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Our Pest Control Blog

If you’re wanting to learn more about how to prevent pests in your home, you’ve come to the right place! Check out our articles on the different pests and learn how to best prevent them. 

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How Pest Control Companies Get Rid of Squirrels

Are you dealing with a squirrel problem? If so, you're not alone. Squirrels are one of the most common rodents that homeowners deal with in Connecticut. In this blog post, we will discuss how pest control companies get rid of these pesky critters.Read more
Brother and sister playing with their small puppy in their mosquito-free yard.

Prepping for Summer Tick and Mosquito Season

With pleasant weather comes an increase in annoying pests – specifically ticks and mosquitos. Therefore, now is the time to start prepping to protect your property before these bothersome insects take control.Read more
Termite colony crawling their way through a wooden structure.

What do Termites Look Like With Wings?

Have you recently discovered small, winged insects around your home or building? Are you concerned they might be termites? If you do have termites in CT, it’s important to act quickly before these small yet powerful pests cause severe damage to your property’s structure.Read more
Brown mouse sitting on a log outside.

Getting Rid of Mice This Winter

Now that the weather is getting colder, those suspicious scurrying sounds might be getting louder. Whether it’s in the walls, the ceiling, even in your car – it’s officially mouse season. Most animals typically go into hibernation as the weather gets cooler, but the same can’t be said for mice. Unfortunately, mice stay active year-round.Read more
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Three Common Signs You Have a Carpenter Ant Infestation

In the United States, carpenter ants are common pests. They tend to breed and nest in damaged, damp, or decayed wood. However, carpenter ants do not eat wood like termites. Instead, they chew and burrow through it to build their nests and connect to their food sources.Read more