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Ants of Connecticut

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Ants: Connecticut is a land of hidden wonders and bustling ecosystems, where the dance of nature unfolds amidst scenic beauty and historic charm. Beneath the surface of this thriving state lies a bustling metropolis—home to not just the hustle and bustle of its human inhabitants, but also to an often overlooked yet astonishingly diverse community… Continue reading Ants of Connecticut

Associate Certified Entomologist

A.C.E are leaders in the field of pest control.

Associate Certified Entomologist – A Busy Bees Journey There haven’t been many things in my life that I could confidently say I excelled at. However, during my journey as a pest control technician, I found myself captivated by the world of insects I was tasked to manage. I began to do more than just eliminate… Continue reading Associate Certified Entomologist

Mouse Repellant – How It works

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Mouse Repellant – How it works! Mice play a crucial role in our ecosystem as a food source for various small predators and even as a snack for larger ones. It is imperative that we maintain a balanced food chain, ensuring all levels receive their fair share of food. Unfortunately, relying solely on methods such… Continue reading Mouse Repellant – How It works

The Importance Of Pest Control In Human Civilizations

  Pest control is a crucial system put in place to manage or eliminate pests that impact human life and society. This process includes using various methods such as chemical treatments, physical barriers, and biological agents to control or eliminate pests’ impact on human health, the environment, and societal well-being. Altogether, pest control is essential,… Continue reading The Importance Of Pest Control In Human Civilizations

Mice and Their Nesting Habits

For a small creature like a mouse, staying in one spot is likely to lead to your demise. Mice spend the summer not only maintain already built nest but getting their winter nest ready. If they have a building nearby, then likely that building will be the site for a winter home. Being prey animals,… Continue reading Mice and Their Nesting Habits

Wasps & Hornets of Connecticut

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As July moves on the wasp and hornet hives around Connecticut will be populated enough with drones that homeowners will begin to take notice. Hopefully this doesn’t happen while mowing or trimming the hedges.     Paper Wasps Wasps come in a few different varieties in Connecticut. Like the brown wasps you see above, yellow… Continue reading Wasps & Hornets of Connecticut

Rodents – Sanitation, Exclusion, Control

rom day one humans have had a rodent issue more so we have a waste issue. We leave a trail of high caloric food that allow rodents to thrive along side us. “One man’s trash is another rodent’s treasure” or in this case home. Along with all the food we leave behind we also leave a plethora of materials that rats and mice alike can easily turn into a home. Once settled in they will multiply and quickly have free run of a building. Along with their love to chew wires rodents cause major damage every year to our crops, stored food and ready to eat food source. Rodents will live in the filthiest places such as sewer lines or dumpsters then travel into our homes and bring with them bacteria that can cause serious illness.

Stinkbugs – A love story of sorts.

Your stinkbug issue started probably a few years ago as a few. The next year you saw just enough for you to think you may need help but few enough to make you grab a broom instead. Year five or six of a stinkbug issue is really where your partner says “Honey I think we need to call a professional.” Listen to them,

Exterminator to Pest Management Professional – A Brief History of the Pest Control Field.

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Early on humans learned the need for pest control. It grew into the profession we are today.

The Carpenter Bee

Carpenter bees got their name from their love of building within wood. Any wood with a few hours of direct sunlight can become a spot for an egg chamber. A female will use her powerful mandibles to chew a perfect half inch hole then makes a ninety degree turn and tunnel a 6-12 inche egg… Continue reading The Carpenter Bee