As spring comes more into focus and we open our doors and windows to let the fresh air and sunshine into our homes, we are likely to experience some nuisance insects. Within the industry we call them occasional invaders, simply because they are not a year round problem. Insects like clover mites and spider mites … Continue reading Spring Time Occasional Invaders
Spring is close and everything will be turning green. Plants will http://abctpc.com/wp-content/uploads/Carpenter-Bee-1.jpgbegin showing their Spring finery for us all to enjoy. While we love to see the beautiful colors and taste the sweet fruits that spring and summer have to offer, we must not forget how those things happen. POLLINATORS!! That’s right, but who are … Continue reading Let’s Talk Pollinators!!!
Hopefully within the next few weeks we will be seeing warmer temperatures around the Hampton Roads area. As the weather warms, termite swarmmers will begin to emerge.
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The use of mattress and box spring encasements that have been specifically designed and tested for bed bugs is another tool that can be used to help detect the presence of bed bugs.
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Most people have a dire fear of spiders whether poisonous or not. Spiders are able to live in almost any climate and are not constricted to one kind of habitat.
In the past five years we have seen major increases in the number of rats infesting our homes. More than ever, we get calls from people thinking they have mice, only to find they are in fact rats.
Wood moisture contents in excess of 28% during the summer months and 18% during non peak air conditioner use times constitute a moisture problem.
Termite swarmers are the reproductives of an existing termite colony. As the colony matures, usually 3-5 years old, swarmers will appear. They are released from the colony in pairs, if the pair mates and is able to get back into the ground or a suitable environment to sustain them, a new colony will begin.