It's time to get clued up about those unwanted pests hiding inside and out of your home.



There are more than 400 species of spiders in Pennsylvania but only 10-20 are common. Whichever spiders you’re dealing with, we’ll design a custom program to manage your unique situation.  



There are about 4,000 species of cockroaches — 5 species are common to Pennsylvania. If you see one inside you may want to call us for a service since one species of female can produce an average of 150 young.



House flies are suspected of transmitting at least 65 diseases to humans, and are believed to have evolved around 65 million years ago. After all that time, the adults still only live about 2 to 4 weeks — long enough to be a nuisance! We can help you determine what’s attracting them and discuss how to get rid of them.



An estimated 7,000 mosquitoes can be found in 1 square foot of water. They hibernate, but watch out for periods of warmth when they may re-emerge. By targeting their habitats and other control options, we can get your mosquitos under control so you can enjoy your outdoors again.


Spotted Lantern Flies

This recent invasive species threatens the health of many trees and fruit crops. They have 4 stages of development from egg to mature adult. There are no natural predators in the US and are active in our area from May to October.

Black Widow Spiders

Black widow spiders have a red hourglass marking on the LOWER surface of their abdomen of most females. They like dark areas and are nocturnal. They are considered the most venomous spiders in North America; however, their bite is rarely fatal to humans. If you think you see one then take a picture (carefully!) and text it to our main number.


Brown Recluse Spiders

Brown recluse spiders cannot survive outdoors in PA. They can, however, survive in basements and often behind furniture. We’ll assess your spider situation to keep you out of harm’s way.


Bed Bugs

A single female bed bug will produce about 345 eggs during her life span. They’re sneaky and often hard to find but we have a pre service checklist that with your cooperation is 100% effective in eliminating these nuisances and monitoring programs to ensure they don’t return.


Carpenter Bees

Carpenter bee tunnels are where eggs are laid and where the adults hibernate during winter. A round half-inch diameter hole helps identify the tunnels and can be 6-8 inches in length. The bees can produce up to three generations during summer, with each female depositing six to eight eggs in each brood. These bees are best treated in the spring months, but we treat them any time of year.

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