Pest Information

carpenter ant

Carpenter Ants

Throughout the U.S. and North America, including the Hawaiian Islands, there is a group of ants we call Carpenter Ants, and the workers in this group generally are some of the largest ants you will encounter. Read More

carpenter ant

Odorous House Ant

Active all year activity mostly indoors during winter months and both indoors and outdoors from March to OctoberBiology: This is a single node ant that may easily be confused with the Argentine Ant. Read More

Hobo spider

Hobo Spiders

The hobo spider, Tegenaria agrestis, is a moderately large spider of the family Agelenidae which is indigenous to Western Europe that was introduced into the northwestern United States (Port of Seattle). Read More

Stink Bugs

Stink Bugs

The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (Halyomorpha halys) was first discovered in Oregon, in 2004. This pest, an invasive species that is native to China.

Boxelder bug

Boxelder Bug

The Boxelder Bug is I highly specialized insect that feed almost exclusively on Maple-type (broad leaf) tree seeds. Although this pest feeds on trees, they are not known for causing.

wasp nest

Yellow Jackets

Yellow Jackets are a paper wasp that makes a football-shaped nest either on the eve of our homes or in the ground with numbers estimated at twenty-five thousand at Read More

yellow jacket

Paper Wasps

What they are & how to deal With them. Contrary to popular belief, the paper wasp did not get its name by making its nest with actual paper. It does look a lot like paper, though. And in some cases, Read More

Brown Rat in front of a white background

Rodents

There are a large variety of rodents living in on all continents except Antarctica. We are only concerned with Rats and Mice because of their habit of invading our homes or business. Read More

Gophers

Pocket Gophers are a subterranean rodent, native to North and Central America and are notably, widely considered the most destructive underground animal in your yard. They survive below the surface by creating a series of tunnels in which to travel, sleep, eat and breed.

Moles

These creatures swim through the earth closer to the surface than gophers and leave a destructive wake of tunnels between 6 and 12 inches from the top. Moles are massive eaters and can consume their own weight in worms, beetles, snails or other bugs in a day.

Don’t See A Pest Here?

It is important to have accurate information available when you need it. Here you can find information fast on the pest you’re dealing with. From bugs to rodents and birds, here you will find out how to identify and what to watch out for. Have any questions after reading our study guide? Just contact us and one of our technicians will be happy to help.