The sun is setting earlier and the temperatures are dropping. This can only mean one thing. Winter is coming! We all know that when winter comes a lot of changes in our environment, especially the pests that keep us busy during warmer weather. So where do all those pests go during the winter? The answer…

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Many of us think that once the cold sets in our jobs as pest control managers within our homes are done. We think that the snow and cold wind scares all of the mice and bugs away until a warmer day comes along. This could not be farther from the truth. Here are a few…

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1. There is a reason they are hard to catch! It is not their silver color that gives the illusion of their speed. Silverfish are very agile andare known to outrun even the speedy centipede. They are completely wingless, which means theyrely on their legs alone to help them escape from predators. They also lack…

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  The immediate answer is no. Centipedes do not pose any threat to humans so long as you do not initiate direct contact with them. There are, however, a few good reasons to rid them from your home that are not due to their venomous bite. Keep reading for more information on centipedes and their…

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  Getting in the holiday spirit a little early this year? You are in good company as businesses and stores begin stocking the shelves with holiday decorations galore beginning earlier each year. From large light displays of reindeer and snowmen to classic strings of multi-colored lights, there are endless combinations for exterior home decorations. Maybe…

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Brown Recluse Spiders Color Light to dark brown, with characteristic dark brown violin marking on back Legs 8 Shape Round Size ¼ – ½ inch long Antennae No Region Found in the south central Midwest from Ohio to Nebraska and south through Texas to Georgia Food Source They eat other small bugs. Web Their webs are irregular. …

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