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You’re on a summer picnic, lounging in the sun with your eyes closed after eating your turkey sandwich. Something buzzes by your ear. You lazily swat at the sound and then — ouch! — you feel that familiar, aching sting on your cheek. As your face burns red and swells, the last thing on your mind is whether that pesky, no-good insect was a bee or a wasp.
In the preceding scenario, your attacker was most likely a type of wasp. Why? Because wasps are generally more aggressive and likely to stalk public gatherings in search of human food. Bees are more mild-mannered. They focus on the flowers, not your turkey sandwich.
That’s just one way to determine whether the attacker was a bee or a wasp. What other characteristics define these two very similar creatures — both of which belong to the order Hymenoptera? More than 25,000 kinds of each insect exist, but there are several relatively simple ways to distinguish between them.
A1 Exterminators offers a pest prevention plan to help combat Indian Meal Moths and Rodents that have moved in to your kitchen
“Pantry pests can contaminate food products. Mice can spread Salmonella and Hantavirus. They can also carry fleas and lice into our homes. With our plan, …. less pests means less risks of diseases.”
Don’t let pests and rodents ruin your reputation. A1 Exterminators’ licensed and trained technicians have been serving retail customers for over 61 years. We provide the latest techniques and application processes to ensure that you are pest free amidst today’s growing concern for the environment and government regulations.
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Just because it is winter doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be on the lookout for pests and insects in your home. During the colder months, many pests look for warmth in your home. Check out our residential pest control brochure to keep all pests and insects from warming up with you…
Rodents are most active and come into your house during the winter months when looking for warmth. Here are a few things to look for if you think you may have rodents in your home.
Old news papers are great to keep for the winter months to start your fire with, but be sure not to keep them too long. Newspapers create a warm moist environment for bugs and pests to keep warm too. Remember to recycle your pile of newspapers and always keep the most recent.
With here, squirrels will be looking to stay cozy. Since attics are an ideal hide-out, here are some tips from A1 Exterminators for keeping them out.
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It is very unlikely, though not impossible, that a bed bug infestation will develop in an office, classroom, or other non-residential environment, such as a department store. However, these sites can serve as transfer hubs for bed bugs to hitchhike a ride into your home. All management, staff, students and workers…