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Carpenter Ants

Carpenter Ants are wood boring insects that can cause structural
 damage to residential homes. Carpenter Ants will infest homes while
 searching for food or to establish a nest for their colony. They are
black ants measuring ¼” to 3/8”. The Queen can be up to ½” long.

Carpenter Bees

Carpenter Bees are wood boring insects that will burrow into
 dry exposed wood on structures such as houses and fences.
 This large bee is similar in looks to that of the bumblebee.


Fleas are irritating pests that can infest a house and feed on human and
animal blood. Fleas do not have wings but are able to hop from host to host,
usually from a cat or dog.

Bees and Wasps

Bees and Wasps can be life-threatening to those who are allergic. Bees and
Wasps differ as bees feed on pollen and have a hairy body, while wasps
feed on insects and spider and have a smooth body. Both bees and
wasps are social insects, living in colonies, some of which are underground,
while the majority are in trees, shrubs, and on building under the eaves.

There is a variety of species such as the bald-faced hornet, the yellow
jacket, mud-dauber, bumblebee, honey bee and the carpenter bee.


Termites are a wood boring insect. The termite is a long living insect
whose colony has a never ending food supply once they enter your
home. Termites have six legs and three main body parts. The reproductive
termites with wings will have a flight in the spring and are often
mistaken for flying ants.


Cockroaches measure in length approximately 5/8” and are brown. The
 cockroach reaches adulthood in 36 days. They prefer to live in darkened
 areas and will feed on a variety of foods varying from cheese to leather
 to hair to book bindings.


Mice are avid little breeders that can carry embryos at the age of
 35 days and can reproduce every 40 to 50 days. Mice are extremely
agile; they can jump up to 12”, run along pipes and wires, and can
squeeze through an opening 1/4" wide.


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