is a good chance you have encountered these...

February 12, 2020

Pest Control

What is the average cost for pest control service?

Maybe you’ve tried do-it-yourself pest control without success, maybe you’re dealing with an invasive species that has all of a sudden claimed your home as its own, maybe you just don’t have time to try home remedies – whatever the reason, there is certainly a lot to learn before you...

What is the difference between a termite bond and a termite warranty?

Would you drive without car insurance? Would you own a home without a policy to protect your possessions? Of course not – not if you could at all help it. And if you are a homeowner in the state of Georgia, you should add to that list of must-haves a...

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