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Spiders Throughout the Year 

Spiders Throughout the Year 

Seasons play a huge role in what you can expect in terms of household pests like spiders. During some seasons, the pests almost disappear, while in others, they may be a constant problem. Spiders are helpful creatures in the garden, but when you start finding them in...
Getting Rid of Spider Egg Sacs

Getting Rid of Spider Egg Sacs

If you don’t like spiders, you will hate the idea of dozens of baby spiderlings inside an egg sac. Unfortunately, if you are seeing spiders in your home, chances are very good that there are also hidden egg sacs around. Being able to identify a spider egg sac and...
How to get Rid of Brown Recluse Spiders

How to get Rid of Brown Recluse Spiders

Among the most troublesome household pests in the Southern and Midwestern states is the elusive ‘Brown Recluse Spider’. Sometimes called “reapers,” “fiddle-backs,” or “violin spiders”, the Brown Recluse is typically prevalent in Kansas City, as well as surrounding...
Common Dallas Pests

Common Dallas Pests

Everything is bigger in Texas, including the pest population! Unfortunately, areas with warm weather and high humidity seem to have more than their fair share of pests. Dallas is a great place to live for both people and critters, so it is important to learn about the...
Why Professional Pest Control?

Why Professional Pest Control?

If you have never hired a professional pest control company before, you may be wondering why so many people do it. You can find pesticides at all major home improvement stores, so why would you need to hire a company? The answers to that question are many and varied....
The Spiders of Your Nightmares

The Spiders of Your Nightmares

{In celebration of Halloween and all things spooky, for the next few weeks we are going to have some fun on the blog and discuss some of the craziest creepy-crawlies in the animal world.} Goliath Birdeater Tarantula   Attribution: Snakecollector; Wikimedia CC 2.0...