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Warning: Smelly Bugs Invading

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As certain as the hot summer months arrive throughout the US, so too do the bugs. They enter our homes looking for shelter from the elements. During these home invasions, many homeowners will likely see a familiar pest… The invasive brown marmorated stink bug! The invasive brown marmorated stinkbug has been a serious pest problem… Read More

March Madness Bug Style

It’s that time of year again… The nation has succumbed to March Madness fever. With the NCAA basketball tournament underway this week, millions of us across the globe have carefully filled out our brackets; penciling in our alma-matters to the final four, confident who the next Cinderella team is going to be. In fact, March… Read More

Identifying Termites in Your Home

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The last thing we want as homeowners are termites eating our investment. Have you noticed any signs of termite damage around your property? Is there a chance termites are chewing on the wood that holds up your home? These are great questions that we in the pest control industry struggle to answer on a routine… Read More

Guide To Buying A Pest Control Company

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Whether you’re looking to buy a one man pest control operation, or a multi-million dollar pest control company, the process of buying a company can be overwhelming and challenging. It takes some serious planning and consideration. Any lapse in the course of action can cost you thousands of dollars or more. You definitely want to… Read More

Dangerous Spiders and How to Avoid Them

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Mike Bonds is the technology director for NYC Pest Pros, a NYC based pest control company that focuses on education, awareness and green sustainability. There are literally thousands of spider species in North America, all of which are important parts of a healthy ecosystem. While most pose no threat to humans and pets, there are… Read More