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The No-Tent Termite Treatment; What could be simpler?

12-06-2019

The No-Tent Termite Treatment; What could be simpler?

Unfortunately, termites are a common problem for homeowners in South Florida. The warm, moist environment creates a safe-haven of sorts for the pests. Termite infestation is among homeowners’ worst fears. Not only do termites put the structure...

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Weather and its Impact on Pests

07-23-2019

Weather and its Impact on Pests

We know that weather and seasonal changes affect human behavior and outside activities, so it’s no big surprise that heat and cold, along with dry and wet conditions also affect pest populations. While seasonal changes can be subtle in the...

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Test Your Pest Knowledge 

07-10-2019

Test Your Pest Knowledge 

Even though many bugs are active year-round in South Florida's mild, humid climate, but in the summer months…it's full-on bug time. The usual suspects, such as cockroaches, palmetto bugs, ants, termites, mosquitoes, bees, wasps, and spiders just...

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Why Pests Love Florida

05-29-2019

Why Pests Love Florida

Why do pests love to call Florida home? The short answer: What's not to like? Here are 7 reasons why pests love Florida. #1: Warmth Insects love warm weather. In cooler climates, insects tend to die off or go into hibernation. Florida's...

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Termite Spotlight

05-29-2019

Termite Spotlight

For Florida residents, termites are constantly in the news. A recent UF/IFAS study predicted that if Florida continued on the same trajectory it has since 1990, termites are on track to infest at least half of the structures in the area by 2040....

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World’s Largest Bee was Found Alive After Going Missing for Almost 40 Years

04-03-2019

World’s Largest Bee was Found Alive After Going Missing for Almost 40 Years

Imagine a bee as long as your thumb, four times larger than a honeybee with massive mandibles, like that of a giant stag beetle. That's a big bee but the likelihood of you encountering this largest of bees is slim because it was discovered living on...

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Termite Awareness: How Much Do You Know About Termites?

03-26-2019

Termite Awareness: How Much Do You Know About Termites?

This month includes Termite Awareness Week so it's that time of year for South Florida homeowners to brush up on their knowledge of termites. According to the University of Florida's (UF) Institute of Agricultural Sciences Department, six invasive...

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New Study Concludes Worst US City for Termites is Miami

03-20-2019

New Study Concludes Worst US City for Termites is Miami

Known as the Magic City, Miami reigns as one of the most glamorous metropolitan areas in the country, with her tropical year-round climate, her famous beaches, her saucy culture mix, and her legendary waterfront. Miami's luxurious backdrop of...

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Cockroaches: What You Need to Know but Didn't Want to Ask

02-19-2019

Cockroaches: What You Need to Know but Didn't Want to Ask

In a world where cockroaches live in the wild, you might say, "Wow they're interesting creatures," however, when a cockroach, a known carrier of diseases, runs across your floor or kitchen cabinet, you're probably thinking, "not so interesting."...

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Most Common Rodents in South Florida

02-07-2019

Most Common Rodents in South Florida

It's no secret that rodents have cohabitated with humans since they made their way to Europe via cargo ships from Asia. Today, Old World rodents, such as Norway rats, roof rats, and house mice have made their homes in many cities in the US, as well...

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