Centipedes: Millipedes, sowbugs, roly polys, pill bugs and centipedes. These are all multi-legged non-insect type creatures that inhabit the same type of wet, highly mulched areas around the home.
Spiders: Learn how to kill brown recluse spiders, black widow spider, fiddle back spider and more.
Invisible Bites: Invisible bites are a common complaint, especially for people who work in an office, or people undergoing some type of cancer treatment or on prescription drugs.
Scorpions: Scorpions are rather large Arachnids which are more closely related to spiders than they are to insects. Some species are quite poisonous and all species can become a big nuisance, especially in homes that have just recently been built.
Ticks: Ticks are blood feeding parasites of birds, mammals, and reptiles.
Head Lice: Head lice and their nits (eggs) are visible to the naked eye, are off white to brown in color, and are generally found in the hair on the head.
House Fly: Learn how to get rid of flies includeing the house fly, bottle fly, blowfly, phorid fly, cluster fly and more.
Cluster Fly: Learn how to control cluster flies. Cluster flies resemble house flies but are slightly bigger.
Bird Lice: Bird mites, bird lice. This is by far the most common invisible biter.
Clothes Moth: Learn how to control moths, clothes moth, flying moths, clothes moth larvae and more.
Fruit Fly: Fruit flies are small, non-biting gnat like flies that can become quite a nuisance, especially in restaurants and grocery stores.
Gnats: This article talks about gnats, nosseums, knats, fruit flys, phorid flies, fungus gnats, mosquitoes, midges, buffalo gnats and more.
Weevils: A weevil is a type of beetle from the Curculionoidea superfamily. They are usually small, less than 6 mm, and herbivorous.
American Cockroach: The American cockroach, also colloquially known as the waterbug, but not a true waterbug since it is not aquatic, or misidentified as the palmetto bug, is the largest species of common cockroach.
Bed Bugs: Bed bugs, bed-bugs, or bedbugs are parasitic insects of the cimicid family that feed exclusively on blood.
Book Lice: Booklice, also called psocids, are not true lice. While they resemble lice in size and shape, booklice feed only on fungi or mold.
Boxelder Bug: The boxelder bug (Boisea trivittata) is a North American species of true bug. It is found primarily on boxelder trees, as well as maple and ash trees.
Chinch Bugs: Chinch bugs can be serious pests in certain types of grass. In southern areas St. Augustine grass is especially susceptible while in northern states bentgrass lawns are prone to infestations.
German Roaches: If you are seeing small to medium size (1/8 to 5/8 inch) light brown roaches in your home than they are most likely german roaches.
Lady Bugs: Lady bugs are commonly yellow, orange, or red with small black spots on their wing covers, with black legs, heads and antennae.
Mole Crickets: Mole crickets are the number one pest of yards and turf areas in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina and Florida.
Powder Post Beetles: Powder post beetles are so called because in high numbers they are able to turn the inside of a piece of wood into nothing more than a mass of powder.
Grain Beetles: The grain beetle is a major pest of stored food products in homes and commercial facilities.
Click Beetles: Insects in the family Elateridae are commonly called click beetles (or "typical click beetles" to distinguish them from the related Cerophytidae and Eucnemidae). Other names include elaters, snapping beetles, spring beetles or skipjacks.
Ground Beetles: Ground beetles are for the most part merely a nuisance as occasional invaders inside our homes.
June Beetle: Learn how to get rid of june beetles, junebugs, beetles.
Japanese Beetle: Japanese beetles and june beetles can reach huge populations in a specific area given favorable environmental conditions.
Pine Beetles: Learn how to get rid of lindane, pine bark beetle, and flat headed borers.
Inside Fleas: Prevention is the key to flea control both inside and outside. On the inside it is very inexpensive and safe to use an insect growth regulator that prevents flea eggs and larvae from becoming adults.
Outside Fleas: Preventing fleas from ever populating is the best form of flea control outside just as it is inside.
Small Ants: This article is about controlling the 100 or so species of small nuisance ants that invade and nest inside our homes throughout the world.
Stored Product Pests: If you ever had whitish worms crawling up walls and across the ceiling in a kitchen or food storage area, chances were excellent they were indianmeal moth larvae, one of the more common stored product pests.
Velvet Ants: Velvet ants are not ants at all but rather solitary female wasps. These ants parasitize bee and wasp nests.