The term “pesticide” has been given a bad rap. In actuality, the dictionary meaning of the term is – any substance that is used to control pests. “Insecticide” may be more accurate, but it’s a broad term that includes “herbicides”…Read More

People have a negative reaction to the word “pesticide,” and if you went through WWII, you might have a reason for it. Today, however, the most important thing you need to know about pesticides is that the ones that are…Read More

We’ve been serving Southern Oregon for over 30 years, and we’re dedicated to the health and environmental safety of our clients. We are as committed to our customer’s satisfaction as we are to using the smallest and safest amount of…Read More

The recent spike of bed bugs in the news has prompted a lot of anxiety and worry among many. Whether you own a home, a bed-and-breakfast, or a chain of hotels – bed bugs are never a welcome guest! The…Read More

Winter is the time of year when people like to move indoors; and pests like to move with us! When you’re comfortable, bugs are comfortable. Our best advice is this: set up preventative measures now. Here are some suggestions that…Read More

Just because there’s a chill in the air or some snow on the ground, don’t imagine for a moment that bugs and critters magically disappear during the winter months! No, they don’t hibernate, conveniently waiting for nice warm weather to…Read More

  Earwigs are common around our area here in Oregon, and look more alarming than they actually are. Still, finding a colony of them under your sink is an unpleasant surprise. These bugs are fairly large, about ¾’s of an…Read More

Unfortunately, rats, squirrels and mice get cold in the winter too, and this is when they are most likely to break into homes through cracks and crevices so tiny it seems impossible they would fit through, but they do! They…Read More

Real Christmas trees are wonderful, fragrant, and often full of unwanted pests that you might not care to have under your tree on Christmas morning! Coniferous trees may attract a variety of small insects that aren’t easily visible. Aphids are…Read More

Colder nights means that many of the plants that have enjoyed your outdoor patios through the summer and fall should think about moving indoors for the colder months to come. Who comes in and who stays out is often a…Read More