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a mosquito biting a new castle deleware resident on the arm durring an early fall evening

Sep

30

When Will The Mosquitoes Leave New Castle?


When you think about mosquitoes, do you imagine the uncomfortable, itchy bites they leave on your arms, legs, and bodies? These warm-weather pests are notorious for ruining barbeques and creating disturbances with outdoor activities. Unfortunately, the problems mosquitoes cause doesn’t stop at being an itchy annoyance.

a quickly growing flea infesttaion on the hairy arm skin of a new castle resident

Jul

31

Don't Let Fleas Turn Your Summer Into A Nightmare


Most often, when people hear about fleas, they think about pets. Although it is true that fleas prefer our furry friends over us, it does not change the fact that when they are on our loved companions, everyone suffers. If up to this point, you have never had to deal with fleas in your own home, we hope that you never have to.

a family of cockroaches crawling along a newcastle Pennsylvania picnic table in a residential back park

Jul

25

How New Castle Homeowners Unknowingly Invite Cockroaches Inside


Cockroaches. They are not needed, they certainly aren't wanted, and it really does not matter what they are doing in our homes in the first place—they are straight up unwelcome. If you feel this way as well, stick around. Hopefully, we can help you avoid making the mistakes many other homeowners make that invite these tiny horrors inside.

a new castle resident reading a newspaper at a train stop unaware of the hitchhiking bed bugs infesting his backpack

Jul

23

Mitigating Risk For Bed Bug Problems In New Castle This Summer


The first thing you should know about bed bugs is that they need assistance to get into your house. In the pest world, we call it hitchhiking. Unlike human hitchhikers, they do not stand on the side of the road with their thumb up, but instead, climb onto items around them; eventually finding their way into our homes.

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