Spring 2020 – The Season of the MOLE

Spring 2020 – The Season of the MOLE

There are moles everywhere. And I mean EVERYWHERE. Moles probably rank #1 as the pest I’m asked about the most. Therefore, this is a very necessary blog. So here goes… A quick education on moles, and some myth dispelling. – No, you don’t have moles because you...
15 Quick Facts on Skunks in NY

15 Quick Facts on Skunks in NY

Seeing or smelling skunks in February and March in New York is ok! It doesn’t always mean you have a rabid skunk on your hands. It could just mean you have a male skunk around and he is looking for love or has been spooked. Below are some skunk facts for the state of...
Pavement Ants in the Kitchen

Pavement Ants in the Kitchen

Sometimes people think ants are not active in the winter. Sometimes people are wrong! They are… if given the opportunity. It’s really as simple as this: if they can get in, they will and they will survive in the walls of your home. Why? Because it’s warm enough. The...
Rats vs. Mice: The Subtle Differences

Rats vs. Mice: The Subtle Differences

Even though the screams that rats and mice elicit from a homeowner may sound the same, the rodents themselves are actually very different. And thankfully, it’s pretty darn easy to distinguish between the two with just a little homework. Below is a quick guide to...
5 Spring 2020 Pest Concerns

5 Spring 2020 Pest Concerns

Concern #1: TERMITES! Termites are bad news… bad news for you and bad news for the structural integrity of your home. Please never ignore any signs of a wood boring insect. Signs of termites include: – Mud tubes – Damaged wood/bubbled or peeling...