Pests Don’t Fly South for the Winter

Just because the leaves and temperatures are dropping, doesn’t mean pests aren’t attempting to gain access to your home. In some instances, the arrival of fall emboldens certain pest species to enter your living space. An array of pests from mice to bed bugs remain active all year-around. And don’t let the “out of sight,… Read More

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Stop Rodents This Fall

How prevalent are rodents inside homes during the fall and winter months? According to the National Pest Management Association, 21 million homes in the United States will report a rodent infestation, primarily house mice, in the coming months. Cooler weather is prime time for rodent incursions into homes, apartments and other structures. Rodents, like most… Read More

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How Sizzling Summer Temperatures Increase Pest Activity

Anyone who’s spent some time in Missouri, eastern Illinois or Kansas knows summer means one thing – hot, humid weather. Another given is that along with those sizzling temperatures and unpleasant dew point levels, insects will be more abundant and more active. There are multiple reasons why pest populations including mosquitoes, flies, ants, stinging insects,… Read More

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Is Your Home a Safe Haven for Pests?

Clutter Promotes Pests Clutter in closets, cabinets, under beds, attics, garages, sheds, and crawlspaces gives opportunistic pests a place to establish harborage sites that are free from the average eye. And if pests such as ants, spiders, mosquitoes go undetected and find sources of food and water they will multiply and cause problems before you… Read More

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Rodents Chewing Inside Of Your Walls?

Have you been hearing scrabbling noises inside the walls of your home at night? Does it sound like something could be gnawing on the walls? You could have a rodent, or family of rodents, living in your house! Small rodents, such as mice, rats, and squirrels are common household invaders here in St. Louis. Unlike humans, rodents can’t throw… Read More

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