Mike Stewart Welcome again to the Faith Pest Control podcast and folks, termites are swarming termites are swarming. Yes, in North Georgia in Jasper, in Ellijay, in Blue Ridge, and Ball Ground, in Canton and Waleska, the termites are coming
While you are preparing to head out for your summer vacation, Faith Pest Control would like to caution you to be vigilant in protecting your home and family from bed bugs. Bed bugs can be found anywhere and can wreak
Stinging insects, like bees and hornets, send more than 500,000 people to the emergency room each year.
Mice can squeeze their bodies through openings as small as a dime and rats can pass through holes as small as a quarter.
Not only a serious nuisance in and around northern Georgia, mosquitoes are vectors of several serious diseases, such as malaria, yellow fever, encephalitis, West Nile virus, and Zika.
The most common cockroach, the German cockroach, most often infests restaurants, food processing facilities, hotels, nursing homes, and other institutional facilities.
Unfortunately, Argentine ants are particularly resilient and will often re-infest quickly after being eliminated due to their fast rate of reproduction.
Luckily, there are only two species of spiders in the southeastern United States that can cause serious harm when they are accidentally disturbed by humans – the black widow and the brown recluse.
While their diet typically consists of spiders and insects, yellow jackets will also feed on human food, especially the meats and sweets we typically have out for our summer holiday and weekend gatherings.
Considered mild wood-destroying organisms, black carpenter ants chew out damp or rotten wood to make nest sites.