Mosquitoes are the deadliest animal in the world! They are the carriers of many diseases including, West Nile, the Zika virus, and malaria.
Your idyllic, chocolate box image of Christmas has just turned into a nightmare. Did you know that one pair of mice can produce between 50 and 60 offspring in a single year.
Termites are some of nature’s most industrious, resilient and silent destroyers of property that exist in Alabama and Tennessee.
Termites are nasty pests that you might not even notice are in your home until it’s too late.
Many ingredients found in some pesticides are toxic chemicals. After all, they are made to kill bugs—so should you not question if they may be harming you or your loved ones, as well? Luckily there are non-toxic pest control methods to keep your home toxin free.
Yellow jackets become more aggressive in the Autumn as temperatures drop and food sources dwindle.
Carpenter ants are a common pest that can cause significant damage to homes and buildings. Unlike termites, carpenter ants do not eat wood; instead, they tunnel through it to create nests and colonies.
Black garden ants, scientifically known as Lasius niger, are common pests found throughout much of the world.
Nature has its way of surprising us with both beautiful and troublesome creatures. Among the latter is the spotted lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula), an invasive insect species that has become a significant agricultural pest in recent years.
Mosquitoes are not just pesky insects; they also pose a significant threat to human health due to their ability to transmit various diseases.
As a qualified pest control company serving Tennessee and Alabama, our clients often encounter red wasps and we understand the concerns they raise among residents.
In the serene landscapes of Huntsville, Knoxville, and Memphis, TN, nature’s marvels often coexist with its nuisances. One such enigma that captures attention is the crane fly, often mistaken for giant mosquitoes.