Pest Library

ANTS – We’ve all seen the occasional ant in the house right? They come in for a couple weeks in the spring and summer then go away. Or do they!? Ants nesting in a house is often the most overlooked pest. Remember, just because you don’t see them, doesn’t mean they’re not there.


TERMITES – they’re only 3/8 of an inch long but can cause significant damage once they find your house. Most infestations go unnoticed until it’s far too late as the workers eat from the inside out and rarely expose themselves. The reproductive termites, commonly knows as swarmers, are most commonly what homeowners see during the spring months as they’ll leave their colonies to reproduce. These swarmers are only seen once the colony is several years matured.

BEES/WASPS – whether you have carpenter bees boring holes in your siding or you’re being chased by those pesky wasps or hornets we have the solution for revenge. Don’t risk getting stung. We have the proper protective equipment and treatments to safely treat and remove nests.


– all it takes is a couple fleas brought in from the outside create an infestation. Within a few weeks a flea infestation in the house can quickly rise to the thousands. Ditch the itch and fight the bite with our professional indoor flea control.


BEDBUGS – the hitchhikers of the pest world. Bed bug infestations have grown exponentially over the last decade. They’re easily picked up at hotels, airplanes, theaters and more. Once brought home a bedbug infestation can be difficult to identity. Typically the first signs are unexplained bites on your body. Our thorough inspections will identify an infestation and our treatments will stop them in their tracks. We use only the safest and most effective treatments to ensure you can sleep tight, without letting the bed bugs bite.

MICE – Some may find them scary, some may find them cute. The fact of the matter is they’re the most common household pest here in the northeast and invade almost every home. With a natural instinct to hide and climb many times they’ll end up in your attic or basement where they’ll thrive and often times go unnoticed. Once established in your home a single mouse can be responsible for up to 40 babies a year.

Additional Pests Covered!
  • Stinkbugs
  • Silverfish
  • Meal Moths
  • Cluster Flies
  • Carpet Beetles
  • Spiders
  • Crickets
  • Boxelder Bugs
  • Weevils
  • Springtails
  • Roaches
  • Earwigs
  • Centipedes
  • Milipedes

and more . . .