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a large cluster of box elder bugs infesting a new castle pennsylvania home during the late summer season

Aug

30

Preventing Late Summer Nuisance Pests in New Castle


When you focus on the damage termites create, the diseases cockroaches spread, and the painful stings wasps leave behind, certain nuisance pests can slip under your radar and infest your home. Pests such as centipedes, clover mites, silverfish, boxelder bugs, and crickets can become incredibly bothersome in late summer and into early fall, especially if you’ve made mistakes this season that…

a nasty full grown centipede scurrying across a souderton kitchen floor

Jul

08

Tips For Preventing House Centipedes From Invading Homes


Have you ever entered your bathroom to take a shower or check your hair in the mirror, only to spot a flat, worm-like creature with multiple legs crawling across the bathroom floor? If you have, you know how frightening it can be to find one of these outlandish-looking creatures on your property. Other than being frightening, these pests are capable of creating many frustrations and disturbances…

a cluster of clover mites crawling along a vibrant green leaf on a new castle property

Jun

26

Why Call Moyer For Clover Mites In New Castle


Have you noticed small, red bugs crawling around your New Castle home? How about small red streaks and stains on the furniture? Sometimes these red marks are the only visible sign that you have a clover mite infestation, and because of their size, they can easily go unnoticed. However, the amount of these tiny red bugs that are in your home can quickly increase.

a very large clover mite crawling along the yard of a souderton residence

Apr

15

What Are Clover Mites, And Are They Dangerous?


If you’re seeing little red bugs around your Souderton home, there’s a good chance they are clover mites. Clover mites are actually arachnids, closely related to ticks and spiders. Clover mites feed on, as their name suggests, clover, grass, and other plants. What dangers, if any, do clover mites pose?

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