Pest Control Blog

Welcome to our Pest Control Blog! We’ll cover pests, tips and tricks, local issues, and more. Check back often for updates!

Behavior Differences Between Mice and Rats

Rats and mice in Kansas City may look similar, but they can act quite differently. The main differences in behavior are most noticeable when it comes to eating habits, where they like to live, and their overall personalities. Knowing and understanding these...

Legs for Days: Centipedes and Millipedes

When you hear about centipedes and millipedes, you probably think of only one thing...lots of legs! These creatures are known as myriapods from the ancient Greek meaning “ten thousand feet.” Even though they are both known for their many legs, centipedes and...

How to Deal With Rats in Your Home

Most people are utterly shocked when they see a rat in their home. That's easy to understand if we think that rats are dirty, destructive, and can carry dangerous germs. Statistics show that 50,000 people per year get bitten by rats. These animals destroy crops and...

Cockroach Hideouts

Since they are nocturnal creatures, cockroaches are rarely seen during the day. In fact, you may not even know that you have a cockroach problem until you flip on the light in a dark room, only to see lots of scurrying. That can be quite a gross and unwelcome...

Norway Rat Prevention

Norway rats (rattus norvegicus) are one of the most common species of rats in the world. They are also known as brown rats, sewer rats, or simply “common rats.” Norway rats live alongside humans and are especially troublesome in urban environments. Good rat prevention...

What Happens to Termites in the Winter?

During the winter, pest control may be the furthest thing from your mind. The ants, wasps, and mosquitoes that plagued you during the summer months have mostly disappeared, and you may be lulled into a false sense of security. Unfortunately, termites don’t hibernate...

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 Kitchen and Closet Moths

Moths can be a real pain in the neck! The first place we usually try to prevent them from coming in is the wardrobe because of the sheer amount of the damage they can inflict on your hand-picked garments. Rarely do we think about getting rid of moths in the kitchen or...

Signs of a Cockroach Infestation

Cockroaches are filthy little critters that live in and eat sewage, garbage, decay, and many other unsanitary things. When cockroaches enter your home, they can spread bacteria, contaminate food, and even cause allergies and asthma. All these factors mean that roach...

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

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...

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Kansas City

5717 N Delta Ave
Kansas City, MO 64151

Dallas

8520 Crestview Dr
North Richland Hills, TX 76182

Salt Lake City, UT

2591 W 700 S Unit 9
Springville, UT 84663

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      Kansas City

      5717 N Delta Ave
      Kansas City, MO 64151
      (913) 703-7373

      Dallas, TX

      8520 Crestview Dr
      North Richland Hills, TX 76182
      (469) 998-8988

      Olathe, KS

      1105 S Ridgeview Rd
      Olathe, KS 66062
      (913) 276-1224

      Salt Lake City, UT

      2591 W 700 S Unit 9
      Springville, UT 84663
      (801) 428-8389