Posted in Pest Control

Consistency wins the race

We often get asked what is the secret to success in the pest control industry and if I could sum it up in one word…

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Posted in High Desert Pest Control

Long jawed desert termite ( Gnathamitermes perplexus )

The long jawed desert termite ( Gnathamitermes perplexus ) is a very common termite here in the high deserts of Arizona. This termite is considered a…

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Posted in Bugs Cool Bugs Pest Control

Be careful when cleaning out storage areas of Black Widow spiders.

During a routine termite inspection in Sedona last week I came across a few spiders. The majority of them being black widows. So I thought…

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Posted in Bugs Cool Bugs Pest Control

Bees in a attic

You really never know what you will find doing this job. The other day Mark was doing a routine termite inspection and found  a large…

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Posted in High Desert Pest Control Pesticides

Meet the Twins

One thing we really pride ourselves on here at Arizona Bug Company is our ability to create some of the nicest spray equipment around. My…

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Posted in Organic Pest Control Pest Control Rodents

Vesper bats in Arizona

  Vesper bats are the common bats we see flying at dusk in Arizona. They are insectivores that use echolocation to hunt.  It is quite…

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Posted in Bugs Pest Control

Bees in the Springtime

As we start to get into the full swing of spring, it’s a good time to walk around our homes and check for hidden dangers such as beehives.

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Subterranean Termites and Slab Plumbing

The termites had concealed themselves in the wall, leaving very little evidence of their presence until the wall was opened to get at the plumbing.

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Cottonwood Pest Control

People often ask me what pests to expect when moving to Cottonwood, Arizona. The two inquired about the most are scorpions and the black widow spider.

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Common Flea

We have been seeing fleas in Prescott and Prescott Valley. Fleas are a parasite that are attracted to body heat and carbon dioxide much like the bed bug.

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