08-06-2020Take the Outdoors Back with Hulett’s Mosquito Reduction Service
The beautiful warm and sunny weather in South Florida makes it one of the most desirable places to live and visit in the world. However, residents and tourists are not the only thing that love to visit the beaches and...Read More
07-24-2020The Household Casebearer: Plaster Bagworms
The Household Casebearer, also known as the plaster bagworm, is a type of moth that is prevalent throughout South Florida. However, this moth insect is most known for its juvenile caterpillar life stage where is resembles a worm-like insect hiding...Read More
07-22-2020Every Homeowner’s Worst Nightmare: Spiders
Homes in South Florida are in need of spider control due to the prevalence of the creepy crawlers throughout the region. There are nearly 60 different species of the eight-legged arachnids in the state. Many homeowners consider pest control to be...Read More
04-27-2020What are these Swarming Insects? Termites?
Most South Floridians would agree that our climate is hot all year long. Although South Florida may not undergo the drastic changes in weather as seen in other parts of the country, there are definitely some noticeable changes. As we shift from the...Read More
02-28-2020How Are Ants Getting in the House?
Besides cockroaches, ants can be the most common insect pest problem in many South Florida homes. Knowing how to identify the different types of ants, where they hide, what they feed on, and the conditions they like, can help you as the homeowner...Read More
02-25-2020What Should I Do If My Home is Infested with Rodents?
Although most south Floridians welcome the cooler weather, it may draw inside several unwanted guests. As temperatures drop, rodents are more likely to invade homes looking for warmth. We can't blame them, but we also do not have to live with them....Read More
01-29-2020What are these Large Brown Spots in my Yard? Brown Patch Fungus.
Most South Floridians embrace the cool winter weather, if we are lucky. And just as we finish battling Chinch Bugs all summer long, now we have a new problem in our lawns: Brown Patch Fungus. If you notice large circular patches of brown grass in...Read More
01-22-2020How to Rid Your Home of Big Headed Ants
Big Headed Ants are an invasive species that are common in subtropical climates, like we have here in south Florida. They can be particularly difficult to control due to a single colony having multiple queens, reproducing year round. Often, multiple...Read More