Do I really need to worry about winter bugs? Winter is finally here!! The trees have lost their leaves, it’s cold, it’s wet, it’s miserable! But at least I don’t have to deal with bugs? Or do I? While it is true that cold weather will cause some bugs to hibernate or even migrate, [...]
Seriously!! What the heck is going on with all these ants? If you have lived in Southern Utah for any amount of time at all you have probably uttered these words to yourself on more than one occasion. They have popped up all over your yard. You kill them in one spot and three days [...]
Oh Christmas Tree Oh Christmas tree........why are there bugs all over me?! Tis the season for family, friends, gifts and fun! My family has always had a tradition of getting together just after Thanksgiving and cutting down our very own Christmas tree. They are beautiful and they smell great!! Now the bad news... a [...]
Help!! I have bees swarming in my yard!! What do I do? This is a fairly common occurrence. Bees will often build hives in trees, bushes or even in wall voids of your house or garage. Last year while doing some general pest control for a client, I came across a beehive in the cinder block wall [...]
German Cockroach So you wake up in the middle of the night with the munchies. You get out of bed and head down the hall to the kitchen, careful not to wake your spouse or kids. You reach the kitchen, flip on the light and BAM!!! German roaches are scattering everywhere!! They are [...]
You've heard the phrase about hearing the bump in the night... well, here in Southern Utah that's a real thing! We don't have many ghosts and ghouls in our walls and attics, we have rodents! The mice and rats get in and build themselves nice cozy little nests in the walls of our homes and settle [...]
Spiders in the St. George, area - What spiders are dangerous? How to identify? How to control them around your house.
Good business is always equal to good growth in Southern Utah’s pest control business. As the company increases fleet, better services are to be expected in the future. […]