Ants Pest Control

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Once ants get into your home, there’s little chance that they’re going to go away on their own. You either have to learn how to get rid of ants in the house yourself, or let the professionals handle your ants pest control in Omaha and Lincoln, NE. Like many pests, ants swarm indoors once they find a good food source. They usually move inside looking for:

  • better conditions
  • moisture
  • food
  • shelter
  • favorable temperatures

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Worst Home Pest Infestations

Worst Home Pest Infestations | ABC Pest Control Omaha & Lincoln, NE

All home pest infestations are bad. If you have pests, you should get rid of them as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Period. Just because all home pest infestations are bad, however, does not mean all pest infestations are equally bad. We’re not talking most damaging or most immediately destructive, though there’s some overlap. We’re simply talking about the pests you least want in your home.

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Wasp Exterminators

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To get a bit technical, wasps are insects in the hymenoptera order and the apocrita sub-order. Wasps are often mistaken for bees and confused with other stinging insects. It’s not uncommon to get bees, hornets, and wasps confused. They’re all capable of stinging and frequently come with black and yellow markings. Wasps have narrow waists, smooth skin, and four wings. Hornets are a subset of wasp with slightly larger waists but similar skin and wings. Bees tend to be fuzzy, round, and are smaller in general.

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Asthma or Allergies: Pests Could be to Blame

sthma or Allergies: Pests Could be to Blame Omaha & Lincoln NE

If you’ve been sneezing and coughing, then there are a number of potential culprits. You might already be blaming the pollen outside for instance, or maybe you’re making evil eyes at the dog. Sure he looks cute…

Then there’s the dust, but you’ve vacuumed… so what’s going on? But have you considered another possibility? That the Asthma or Allergies are being set off by pests instead. Here’s what you need to know.

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Bagworms Control & Treatment

Bagworms Control & Treatment Omaha & Lincoln, NE

Bagworms are moth-like insects that love junipers, spruces, and evergreens just as much as we do. However, they don’t get satisfaction by looking at them–because they don’t have eyes– their satisfaction comes from eating them by attaching their bag to a branch. In this post, we’ll go over exactly what these little creatures are, and more importantly bagworms control and treatment in Omaha and Lincoln, NE.

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Spring Cleaning Pest Prevention Tips

Spring Cleaning Pest Prevention Tips Omaha & Lincoln Nebraska

Spring is finally here! And after a long winter in Omaha, Lincoln and throughout the Midwest, we are ready for some warming. But each year as the ground gets warmer, many pests will make their appearances and this could mean a pest infestation inside your home. So while as you are making out that spring-cleaning list, make sure to add pest proofing to the list! Simple actions around the home can really make all the difference when it comes to pest prevention in Omaha & Lincoln such as antsrodentscockroachestermites, and other insects.

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Keep Hornets and Wasps Away

Keep Hornets and Wasps Away

There are a lot of things to love about summer – from the great weather, to the more relaxed and casual fashion.

But while this is true, the summer months do also have their drawbacks. In particular, many of us are not quite so keen to see the appearance of wasps and hornets, which can actually prevent us from enjoying our time outside catching rays.

So what can you do to keep them at bay?

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The Brown Recluse Spider

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Brown Recluse Spider

The brown recluse spider has 13 known varieties. They are medium-sized spiders with a pale brown to dark brown color. They have four pairs of long, thin legs and six eyes that are arranged in pairs as compared to other spiders that have eight eyes. Their distinguishing characteristic is the presence of violin or fiddle-shaped marks on top of their abdomen which is why they are sometimes referred to as the fiddleback spider or brown fiddler. On average, they can grow from six to 20 millimeters in length. Average lifespan is up to 2 years. The females can hatch 50 eggs in one sac.
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The Black Widow Spider

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Black Widow Spider

In general, the Black Widow male species are smaller than its female counterparts. The males can grow to only ¼ inch even in maturity, while the female species can grow up to 1.5 inches. The lifespan of male species is also shorter than the females. The males can live up to 2 months while the females can live up to three years. This is because, the males are eventually killed by the female after mating; thus, they are also called mourning spiders. The female can lay 300 to 400 eggs per birth. When hatched, only a handful survive because they eat each other.
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The German Cockroach Is Really Of African Origin

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German Cockroach

The German cockroach is one of the most common species of cockroach found in Nebraska. It can grow to up to 1.5 inches on average; however, it can grow larger in some cases. Its color ranges from pale brown to tan brown to dark brown. It is active all day; however, most of its activity is carried out during the night. It has six legs arranged in pairs. It also has wings that it uses for greater mobility and food hunting tasks.
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