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Odorus Ant

Also known as sugar or stink ants, odorous ants range in size from 2.4 to 3.3 in length, with a coloring ranging from brown to black They are identifiable by the stench they leave behind when crushed.  Heavy Rainfall tends to bring the odorous out of their nests as it becomes flooded. Attracted to sources of water and sweet foods, especially those containing sugar, cause them to more commonly be found in the kitchen of your home.  

Thatching Ant

Thatching Ants, are commonly found on properties where sticks, pine needles, and decayed logs can be found. They are the larger of the ants coming in at a size of roughly 8mm. Identifiable by their black and red color the thatching ant tend to have painful bites and can grow into  a major issue if not removed from the property.

Pharaoh Ant

Growing no larger than 2mm, the pharaoh ant has a yellow or light brown coloration. With most nests having several queens they can become a major issue in a short time.  They are attracted to homes where grease stains, insects, sweet drinks and crumbs are prevalent. Pharaoh ants need to be removed quickly and correctly. If not done by a professional the pharaoh ants will split off into new colonies around the home making them even more difficult to remove.

Pavement Ant

Ranging from 2.5 to 4mm with a dark brown to black colorization, pavement ants make their homes under paved structures such as sidewalks, roads, and driveways. Pavement Ants especially become an issue as one of their favorite things is pet food. Due to their preference of living under cement they can be hard to remove once established.

Odorus Ant

Odorus Ant

Also known as sugar or stink ants, odorous ants range in size from 2.4 to 3.3 mm in length, with a coloring ranging from brown to black They are identifiable by the stench they leave behind when crushed.  Heavy Rainfall tends to bring the odorous out of their nests as it becomes flooded. Attracted to sources of water and sweet foods, especially those containing sugar, cause them to more commonly be found in the kitchen of your home.  

Thatching Ant

Thatching Ant

Thatching Ants, are commonly found on properties where sticks, pine needles, and decayed logs can be found. They are the larger of the ants coming in at a size of roughly 8mm. Identifiable by their black and red color the thatching ant tend to have painful bites and can grow into  a major issue if not removed from the property.

Pharaoh Ant

Pharaoh Ant

Growing no larger than 2mm, the pharaoh ant has a yellow or light brown coloration. With most nests having several queens they can become a major issue in a short time.  They are attracted to homes where grease stains, insects, sweet drinks and crumbs are prevalent. Pharaoh ants need to be removed quickly and correctly. If not done by a professional the pharaoh ants will split off into new colonies around the home making them even more difficult to remove.

Pavement Ant

Pavement Ant

Ranging from 2.5 to 4mm with a dark brown to black colorization, pavement ants make their homes under paved structures such as sidewalks, roads, and driveways. Pavement Ants especially become an issue as one of their favorite things is pet food. Due to their preference of living under cement they can be hard to remove once established.

Brown Banded Cockroach

A relatively smaller species of cockroach ranging from 10 to 14mm in size with a tan to light brown color.  Commonly more active at night, they can be found feeding on trash, pantry goods, wallpaper, or other easily accessible food. It’s important to take care of them before they become a major problem as they are known to e  diseases such as asthma and dysentery.

German Cockroach

The German cockroach may range from black to dark gray in coloring, with a size of roughly 1.6cm. They make their homes in   locations such as restaurants, hotels, food industries and kitchens.They often feed on sugar, meats, and household materials such as soap, and toothpaste.  They are known to cause skin rashes, asthma, and dysentery. It’s important to take care of them as quickly as possible, to prevent the diseases from entering your home.

American Cockroach

The larger of the cockroach family, coming in at a size ranging from 4 to 7 cm long. With a reddish-brown color they can be found feeding on cheese, tea, leather, beer, soiled clothing, glue, dead animals, plants. They tend to hide in cracks,  and gaps between electric socket, including the sewage drainage outside most homes and businesses. They should be taken care of immediately before they can bring any of a number of diseases into the home.

Oriental Cockroach

WIth a body color ranging from black to a dark brown, the oriental cockroach come in at 18 to 29 mm. While the male has wings, the female is wingless, and they tend to live in  dark, damp areas of the home. The oriental cockroach tends to feed on rubbish in the garbage and decaying organic matter found in sewers or garbage disposals, while also spreading diseases including dysentery, and diarrhea,

Brown Banded Cockroach

Brown Branded Cockroach

A relatively smaller species of cockroach ranging from 10 to 14mm in size with a tan to light brown color.  Commonly more active at night, they can be found feeding on trash, pantry goods, wallpaper, or other easily accessible food. It’s important to take care of them before they become a major problem as they are known to e  diseases such as asthma and dysentery.

