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Black Widows – What You Need To Know

Just about any spider can inspire fear and disgust in the average person, which is unfortunate. […]

A close-up picture of a Black Widow spider on its web, showing its red hourglass marking as a warning.

The Desert Centipede – FAQs

Sooo…centipedes. The ultimate creepy crawlies. You’ve found one in your home and it looks creepy and […]

A picture of a Common Desert Centipede found crawling on the floor of one of the utility room of one of our customers.

Roof Rats Are Scoping Out Your House!

One of our employees woke up one morning recently and found this little guy hanging out […]

An image of one of the Valleys roof rats in grass

Winter Visitor Pest Control Checklist

Welcome back, Winter Visitors! As you know, your vacant homes have been locked up and unattended […]

A graphic with a "Welcome home" sign, to introduce our Winter Visitor Pest Control Checklist.

Camel Spiders: Fact vs. Fiction

You may have seen a recent local news article covering an unfortunate run-in one Arizonan had […]

A close-up image of a Camel Spider also known as a Solifuge.

Is the Palo Verde Beetle Dangerous?

What Is The Palo Verde Beetle? The Palo Verde Beetle, also known as the Palo Verde […]

A close-up image of a Palo Verde Beetle

The Western Honey Bee and You

April showers bring…scratch that. No showers around the Phoenix area lately! But April definitely brings spring […]

An image of a western honey bee pollinating a plant

Pest Profile: The Arizona Desert Hairy Scorpion

The East Valley is home to a variety of pests, including a couple of different types […]

An image of the Arizona Desert Hairy Scorpion

“Just add water!”…to get Termites, Weeds, and Pests.

As you’ve probably noticed, the Phoenix area has seen a lot of rain in recent weeks. […]

An image of Phoenix with storm clouds hanging above it

Rodents in PHX: What You Need To Know

With the cooling temperatures that come with the transition from summer to fall, more mice, rats, […]

An image of a mousetrap set up to catch rodents

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