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Does Outside Only Pest Control Work?

Does Outside Only Pest Control Work?

Are you able to get rid of pests with outside only pest control? This is a common question I get since I joined the pest control business over 20 years ago. Some customers don’t like the idea of technicians getting too familiar with their homes while others are mostly...

3 Natural Ways to Protect Your Dog from Summer Pests

3 Natural Ways to Protect Your Dog from Summer Pests

Summertime provides the ideal environment for bugs and parasites. Due to their insignificant presence beneath the fur and on the skin of your dog, you must carefully monitor and get rid of those parasites. There is a lot of knowledge out there about natural flea...

7 Beneficial Insects & Bugs in Oregon

7 Beneficial Insects & Bugs in Oregon

Did you know that there are close to a million insect species all over the world? Most people think of insects as pests and while there are many harmful bugs out there, not all of them are dangerous and destructive. Here in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, there are...

Flea Pest Control: Get Rid of Fleas from Your Oregon Home

Flea Pest Control: Get Rid of Fleas from Your Oregon Home

Flea pest control is among the most important things you should consider if you have cats and dogs in your house. Flea infestations in your home in Oregon usually stem from pets, especially if you take your dogs on regular walks or visits to the pet park. You could...

Facts about German Cockroaches in Oregon

Facts about German Cockroaches in Oregon

German cockroaches are among 70 different roach species found across the United States, but they’re the most common ones you’ll find in Oregon. Cockroaches have been around for millions of years, making them one of the most adaptable pests on the planet. These...

Are Carpet Beetles in Oregon Harmful & Dangerous?

Are Carpet Beetles in Oregon Harmful & Dangerous?

One of the most common types of beetles found in Oregon homes is the carpet beetle. Similar to cloth moths, carpet beetles enjoy chewing on materials such as feathers, felt, silk, wool, fur, and leather, among many others. This is why they are commonly found on...