At some point and time, spiders have probably made their way into your nightmares. Whether you were a kid and your older brother let you watch the movie, Arachnophobia, or you encountered one face to face in the attic getting down the Christmas decorations, spiders are a feared creature for a reason.
All pests have a potential for danger, but when one of them has eight legs and a powerful jaw, you tend to put that one at the top of your list of Pests to Avoid Forever.
On the positive side, they were created with intricate designs and bodies that help us identify them as harmless or dangerous. We’ve gathered the top 4 of our favorite spiders that can be found right here in Arkansas, so that next time, if you see one, you know exactly how far to go on the panic scale. Of course, you should always call us to eradicate the problem – and to keep your wife from finding out you scream like a little girl.
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Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and we at Command are taking time to reflect on all we’re thankful for – and our list (unsurprisingly) is long. We’re fortunate to spend each day doing work we enjoy, and that we know makes a difference in the lives of thousands of Arkansans in Little Rock, Conway and the surrounding areas.
While we have countless things to be thankful for, we’re sharing our top three below. read more →
Time and time again we’ve seen homeowners come to the same conclusion after discovering a rodent problem – it’s time to get a cat. Felines are natural hunters, so it’s not out of the realm of possibility that introducing a cat to a home with a rodent problem will result in a few dead rats and mice. But as far as a cat being an end-all solution to your rodent problem, we’re still not convinced.
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One of the most wonderful parts of living in Arkansas is the opportunity to enjoy all four glorious seasons. But along with all their perks, cold winters, blooming springs, sunny summers and crisp falls all bring with them different types of pest activity. We may be leaving Arkansas mosquito season and Zika scares behind, but another set of pests have already begun to make their presence known in our state. read more →