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Water Bug vs. Cockroach: Clearing Up the Confusion 

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08/22/2017
Water Bug vs. Cockroach: Clearing Up the Confusion 

They’re big. They’re creepy. They may be living around your home. But they’re not the same. We often hear water bugs and cockroaches used interchangeably to label any creepy crawly that’s brown and unsightly. There are certain differences that set them apart though, and those differences can help you determine your next course of action.

 

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Bug Free BBQ

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07/26/2017
Bug Free BBQ

Nothing sucks the fun out of a family barbecue like aggressive, hungry mosquitoes. If you can tolerate their constant buzzing by your ear, a heavy dose of bug spray every hour or so can help keep you bite free. But, if you prefer to keep them away from your food and family for good (minus the buzzing and chemical body spray), we suggest signing up for our Mosquito Control Program— the ultimate treatment plan for taking on these annoying and dangerous pests. read more →

5 Water-Loving Pests Living in Your Bathroom

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06/28/2017
5 Water-Loving Pests Living in Your Bathroom

Humans aren’t the only ones that enjoy a cool dip when the temperatures start rising. Here are five household pests that also find solace in the water. Unfortunately, that water might be closer than you think. The constant moisture coming from your bathtub, sink and toilet create the perfect environment for water-thriving bugs.

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Citronella and other Mosquito Myths

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05/31/2017
Citronella and Other Mosquito Myths

Between all the rain that we’ve gotten over the past month and the rising heat as summer approaches, Mother Nature has created the perfect environment for Arkansas’ unofficial state bird— the mosquito— to thrive. There are a lot of misconceptions about mosquito prevention that float around this time of year, so as your bug expert, we’re here to set the record straight and help you separate fact from fiction. read more →

4 Signs Termites are Taking Over Your Home

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04/26/2017
4 Signs Termites are Taking Over Your Home

Spring has officially sprung, complete with chirping birds, blooming flowers, and unfortunately, very hungry termites. Although they’re tiny, these pests pack a mighty appetite and can cause extensive, pricy damage to your home if untreated.
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3 Pest-Preventing Spring Cleaning Tips

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03/29/2017
3 Pest-Preventing Spring Cleaning Tips

Flowers are blooming, temperatures are rising and spring is coming! For many, the season is synonymous with one thing: spring cleaning. Follow our steps below to make sure your spring cleaning works don’t go to waste. read more →

Prevent Unwanted Pests This Spring

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02/28/2017
Prevent Unwanted Pests This Spring

With weather warming up and flowers blooming, spring in Arkansas is a beautiful time of year. Unfortunately, we aren’t the only ones who love springtime. Some pests enjoy the season just as much as we do. Below you can see a few pests you should expect to receive a visit from this season in your Arkansas home or business.

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How to Expel Mice Naturally

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01/18/2017
How to Expel Mice Naturally

The coldest weather months in Arkansas are January and February. With the cold weather comes the potential for small rodents–namely mice–to move in doors. If you have small children or pets, setting up traditional mouse traps or laying out poison isn’t an option. Here are some natural tips to help drive out mice. read more →

Protect Your Property from Invasive Species in Arkansas

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01/11/2017
Protect Your Property from Invasive Species in Arkansas

The Natural State is a great place to live. Rolling hills through much of the state. A State Park System rich with natural beauty and sites to enjoy the great outdoors. In addition, the weather for much of the year in Arkansas is great to be outdoors! read more →

Pest Control – Older Versus Newer Home

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01/05/2017
Termites
The age of your home often has nothing to do with whether or not it gets hit with termites. read more →