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4 Signs Termites are Taking Over Your Home

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Spring has officially sprung, complete with chirping birds, blooming flowers, and unfortunately, very hungry termites. Although they’re tiny, these pests pack a mighty appetite and can cause extensive, pricy damage to your home if untreated.
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Bugs: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

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As pest control specialists, you might expect us to refer to all pests as “bad bugs.” Although we appreciate a good alliteration, that statement is simply untrue. Instead, bugs tend to differentiate themselves into different categories– the good, the bad and the ugly.

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Bug Blitz: Pests That Invade Your Home

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“That time” of winter has finally hit. The time when the temperature shifts from biting cold to full-scale gnawing cold, and all Arkansas natives retreat to the comfort of their homes to pile on blankets, light the fireplace and cheer on their favorite AFC or NFC teams in the Super Bowl. What if we told you though, that humans aren’t the only ones trying to find a cozy home to watch the big game in? That’s right– pests are looking for winter homes too! Learn about who your team’s opponent is and how to keep your home off their roster.

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What’s Really Under Your Tree

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‘Tis the season for fa-la-la-la-la-ing, jingling bells and rocking around the Christmas tree. Don’t let the excitement of the season distract you though. There could be up to 25,000 creepy crawlies on a single tree you bring into your home. Be on the lookout for these top 5 pests that may have stowed away on your holiday decorations.

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Command’s Pest Profile: Cluster Fly

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At Command Pest Control we pride ourselves on being able to send pests packing. In order to do that though, we have to be able to identify which pests have claimed your home as their own. This month, meet one of the least harmful, yet most annoying, pests that might visit you this fall– the cluster fly.

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Command’s Pest Profile: Boxelder Bug

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In order to rid your home of the creepy crawlies that have infested, it’s important to be able to identify them. This month, meet one of fall’s most frequent visitors, the boxelder bug.


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Command’s Pest Profile: Stink Bugs

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Summer has officially left town, and there’s a sense of celebration in the air because it took the season’s swarming mosquitoes with it. You can finally relax critter-free, right? While fall has its benefits, it unfortunately isn’t immune to pest problems. In order to treat these issues, it’s important to be able to identify them. That’s where our pest profiles come in. This month, meet the stink bug.

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Water Bug vs. Cockroach: Clearing Up the Confusion 

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They’re big. They’re creepy. They may be living around your home. But they’re not the same. We often hear water bugs and cockroaches used interchangeably to label any creepy crawly that’s brown and unsightly. There are certain differences that set them apart though, and those differences can help you determine your next course of action.


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Bug Free BBQ

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Nothing sucks the fun out of a family barbecue like aggressive, hungry mosquitoes. If you can tolerate their constant buzzing by your ear, a heavy dose of bug spray every hour or so can help keep you bite free. But, if you prefer to keep them away from your food and family for good (minus the buzzing and chemical body spray), we suggest signing up for our Mosquito Control Program— the ultimate treatment plan for taking on these annoying and dangerous pests. read more →

5 Water-Loving Pests Living in Your Bathroom

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Humans aren’t the only ones that enjoy a cool dip when the temperatures start rising. Here are five household pests that also find solace in the water. Unfortunately, that water might be closer than you think. The constant moisture coming from your bathtub, sink and toilet create the perfect environment for water-thriving bugs.

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