Ants
There are more than 700 ant species found in the U.S., although only about 25 species commonly infest homes. If you do find signs of an ant infestation in your home, contact our Haverstraw Exterminator at Dependable Exterminating promptly. A Haverstraw Pest Control Exterminator will identify the source of the pest infestation & create a customized treatment plan to eliminate the pests. We Will inspect your home, perform proper ant species identification, and recommend a course of ant control and extermination.

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Groundhogs Woodchucks
Groundhogs, or woodchucks, are large rodents known for their burrowing habits and destructive behavior. Groundhogs prefer transitional areas where forest or woodland meets a well-vegetated open field or meadow. Groundhogs spend most of their time underground in complex burrow systems, which they dig in dry, well-drained soil. Most of the time groundhogs dig their burrows in areas with nearby cover such as fencerows, hedgerows, beside structures, home foundations or trees.

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Brown marmorated stink bugs
Brown marmorated stink bugs are an invasive species from Asia that arrived in Pennsylvania in 1996. The stink bug earned its name from its tendency to release an odor when disturbed or when crushed. Many other insects have these same characteristics, including some species of ants, beetles and other bugs. Besides being an agricultural pest, the brown marmorated stink bug is often a pest in homes. In late summer, the adult bugs gather on homes. The bugs are seeking sheltered places to spend the winter.