What You Should Know About the Black Carpet Beetle and Removing It from Your Home

One of the most common and destructive pests in the United States, including in the Northeastern region, is the black carpet beetle. This tiny insect reaches lengths of only one-fourth of an inch at most, but it is capable of doing great harm inside a home. Below is more information about this pest and what you can do to rid your home of it.

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Your Dog and Lyme Disease: Tips for Preventing This Dangerous Disease

From fevers and joint stiffness to problems with breathing and issues with their nervous system and heart, Lyme's disease can have a profound impact on your dog's health and quality of life. The best way to protect your dog from this devastating illness is to keep the carrier of the disease at bay: deer ticks.

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Big Wheels and Big Beaks | Ace Walco Pest Control

There are thousands of insect species in the northeastern United States, but one of the most unique and intimidating of these is the wheel bug.

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Carpenter Bees Tearing Up Your Deck? | Ace Walco Pest Control

If you've finally constructed the deck of your dreams after planning and saving for years, you may be dismayed to find precise holes dotting your railing or stairs as carpenter bees make your deck their new home.

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Dealing With a Millipede Infestation | Ace Walco Termite & Pest Control 

 

 

 

Millipedes are arthropods that typically live happily outdoors. As long as they have easy access to warm, moist soil or rotting mulch or wood and have plenty of vegetation and dead leaves to munch on, they aren't known to sneak indoors often. 

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