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Little black ants are one of the most common types of ants found in homes. The little black ant gets its name from its dark black color and diminutive size. These ants are native to the United States and are found throughout the country, although their heaviest populations are found in the eastern half. Swarms......
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Cockroaches are persistent pests that can seemingly multiply in the blink of an eye. There are two main species that homeowners typically deal with when it comes to roaches: the German cockroach and the American cockroach. German cockroaches have light brown bodies with two dark, parallel stripes running down their back. They are typically about......
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Mosquitoes become active when temperatures consistently reach above 50 degrees Fahrenheit and thrive when temperatures are above 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Their ideal environment is moist and humid and their populations and activity increase significantly in areas that are warm with heavy rainfall, making Alabama an ideal breeding ground. Mosquito season is determined by the climate......
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Cold winter weather usually brings a sense of relief from pests. They die off or hibernate in the winter right? Well… some do. Unfortunately, other pests continue to wreak havoc even through the winter months. Fleas are one of these pests. Fleas thrive in warm, humid environments, typically around 75 degrees Fahrenheit. During the cold......
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The old saying “Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite” still holds significant relevance today. Bed bugs continue to be a prolific pest issue around the world with their ability to hitchhike and spread rapidly from place to place. While most people know the basics of bed bug knowledge – they’re small, brown,......
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As the weather cools off, many of us drift outdoors to enjoy the milder temperatures and all the fun fall activities. Unfortunately, we aren’t the only ones who become more active in the fall. Spiders become much more active and much more visible during the autumn months. Spider eggs usually hatch in early spring, meaning......
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