Terminix Triad Pest Control Blog
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Bed bugs are a widespread problem across the United States, and North Carolina is no exception. These tiny, blood-sucking insects can cause major discomfort and stress for homeowners and renters alike.
Are you a homeowner in North Carolina dealing with a rodent infestation? Although North Carolina is a beautiful state to live in, it's also an attractive area for a variety of rodents that might be looking at your home as a new place to live this Fall and Winter!
There are many different types of spiders in North Carolina, and it can be difficult to identify them without prior knowledge. In this blog post, we will cover the most common types of spiders in North Carolina.
There are many types of bugs that can be found in North Carolina, but there are some that are more common than others. In this blog post, we will discuss the 5 most common types of bugs in North Carolina and how to identify them.
Last Updated January 30th, 2023: Ticks are small blood-sucking parasites that hang around all year long but are most active when it’s warm outside. They grab onto hosts, which range from humans to pets to wild animals, from shrubs or other vegetation.
While they may be one of the less threatening varieties of pests that can take refuge in your home, ants are often among the most frustrating to deal with because getting rid of an ant infestation can seem impossible.
Mice and rats are never welcome house guests, but their adaptability and low dietary needs make it easy for them to become your new uninvited roommates. A small hole in the wall or door is all a mouse needs to enter your home.
Living in the North Carolina Triad region is awesome--we’ve got some growing cities in the area, a short drive to the mountains, and endless things to do outdoors. We share our beautiful region with birds, squirrels, and other animals native to North Carolina.
It's officially fall--which means now is the perfect time to plan fun family activities. From the mountains to the beach to major cities, North Carolina has something for everyone to enjoy. Check out our list of best day and weekend trips to plan this fall from High Point, North Carolina!
There are fewer things more cringe-worthy in this world than spiders. Add poisonous ones to the mix and they’re not only cringe-worthy, but they’re extremely dangerous too! Here in North Carolina, we are home to two types of poisonous spiders that are common to the area.