Monthly Archives: November 2012

Tree termites terrorize Florida residents

State officials are taking action against nasutitermes corniger, a Caribbean species of termites that is destroying trees, walls and ceilings throughout South Florida. Continue reading

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Preventing roof rat infestations

As fall quickly turns into winter, many pests attempt to sneak their way into warm homes in search of food and shelter. Continue reading

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Marsh rats plague residents

Residents in areas of South Carolina are reporting increasing numbers of marsh rats. Continue reading

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Know your termites

Termite infestations may be one of the most costly pest infestations for homeowners. Continue reading

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Seek pest control early to avoid costly bed bug infestations

Of all the pests that frequent American households, bed bugs may be the most troublesome. Continue reading

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Pest problems creep up after Sandy

While homeowners begin repairing damages caused by Hurricane Sandy, the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) is calculating the effects the storm had on pest populations in New York and New Jersey. Continue reading

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Keeping pets safe from rodent and raccoon infestations

While annoying, rodents and their relatives can also be be very dangerous to household pets. Continue reading

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San Antonio takes on local beehive

Days before Halloween, San Antonio removed a neighborhood beehive after residents complained of hundreds of bees swarming surrounding homes. Continue reading

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Woman faces painful recovery from spider bite

A woman in Lafayette, Ind. is temporarily in a wheelchair as she recovers from a brown recluse spider bite. 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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