Signs That You Have An Insect Problem

Identifying pests early is important because the sooner you can remove them, the lower your chances that they'll do permanent damage or spread. If there are signs of pest infestation in the area, such as dead insects, you should contact an experienced professional who will know what steps to take next so these problems don't get worse over time!

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Common Pests


Ants are one of Earth's most successful animals, and they've got more than 13,000 species! Some people believe that ants should be feared because their bite can cause disease or panic in humans. However other creatures fear them too - meaning ant infestations could have serious consequences for animal habitats while also posing threats to our homes if left unchecked by professionals who know how deal with this pesky pest problem effectively.


Termites are a silent threat to the structural integrity of homes. They cost America over $1 billion every year, and individual homeowners contribute as well with damaged wood inside their own properties due termite infestation - fortunately there is way not only treat an existing issue and prevent them from happening in future too!


Spider control isn’t always necessary, which can be either a blessing or bummer for homeowners. If you don't have any problems with poisonous spiders and only need assistance from time to time then it's probably not worth hiring an expert in pest management. However if your home is infested or plagued by problematic populations of them, then you'll want someone who knows what they're doing!


Nothing brings on a shudder like suddenly spotting an skittering cockroach as you flip the kitchen light after in the morning. Despite their reputation for being hard to kill, roaches can be controlled with methodical approach and products that are right for your household's needs- some things might even make them disappear completely!


Ticks are tiny arthropods that can transmit diseases to humans, but they’re not just found outside. Arizona has its share of tick-borne illnesses as well! Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is one such disease caught from these pesky creatures and should be taken seriously even though it's rare only only a dozen cases each year.

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Hello, I’m Patrick Hagan, your Pest and Plant Specialist. I hope you’ll give me a call because there is nothing I enjoy more than helping people like you make their homes and yards, beautiful, safe and enjoyable. I’m ready to help, just give me a call.

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