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Please vote for Reliance Pest & Termite in the Best of 2013. Vote online at www.hamptonroads.com/bestof (We are participating in the Western Branch-Churchland-North Suffolk: Supplies & Services – Home: Pest Control) or text ACCD to 21333
#1 Nuisance Pest is ants! Some of the most common are carpenter ants, odorous house ants, pavement ants, pharaoh ants, little black ants, Argentine ants, red imported fire ants, acrobat ants and crazy ants.
The 2012 Most Bed Bug-Infested Cities: 1. Philadelphia 2. Cincinnati 3. New York City 4. Chicago 5. Detroit 6. Washington, D.C. 7. Columbus, Ohio 8. San Francisco 9. Denver 10. New Haven, Connecticut 11. Dallas 12. Houston 13. Indianapolis 14. … Continue reading
Mice generally enter a house at a point low to the ground, and then make their way around through the walls and in many cases up to the attic.
A single pair of rats can produce 15,000 offspring in just one year!
Termite swarmer season is here. Please use this picture as a reference to be able to tell the difference between an ant and a termite. If you are unsure of what is affecting your home make sure to call us … Continue reading
This is our first year participating in the Best Of Hampton Roads competition. Please take your time to vote us for Best Pest Control online at www.hamptonroads.com/bestof or text YUH to 21333. Thank you for your support!
After feeding, fully engorged bedbug nymphs can grow as much as six times their body weight; adult bedbugs can grow about two to two and a half times their typical size after feeding. If necessary, bedbugs can get a blood … Continue reading
Except for the egg, all stages of bedbugs, from nymphs to adults, feed on blood. Bedbug eggs can be about the same size as one stitch of sewn mattress fabric. Bedbug eggs are coated with a sticky substance; once deposited … Continue reading
Mature larvae are twice the length of adults (1/4 of inch). Larvae are whitish, elongated, have no eyes and are legless. They have anal struts for movement. Larvae have 10 abdominal segments.