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Pantry pests can be a massive problem for some homeowners. These insects typically include beetles and moths, such as the flour beetle and Indian meal moth, that feed on food stored in your pantry. Unfortunately, not only do these small insects wreak havoc on your food store, but they also cause problems around your house.
Ants can be a frustrating pest to deal with in your home. There are over 1000 species of ants in the United States, each of them with their own unique characteristics. When it comes to getting rid of ants in your home, it’s important to know what species you’re dealing with. Pavement Ants
When it comes to pests, ants aren’t the worst pests to have, as they rarely do any structural damage and don’t carry disease. However, ants are easily the biggest nuisance. If not properly handled, they can easily take over your kitchen in a matter of hours, covering window sills and and countertops with neat little
When it comes to creepy crawlies, spiders take the cake. Though most spiders in the Seattle area are harmless, there are some that can cause a trip to the hospital. Better to be safe than sorry and get rid of all the spiders in your home. But how do you do it? In this article,
The holidays are here and that means GUESTS. Some of them unwanted. I hear it so very often on the phones. “Well its winter and the pests are all dead”. Until two days before a big dinner party and guess who showed up early for the party? Templeton! Most pests have begun overwintering. But they
Seattle Rats – almost sounds like a sports team right? Well this blog isn’t about sports but let’s talk about Seattle rats. There are two common species of the Seattle rat – the Norway rat and the Roof rat. Seattle rats are everywhere. Nocturnal, they often go unnoticed, until they become a nuisance. Sound, smell,
Whether you’re looking to buy a new home or recently moved into a new home, many people start to wonder about what type of pests they have and what they need to be concerned about. In Western Washington, there are only a few pests a homeowner needs to be worried about. Here’s a breakdown of some of