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As far as pest invaders go, ants may rank lower on the “ick” factor or the “fear” scale. That doesn’t mean you have to embrace them in your home!
For some, when spring has “sprung,” it can mean itchy eyes and sneezing. There are many things you can do to limit allergy triggers inside your home so you can breathe a little easier this season.
Visiting the local Christmas tree farm to pick out a tree is a tradition for many families in Maryland. There’s nothing more festive than piling into the car to hand select the right tree.
Here’s what you need to know about Lyme disease, how it can affect your favorite four-legged family member, and what you can do to reduce the risk to your pets this fall.
Honeybees are important to our entire ecosystem - Learn what pest control experts have to say about these pollinating pests!
Spring has sprung in Maryland and Virginia! With warm, breezy spring weather comes all sorts of treats and activities: Popsicles, trips to the playground, bike riding, and Sunday night baseball games.
There are two species of flies that we commonly see in Maryland: the common house fly and the stable fly, also known as the horse fly. Both types of flies carry numerous pathogens than can be extremely harmful to humans and pets.
It seems ironic that the owner of a pest control company, someone dedicated to helping Maryland residents protect themselves and their families from pests, would contract Lyme disease.
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