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Some bugs get a bad rap from time to time. But what about an untruthful rap? Turns out, we’ve been hearing some false statements regarding bugs and pest control for years. For example, earwigs have always gotten an untruthful rap. Since ancient times, people believed earwigs crawled into people’s ears to lay eggs. This isn’t true!
Summer officially ends September 22nd, but that doesn’t quite mean pest season is over. In fact, for some pests— like ants, spiders, and cockroaches— it’s peak season! At the end of the summer, temperatures are high, which can attract bugs inside. For example, certain pests (like spiders) do not prefer warm temperatures. Instead, they migrate
Are you planning an end of summer vacation or a Labor Day getaway? With only a few months of warmth left, many people plan end of summer vacations and last minute trips before fall and winter make their entrance. If you’re traveling, it’s important to be aware of the world’s biggest traveler: bed bugs. When
Interesting Facts about Mosquitoes: Mosquitoes can smell their dinner from 165 feet away. Mosquitoes cause more human suffering any other organism. Over 1 million people worldwide die from mosquito-borne diseases every year. With receptors in their antennae, mosquitoes can smell human breath. Mosquitoes are attracted to the carbon dioxide and lactic acid in it. Why
It’s no secret that bugs thrive in the summer season. But don’t let the pests ruin your summer months! Bugs like mosquitoes, cockroaches, ants, and spiders can all show up as a side effect of Georgia’s hot summers. These unwanted summer guests are not only a nuisance, but they can cause immense damage to your home
Termite Infestation Damage is Real Termite infestations can cause major damage to buildings and furniture. It has recently been reported by the National Pest Management Association that termites actually cause more than $5 billion worth in damages annually in the United States. That’s more money in damages than fire, earthquakes, and storms combined! There are two
4 min read Georgia is home to an abundant species of spiders. Most of Georgia’s spiders are harmless and won’t cause more than a small bump if bitten. Although the majority of spiders native to Georgia are harmless, the Brown Recluse and Black Widow spiders are both extremely poisonous and can cause significant injury. Even