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As the temperatures start to drop, overwintering pests start making their way indoors. Although these pests are considered to be beneficial, they become a nuisance when moving into your home in overwhelming numbers. The two most common overwintering pests are boxelder...
While many of us are planning vacations or trips to visit family for the upcoming holiday season, bed bugs are planning their vacation too, as unwanted guests that hitchhike their way into your home from hotel rooms, rented houses & condos,...
Squirrels may seem cute and harmless…until they’re seeking warmth and shelter inside your home. As the weather gets colder, it’s common for small animals like squirrels to nest in your attic, usually gaining access from gaps around your roofline, through vents, or...
LAGRANGE –Northwest Exterminating is excited to announce the acquisition of Flag Pest Control Services in LaGrange, Georgia. “We’re excited to welcome Flag Pest Services into our Northwest Exterminating Family,” said Steve Phillips, President of Northwest Exterminating. “This is a wonderful...
We’ve been getting a lot of calls and questions about moths lately. Because there are so many different species of moths, it can be hard to determine the best treatment and prevention methods without knowing exactly what kind of moth...
While we’re enjoying more time outdoors this fall, pests and wildlife are making their way indoors looking for warmth and shelter to survive the winter. Here are 15 easy ways prevent a pest invasion this fall: 1. Thoroughly inspect your home for...
Ants are one of the most common household pest invaders and often one of the hardest to get rid of. Here’s why: There are over 12,000 species of ants worldwide and about 1,000 here in the U.S. They’re social insects so...
With every passing week, Zika becomes more dangerous and is spreading to new areas. Until now, Zika has been a threat mostly to pregnant women, their partners, or couples that are trying or planning to conceive due to the birth defect...
The first cases of locally transmitted Zika virus were reported this week in Florida. On July 29th, 4 people infected with Zika virus in Miami reportedly were bitten by mosquitoes within the city. On August 1st, that number grew from...
It’s a hot summer here in the South. You’re probably even sweating as you’re reading this. Or maybe you’re sitting inside, enjoying the A/C, while staring out the window at your withering lawn that’s turning a lovely shade of brown....