German Cockroach

German Cockroach

The German cockroach may range from black to dark gray in coloring, with a size of roughly 1.6cm. They make their homes in   locations such as restaurants, hotels, food industries and kitchens.They often feed on sugar, meats, and household materials such as soap, and toothpaste.  They are known to cause skin rashes, asthma, and dysentery. It’s important to take care of them as quickly as possible, to prevent the diseases from entering your home.

American Cockroach

American Cockroach

The larger of the cockroach family, coming in at a size ranging from 4 to 7 cm long. With a reddish-brown color they can be found feeding on cheese, tea, leather, beer, soiled clothing, glue, dead animals, plants. They tend to hide in cracks,  and gaps between electric socket, including the sewage drainage outside most homes and businesses. They should be taken care of immediately before they can bring any of a number of diseases into the home.

Oriental Cockroach

Oriental Cockroach

WIth a body color ranging from black to a dark brown, the oriental cockroach come in at 18 to 29 mm. While the male has wings, the female is wingless, and they tend to live in  dark, damp areas of the home. The oriental cockroach tends to feed on rubbish in the garbage and decaying organic matter found in sewers or garbage disposals, while also spreading diseases including dysentery, and diarrhea,

Deer Mouse

With a body size of 7 to 10 cm, the Deer mouse comes with  a light brownish body and white underbelly. Deer mouse are most commonly found in homes where unused furniture is prevalent. Known to spread diseases through food, these rodents should be removed quickly by a professional.

House Mouse

Covered in light brown, gray, or black short hair, the House Mouse is 2.5cm to 3.5cm long.  Having the ability to climb vertically up walls and along wire cables gives the mouse easy access to the home. The House Mouse is most active during the night and tend to make their home in dark places such as inside walls, under appliances and in boxes, especially where they find nesting materials such as paper, cotton, and other packing materials. They commonly feed on any food item found in the house preferring seeds and grains.

Norway Rat

The Norway Rat is known by many names including the brown rat, common rat, sewer rat, and water rat. The Norway rat has a brownish red color, and comes in at 18 to 27 cm in size.. These rodents have a very diverse diet eating just about anything, from rabbits to grains.  

Roof Rat

Roof rats, also referred as black rat, or fruit rat,  have a dark grey to black color with a size of 20 to 26 cm. Roof rat are generally excellent climbers building their nest  in cabinets, and attics of homes. The roof rat eats several different foods, searching out bird seeds and cat food especially.They are known to bite humans and pets transmitting diseases that are known to cause headaches, vomiting, and rashes. It is highly recommended to have them remove before they can harm your family or pets.

Deer Mouse

Deer Mouse

With a body size of 7 to 10 cm, the Deer mouse comes with  a light brownish body and white underbelly. Deer mouse are most commonly found in homes where unused furniture is prevalent. Known to spread diseases through food, these rodents should be removed quickly by a professional.

House Mouse

House Mouse

Covered in light brown, gray, or black short hair, the House Mouse is 2.5cm to 3.5cm long.  Having the ability to climb vertically up walls and along wire cables gives the mouse easy access to the home. The House Mouse is most active during the night and tend to make their home in dark places such as inside walls, under appliances and in boxes, especially where they find nesting materials such as paper, cotton, and other packing materials. They commonly feed on any food item found in the house preferring seeds and grains.

Norway Rat

Norway Rat

The Norway Rat is known by many names including the brown rat, common rat, sewer rat, and water rat. The Norway rat has a brownish red color, and comes in at 18 to 27 cm in size.. These rodents have a very diverse diet eating just about anything, from rabbits to grains.  

Roof Rat

Roof Rat

Roof rats, also referred as black rat, or fruit rat,  have a dark grey to black color with a size of 20 to 26 cm. Roof rat are generally excellent climbers building their nest  in cabinets, and attics of homes. The roof rat eats several different foods, searching out bird seeds and cat food especially.They are known to bite humans and pets transmitting diseases that are known to cause headaches, vomiting, and rashes. It is highly recommended to have them remove before they can harm your family or pets.

