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Our Dependable Exterminating Blog has informative information on the Pest Of The Month and How We Combat Them.

Ants

November 2017

Yellow Jacket Wasps

October 2017

If ants are invading your home, take solace in the fact that you're not alone. The always dreaded ant season is now upon us! Let our Certified Pest Control technicians protect your home and business from becoming the “new colony” on the block. Call us today for a free estimate on all your pest control needs, and receive an extra 10% off your bill, by simply mentioning our website!

Stink Bug

June 2017

Marmorated Sting Bugs are oval shaped insects that looks like a shield when observing the insect from above. When they are nymphs, they are red in color that becomes black and ultimately brown as soon as they become adults. They feed on plants and can become serious pest of crops. The commonly attack fruit on trees leaving the fruit unfit for sale. Homeowners are experiencing problems with this insect due the fact they like to enter homes to Overwinter. It’s not uncommon to get swarms of stink bugs on exterior areas of homes as well as in attics and other areas.

August 2017

When is termite season? Termites "swarm" as the weather begins to warm, usually at the beginning of spring, after a rain. Sadly, it is that time of year again. In order to ensure your property does not become the "new colony" on the block, call Dependable today for a free termite inspection.

Webbing Clothes Moth
Cockroach

May 2017

The American cockroach, also colloquially known as the waterbug, but not a true waterbug since it is not aquatic, or misidentified as the palmetto bug, is the largest species of common cockroach, and often considered a pest.
American cockroach are an average length of around 4 cm (1.6 in) and about 7 mm (0.28 in) tall.[8] They are reddish brown and have a yellowish margin on the body region behind the head. Immature cockroaches resemble adults except they are wingless.
The insect can travel quickly, often darting out of sight when someone enters a room, and can fit into small cracks and under doors despite its fairly large size. It is considered one of the fastest running insects.

April 2017

July 2017

Recognizing that you have clothing moths will be your first step to eliminating them from your home. The signs aren’t usually apparent until you discover damage wrought by the clothes moth larvae. Clothing moths primarily seek out animal-based fabrics, as well as fur, hair, leather, feathers and taxidermy. If those materials can’t be found, the larvae of these bugs will also eat lint, dust, cotton and linen because they are often saturated with tasty oils. Call Dependable Exterminating today for your Clothing Moth Inspection at 844-305-8999

The boxelder bug is a North American species of true bug. At about 1/2-inh long, boxelder bugs are black with three red stripes, vertical edge lines on their bodies, and red lines on the edges of its wings. It is found primarily on boxelder trees, as well as maple and ash trees. You may find the red edging of its black wings to be rather pretty, but when boxelder bugs invade your home, they can become quite a nuisance! Although this red and black bug does not cause damage, few people enjoy having large insects crawling out of cracks, onto their walls, windows, lights, or furniture.

Many yellow jackets are ground-nesters. Their colonies can be found under porches or steps, in sidewalk cracks, around railroad ties or at the base of trees. Sometimes the queen uses a wall void of a building as a nesting place. Some yellow jackets build aerial nests in bushes or low-hanging branches or in the corners of buildings and other manmade structures.

September 2017

Differences between mice and rats may seem obvious to many, but some of the differences may be more subtle than you think. The typical House Mouse is anywhere from two to four inches in length, as opposed to the common, and much larger, Norway Rat which measures seven to nine inches in length. Of course they both fall into the rodent family and both cause extensive damage if they invade your home.

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