Category Archives: General Advice

Carpenter Ants vs. Termites

It’s important to differentiate between two flying, wood-destroying pests – the carpenter ant and the termite. Many people will often confuse the two, as both pests are very similar in color, size, and shape. Knowing what pest you have will … Continue reading

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Don’t Let Fabric Pests Ruin Your Wardrobe

As you start digging through the back of your closet for warmer clothing this fall season, keep an eye out for household pests that may be destroying your clothes. Even though these pests are not usually disease or germ carriers, … Continue reading

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Back to School Pesky Critters

By Scott Svenheim, ACE Spokesperson and Associate Certified Entomologist, Truly Nolen of America  With the back-to-school season nearing, parents have already started to think about preparing their kids – and how can anyone forget that the start of school is … Continue reading

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When traveling, avoid unwanted stowaways

Million of people will travel near and far this holiday season. Continue reading

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Watch out for firewood pests

As temperatures go down this season, fireplaces are a great source of warmth and provide a pleasant gathering space for many households. Continue reading

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Preventing infestations after water damage

Shortly after Hurricane Sandy hit, rat displacement was reported in New York City and other locations affected by the hurricane. For many, these rodents may just be the beginning of storm-related pest infestations. Continue reading

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