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There is nothing worse than getting bed bugs in your home except, maybe, hearing the Spanish word for Piranha in a shrilled voice while you're swimming across a lake in Paraguay.
If you have had the unfortunate opportunity to be near a nest full of agitated yellow jackets, you know how fast they can move.
If you've seen one termite, you would be wise to take action and call a professional.
It is easy to mistake a cockroach for a beetle if you're not familiar with the pest cockroaches we have in the Pittsburgh area.
Spiders are officially in search of a warm place to spend the colder months.
Most pests that get in your home are going to find their way inside by way of a gap, crack, or hole in the outside walls of your home. But that is not the case with ticks.
When a porch sinks down at one corner, a balcony collapses, sheds leak, exterior stairs break, or some other outside wood structures begin to show the effects of carpenter bee damage, the question of how much damage does a single carpenter bee cause becomes a philosophical one.
But, we're going to focus on the differences between these two types of mice, to help you better protect your health and your property.
Do you have flies in your home that you think are house flies but they don't seem to behaving like house flies? You might have a cluster fly problem.
The topic of mosquito threats is a big one. It is a multifaceted issue that would take several pages to cover fully.