Drywood Termites: Facts, Identification & Control
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Termites feeding on woods
Cryptotermes spp. and Incisitermes spp.
There are three distinct groups into which termites are divided: subterranean, drywood, and dampwood. Since the worker termites in these groups more or less look the same, the appearance of the reproductive caste (alates) and soldiers is important. Continue reading
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Don’t Share Your Kitchen With Rodents!
Due to the patterns and nesting habits, the common house mouse can be a huge challenge for homeowners. While many people are aware of the dangers presented, not many people are aware of some helpful house mouse facts.Mice can sustain their existence on food alone provided that the moisture content is between 10% and 20%.Mice will often exceed the home boundaries in search of food or water and return to your home for nesting purposes. An infestation of mice can create a substantial problem and cost thousands in property or health damage.Neighboring homes are likely affected by homes in the area with an infestation.Most homes have hidden or subtle risk factors for attracting mice. An experienced professional will identify any areas of your home that present a risk factor and offer management or resolution suggestions. Often the signs of present mice are hard to detect. Simple smudges, nesting areas, droppings, or even paw prints can be the single telltale sign that there are mice present in your home. It takes a skilled technician to find these signs and offer solutions that will keep other animals, including domestic animals, safe from harm. Continue reading
Bed bugs are flat, reddish-brown, oval insects up to 4 to 5 mm long or the size of an apple seed. Swollen and reddish after a blood meal. For more information, see What do Bed Bugs Look Like?
Behavior, Diet & Habits
Bed bugs only feed on blood. Under cool conditions, bed bugs have been able to survive up to a year without a meal. They prefer to be more active at night when the host is asleep.
Bed bugs are found in cracks and crevices, including mattress seems, sheets, furniture, behind baseboard, electrical outlet plates and picture frames. Often found in hotels, where they can travel from room to room and in visitors’ luggage or other personal belongings such as purses and briefcases. Continue reading