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20
Nov
2017

Five Pest Control Tips for Detached Storage Units

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It can be really frustrating when you realize you have pests in your storage unit. You may be asking yourself where they’re coming from or why they thought it necessary to bed down at your place. But don’t panic, because we hear you and you’re not alone. That’s why we’ve put together a list of five pest control tips for…

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31
Oct
2017

Tips to Prevent Bed Bugs from Infesting Your Home After Traveling

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When you are traveling, it is easier than you may think to pick up bed bugs. The small creatures are masters at not being found, so don’t feel bad if you discover an infestation after you have been in a hotel room. However, even if you vacate the hotel room as soon as you notice the bed bugs, and you…

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24
Oct
2017

How to Detect Beg Bugs in Connecticut Hotels

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It’s no secret that with hotels, you usually get what you pay for. However, there is one thing no hotel is immune to, and that is bed bugs. Even if you are staying at a five-star resort, there is still a possibility of bed bugs in CT. That being said, as long as you know what you are looking for,…

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27
Sep
2017

Connecticut’s Most Aggressive Wasps

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Before we get into what the most aggressive wasps in Connecticut are, we need to clear up a common misconception we hear quite often: bees and wasps are not the same thing. Even though they both fly and sting, they are two very different species. Bees produce honey, while wasps do not. Bees can only sting you once, while wasps…

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19
Sep
2017

Tackling Pests Post-Natural Disasters: Learning from Harvey

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As Texas comes to terms with the damage and devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, there are several issues beyond clean-up and repair that likely have not crossed the minds of residents. The massive influx of water has caused and continues to cause countless issues in itself, and the health hazards of this are immense. Pest issues may not be at…

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19
Sep
2017

Floating Fire Ants in Harvey Floodwaters

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An extraordinary yet frightening phenomenon is taking place in the floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey. Residents of Houston and surrounding areas have seen rust-colored clumps floating with the current as massive amounts of rainfall have inundated the streets. These clumps have been identified as fire ant colonies, which are displaying some of the finest survival skills of all insects. In the…

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13
Sep
2017

How Quickly Can Mice Reproduce?

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Mice are commonly found in Connecticut, that is no secret. In fact, we have several species of mice, including the meadow mouse, the white-footed mouse, deer mouse, and the house mouse. However, you may not be aware just how quickly mice can reproduce. That’s why mouse control is so important. Take a look at the rapid reproduction cycle of mice,…

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05
Sep
2017

Pitfalls of Household Ant Control

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Ants may seem innocent enough. After all, they are very small and most of them aren’t harmful. Even so, attempting to provide your own household ant control is very risky. We know it can be tempting to be your own ant exterminator in Connecticut, but we promise you, you will want to call in a professional. Here’s a closer look…

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28
Aug
2017

What You Need to Know About Carpenter Ants and Your Connecticut Home

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Carpenter ants are extremely common in Connecticut, and if you think you have an infestation, you will want to take immediate action. While carpenter ants may not directly eat the wood in the frame of your home like termites do, they will burrow their way through the wood, causing structural damage. Here is a closer look at why you do…

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24
Aug
2017

For Stinging Insects, An Endless Summer

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As summer winds to an end, and the temperatures start to cool, you may think that your issues with stinging insects will be coming to an end for the year. However, late summer into early fall is when these populations are at their highest. After spending the entire summer reproducing, they are now in a frenzied search for food in…

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