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carpenter ant on dirt in pittsburgh pa

In nature, carpenter ants nest in the logs and stumps of decaying trees. Their job is to help decompose those trees as part of the cycle of life. It's no surprise then that they are attracted to other forms of wet and rotting wood, such as wood on your deck that's damp from a damaged gutter.

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a cluster of mosquitoes swarming a pittsburge yard on a summer evening

Summer is the time for beautiful weather and plenty of fun activities for everyone in the family. We plan for months for summer camps, water parks, beach days, picnics, and more. Unfortunately, we all know that summer also brings with it an influx of summer insects. Some of those dreaded summer…

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a baby house mouse crawling through the walls in a pittsburgh home

If allowing rodents into your Pittsburgh home isn’t on your to-do list this year, then understanding why, how, and where rodents are getting onto your property is important. While rodents such as mice, rats, and squirrels often invade homes in the fall and winter, they can choose to infest…

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a blood thursy tick crawling along the long fur of a pittsburgh pet

It’s late spring here in Pittsburgh, and we are just about to break out the sunscreen, grab a glass of lemonade, and hit the nearest pool or lake. After all, many of us have been cooped up in our homes during the colder weather. Summer seems like a warm, sunny dream. One of the…

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a wood eating carpenter bee perched on a pittsburgh structure as it is burrowing wholes through it

Now that summer is about to waltz around the corner for us to bask in its sunshine, warmth, and the sight of full green trees, many Pittsburgh residents are ready to be more active outside. Much to any homeowner’s dismay, however, many summer pests are becoming active as well. Ants, bees…

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