Category Archives: Ants

Ants Stopped In One Treatment

When ants invade, call Steve Gustafson for Sonoma County pest control. With many years experience in the Santa Rosa area, you can rely on us to eliminate the ant problem in one treatment — no expensive annual contract required. Our … Continue reading

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How To Prevent Ant Invasions

Martha StewartThe safest and most natural way to deal with ants is to make your home inhospitable to them. Here’s how Martha Stewart recommends doing it. Continue reading

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Earwig Control – How To Get Rid of Earwigs

People also fear the old wives’s tale (and scary science fiction) that they crawl into ears, which they do not. On the other hand, they do make a nuisance of themselves by hiding in any little crack they can find and in some pretty unusual places. There are a number of ways to control earwigs without spraying. Continue reading

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Jerusalem Crickets, Potato Bugs Crawl Under Doors

The Jerusalem Cricket or Potato Bug is the insect everyone loves to hate, because it is so very ugly! But it is not actually a cricket and does not even like potatoes! They spend most of their time underground, not … Continue reading

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Ant Invasion – Help!

Ants do their work in the garden all summer, but when it rains, cold water fills up their tunnels and they run to where it is warm and dry — they come inside your house! Here are some tips to … Continue reading

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Flying Ants – Or Termites?

Ant Invasions occur in when it is too hot outside and the ants come inside for cool water. They also happen when too much cool water floods their tunnels and they come inside your nice dry house. Call us for help Continue reading

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Low Impact – High Quality

You want to rid your home of business of pests like cockroaches, silverfish, rats or mice without harming pets, children or yourself. Toxic means poisonous, and if you intend to poison the pests, you wouldn’t choose an ineffective poison. Continue reading

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