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Odorous House Ants: A Smelly Invader

Odorous House Ants

The Odorous House Ants is a native species, found throughout Eastern Tennessee. It earns its name by producing a foul, “rotten coconut” odor when crushed, something you might not know at first, and making

Are Carpenter Bees Attacking Your Home?

typical female carpenter bee

Carpenter Bees get their common name is because nearly all species of these bees build their nests in burrows in dead wood, bamboo, or structural timbers, often attacking your home. Carpenter bees are often

Swarming Termites: A Pest that will Invade Your Home

swarming termites are looking to invade your home

Swarming termites sound and look like something out of a infestation horror movie. They leave their nest (with wings) flying in search of a new home for their colony. Just hope they don’t set

Boxelder Bugs are upon us

Typical markings of a Boxelder Bug

The boxelder bug is coming out again this spring and it’s a pest! It is found primarily on boxelder trees, as well as maple and ash trees in East Tennessee. These pests are fairly long with

Same Great Service, Now BBB accredited

Better Business Bureau

We are so excited to finally be Better Business Bureau (BBB) accredited! We are still East Tennessee’s top rated Pest Control Company with exceptional customer service but now you have the security of the BBB Rating

Don’t Let Mosquitoes Stop You From Enjoying Your Yard

Mosquitoes can be one of the most annoying and dangerous insects that are found in Knoxville, TN. They can transfer many harmful diseases to us and our animal friends. These diseases include West Nile

Start Planning for that Green Lawn Now

great green lawn

  With warm weather quickly approaching we all have one thing on our mind, enjoying the outside. But you don’t want your lawn to be the eye sore of the neighborhood. Get the green lawn

Termite Letter for Your House Closing

For Sale By Owner Real Estate Sign and Beautiful House.

Purchasing your first home can be a wonderful and stressful experience. Almost all real estate transactions require a termite letter. Since termites are common to the East Tennessee area, you definitely want to be