Hobo Spider

The hobo spider can grow up to 50 mm size, with a  light to medium brown, coloration. Making their home in dark and moist holes or cracks,They can be found commonly in the basement, window wells or any enclosure featuring  tunnel like environment. Though their bites, unlike many other spiders, are not thought to be very harmful to humans, it is recommended that they be removed from the home.

Orb Weaver Spider

Brightly colored spiders commonly found in gardens, come with a range of colors including orange, brown, yellow, black and white.  The Orb Weaver grows up to 20 mm in size and can serve as a natural method of pest control in the garden, as they mostly eat the insects found in them. However, they can be a nueciense when found in the home itself.

Sac Spider

Sac spiders come in brown or yellow with small bodies no larger than an ¬ľ in ¬†They make their homes in the corners of the walls of homes. A bit from a sac spider can cause pain and swelling with symptoms including nausea, and headaches. It is recommended to have a professional remove them before they become a major problem in the home.

Wolf Spider

The Wolf spider grows up to 35 mm with a black, gray, and brown coloring. They make their way into the home during the winter months and make their homes in the basements, near windows and doors, while they make their home near grassy areas outside the home. They tend to bite when they are threatened, and it is recommended to remove them from inside the home before they can become a major issue.

Cellar Spider

Often mistaken for daddy longlegs, cellar spiders come in two distinct types, long bodied and short bodied. The long bodied cellar spider has a size of 2 inches, while the short bodied comes in at just under ¬Ĺ an inch. . They make their homes where insects are easily found, such as homes with bright white lights. When making their homes they prefer dark basements, attics, and other protected spaces such as cracks in the foundation and gaps in doors. Due to the desire of Cellar spiders preferring to live close to one another they can quickly multiply, and should be removed before this can cause a major issue. ¬†

Jumping Spider

Though mostly black, the jumping spider can also have a brown, tan, or gray coloring. They range in size from ‚Öõ inch to ¬ĺ inch. Like many other spiders, they feed on insects found inside and outside the home. The Jumping spider has the best vision of all spiders able to hear and react to something up to 18 inches away. They can be found in high areas of insect travel such as near doors and windows.

Hobo Spider

Hobo Spider

The hobo spider can grow up to 50 mm size, with a  light to medium brown, coloration. Making their home in dark and moist holes or cracks,They can be found commonly in the basement, window wells or any enclosure featuring  tunnel like environment. Though their bites, unlike many other spiders, are not thought to be very harmful to humans, it is recommended that they be removed from the home.

Orb Weaver

Orb Weaver

Brightly colored spiders commonly found in gardens, come with a range of colors including orange, brown, yellow, black and white.  The Orb Weaver grows up to 20 mm in size and can serve as a natural method of pest control in the garden, as they mostly eat the insects found in them. However, they can be a nueciense when found in the home itself.

Sac Spider

Sac Spider

Sac spiders come in brown or yellow with small bodies no larger than an ¬ľ in ¬†They make their homes in the corners of the walls of homes. A bit from a sac spider can cause pain and swelling with symptoms including nausea, and headaches. It is recommended to have a professional remove them before they become a major problem in the home.

Wolf Spider

Sac Spider

The Wolf spider grows up to 35 mm with a black, gray, and brown coloring. They make their way into the home during the winter months and make their homes in the basements, near windows and doors, while they make their home near grassy areas outside the home. They tend to bite when they are threatened, and it is recommended to remove them from inside the home before they can become a major issue.

Cellar Spider

Cellar Spider

Often mistaken for daddy longlegs, cellar spiders come in two distinct types, long bodied and short bodied. The long bodied cellar spider has a size of 2 inches, while the short bodied comes in at just under ¬Ĺ an inch. . They make their homes where insects are easily found, such as homes with bright white lights. When making their homes they prefer dark basements, attics, and other protected spaces such as cracks in the foundation and gaps in doors. Due to the desire of Cellar spiders preferring to live close to one another they can quickly multiply, and should be removed before this can cause a major issue. ¬†

Jumping Spider

Jumping Spider

Though mostly black, the jumping spider can also have a brown, tan, or gray coloring. They range in size from ‚Öõ inch to ¬ĺ inch. Like many other spiders, they feed on insects found inside and outside the home. The Jumping spider has the best vision of all spiders able to hear and react to something up to 18 inches away. They can be found in high areas of insect travel such as near doors and windows.