Rodents – A Real Problem
Rodents are a very real problem in northeastern Florida. As Florida grows in population and distribution of goods, the rodent population grows with it.
Is There Value In Pest Control Services?
Many high-volume pest control companies expect their technicians to service 15 to 20 homes a day, leaving them with little time to service the home. A typical technician has about six hours of production time in an eight-hour workday, leaving about 18 minutes per stop including driving time, or about seven minutes per home for […]
Spotlight on the Flea
We get many calls to service customers with flea infestations around Jacksonville, Florida. Sometimes, we find the customer does not have a flea infestation but rather they may have problems with dust mites, spiders, or other small biting insects which they assumed to be fleas.
Squirrel (Sciuridae) is a common pest in our northeastern Florida homes. The most common squirrel found in our Jacksonville metro area homes is the eastern gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis).
When to Begin Lawn and Ornamental Maintenance
It’s January in Jacksonville, Florida. Is it too soon to start thinking about lawn and ornamental maintenance?
Local Pest Control Company
Are you really getting competitive quotes for your pest control service in Jacksonville, Florida?
Termite Protection in New Construction
Many new home buyers understand that the home they are buying will have a pre-construction, termite treatment included but most do not understand what type of treatment is being provided.
Spotlight on Silverfish
December is typically a month where we get many calls from Jacksonville area homeowners who are seeing silverfish in their homes. Silverfish (Lepisma saccharinum) is a small, wingless, insect that often invades our homes in search of warmth or moisture.
Do Holiday Lights Attract Bugs and Insects?
The holiday season is here and many enjoy lighting up their home and decorating the landscape. Most outdoor lighting today uses LED lighting which is more energy efficient and safer than incandescent lighting but, is there any improvement with LED in attracting insects? Basically, it depends on the insect.
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