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Ladybugs extermination

Size: Usually about 1/4-inch in length and round in shape.   Color: Many colors, but wings are usually red or orange.   Behavior: A number of insects have discovered that heated buildings are ideal for surviving the cold of winter. Such pests include ladybugs, box elder bugs and cluster flies. As the weather cools in late summer and early fall, the sun warms the...

Bats extermination

Most bats do have bad eyesight, but they are definitely not blind.In laboratory tests, bats have been shown to be able to distinguish shapes and colors. The main reason that people think bats are blind is that they hunt at night and they use a form of sonar to find their way and their prey. This is not unlike dolphins who use echolocation to hunt, especially in the murky depths. Just as the...

Racoon extermination

Raccoons, sometimes referred to as “masked bandits”, are often admired for their intelligence and their ingenuity. But these traits also make them quite destructive to homes and businesses. Racoon damage can be costly and their average weight is 12 to 20 lbs. (5.5 to 9 kg.) which makes it difficult to get rid of raccoons. Because of their size and intelligence they should be dealt...

Bumblebee extermination

Size: Ranges up to 1 inch in length.   Color: Usually black with yellow stripes on the thorax and abdomen.   Behavior: As social insects, bumblebees live in colonies. Each spring a queen that has survived overwintering will find a suitable nesting site and establish her colony. Her first brood of eggs mature into workers that forage on pollen and nectar for food....

Fleas extermination

Tiny insects measuring about 1/6-inch in length and are laterally flattened.Reddish brown   One female flea can lay about 18 eggs a day and just 20 fleas on a dog can produce 360 eggs per day and over 2000 eggs in a week. After the home is treated, it may take up to two weeks or more before fleas are no longer seen. The reason for this is that flea pupae are unaffected by the...

Lice extermination

Size: Range in size from 1/25- to 1/13-inch   Color: Cream colored to pale white   Behavior: Most psocids live outdoors, have wings as adults, and are commonly found on or under the bark of trees. These outdoor species are known as “bark lice.” The psocids found indoors are extremely tiny and difficult to see. They are wingless and are common in moist or...

Larder beetles extermination

Size: 1/4 to 1/2 inch   Color: Dark brown to black with pale, yellow six-spotted band across front half of wing covers. The underside and legs are covered with fine yellow hairs.   Behavior: The genus name "Dermestes" comes from Greek and means “to devour a skin.” Adult larder beetles are often found outside overwintering in crevices of bark....

Foreign grain beetles extermination

Size: 1/10 inch   Color: Reddish Brown   Behavior: The biology of the foreign grain beetle is not well known. It breeds quickly, completing its cycle from egg to adult in as little as 30 days. It requires moist conditions and develops only when the relative humidity is above 65%. Huge populations are not uncommon under optimum conditions. In such situations,...

Sowbug extermination

Size: Up to ½ inch long   Color: Gray   Behavior: Sowbugs and pillbugs, often called isopods, are the only crustaceans completely adapted to terrestrial habitats. Sowbugs have oval bodies that are flattened, and have two small appendages extending from the rear. Unlike pillbugs, sowbugs cannot roll into a ball. They have seven pairs of legs. Sowbugs are...

House centipede extermination

Size: Up to 1½ inches long   Color: Grayish yellow with dark bands on legs. Body has three dark, longitudinal stripes.   Behavior: The house centipede may well be one of the scariest household pests by appearance alone. The slender body is adorned on either side by numerous, very long legs, and it moves very quickly which can be disconcerting to many...

Carpet beetle extermination

Size: Tiny, round beetles with larvae that grow up to 1/4-inch in length; the adults grow to 1/16-inch.   Color: While generally tan in color, they are covered by tiny black, brown, and white scales, and have numerous tufts of stiff hairs on the body.   Behavior: Fabric pests such as carpet beetles, although not particularly dangerous, can sometimes cause...

Mealworm extermination

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Indian meal moth extermination

Size: Up to 5/8 inch in length   Color: The front wing of an Indian meal moth is a reddish copper color on the outer two-thirds.   Behavior: A female Indian meal moth lays 100-400 eggs on food materials during her life span. The larvae grow to ¾ inch in length and have greenish tinge in appearance. They construct webbing cases or tunnels throughout infested...

Earwing extermination

Size: About 1 inch long.   Color: Dark brown.   Behavior: Earwigs are omnivores that will catch and eat other insects. Long-term relief from these insects is achieved by finding and treating the harborages outside from which the home will be invaded. The experience of a professional company such as A-Extermination is helpful in situations where large numbers...

Red beetles extermination

Size: 1/8 of an inch   Color: Reddish brown   Behavior: The red and confused flour beetles are nearly identical in biology and habits except that the red flour beetle flies and the confused flour beetle does not. The threat of the red flour beetle invading from an outside food source, such as grain spillage, must therefore be considered. Red and confused flour...

Flies extermination

Size: Medium-sized flies from 1/4-inch to 3/8-inch in length.   Color: Shiny, metallic blue, green, or copper, depending on the species.   Behavior: Blow flies and bottle flies are important scavengers in nature as they are one of the first insects to reach a dead animal. These flies are part of the decomposition process that recycles nutrients back into the soil....

Squirrels extermination

Squirrel Location & Assessment Our trained technicians will locate the squirrel’s entry points and describe or show them to you. We will then locate all of the squirrel den sites and assess the most appropriate method of removal based on the age of the babies. Effective Squirrel Removal Our technicians will gain access to the den and use various hands-on techniques to remove...

Spiders extermination

May grow to have a body about 5/8-inch in length and a leg span of about one and a half inches in diameter. Usually light brown but may be darker in some specimens. Like most spiders, the brown recluse spider does not seek to bite people. The bite is usually accidental. The spider crawls into a shoe, into clothing or into a bed and a person then puts on the clothing or lies on the spider in...

Cockroach extermination

Cockroach extermination American Cockroaches Appearance American cockroach picture Length:  Adults can be slightly more than 50 mm (3 inches) long. Color:  Adult American cockroaches are reddish brown or mahogany colored. The area behind their heads is outlined with yellow band Reproduction Female American cockroaches make protective cases for their eggs. These...