Flea Control

The swealtering heat and humidity of South Carolina can be almost unbearable for humans. Many insects thrive in these conditions though, and fleas are one of them. Fleas typically start to become a problem in mid to late spring and peak over the summer. We…

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Poisonous Caterpillar in Upstate South Carolina

Alert!!!! Poisonous caterpillar. Megalopygidae opercularis, known also as "Southern flannel moth" "Elvis Caterpillar" or "puss moth caterpillar". It may not look like much but you wouldn't want to accidentally pick this guy up. It may look like a small tuft of orange hair, but this…

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House Spider Mating Season

Did you know that it was house spider mating season? That's right if your lucky and have a great pest control service in place already you should be fine. The common house spider mates every year about this time. Once the female mates, she will…

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Cold weather bringing mice into your house?

Fall is here, and so are the cold weather pests. We have already started seeing an increase in new customer calls for mice and rodent activity. Warning signs can be anything from droppings in cabinets, food boxes or bags with holes chewed through them, urine…

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs – The Fall Invaders

It's that time of year again. The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is a non-native, invasive species that was introduced to the U.S. in the mid to late 90's. It is native to China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. It feeds on tree fruits, small fruits,  legumes,…

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