YELLOWJACKET WASPS pose significant health threats to humans as they may sting repeatedly and can cause allergic reactions.
BEES do not pose a public health threat unless a person is allergic. Carpenter Bees can damage wood through their nest building.
FLEAS are troublesome pests. They puncture the skin with their sharp beaks to get blood. The bite of a flea can cause some discomfort. Fleas can also carry serious diseases.
BED BUGS like to hide in small cracks and crevices close to humans. They are elusive creatures, so it is imperative to seek professional pest control to address an infestation.
BROWN RECLUSE SPIDERS bite in defense. They will bite humans when the clothing they are hiding in is worn. The brown recluse spider bite is painful and can produce an open, ulcerating sore.
MICE breed rapidly and adapts quickly to changing conditions. Their droplets of urine can cause allergies in children. Mice can bring fleas, ticks and lice into your home.
RATS live in fields, farm lands and structures. They enter homes looking for food sources. They can chew wiring and cause fires. They also carry diseases.
COCKROACHES have been reported to spread at least 33 kinds of bacteria, six kinds of parasitic worms, and at least seven other kinds of human pathogens.
POWDER POST BEETLE attack hardwoods and damage structures throughout the US. Homeowners usually see a very fine powdery dust coming from the wood in their homes.
SKUNKS will destroy lawns by digging up the grass to get to insects and will nest under structures to breed.
SQUIRRELS will invade homes, chew wiring and destroy wood along the roof lines with their gnawing. Do not block holes in a structure until you’re absolutely sure all squirrels are gone.