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By Shane/Steve Oswalt 13 Dec, 2017
 There is nothing worse then having a Cockroach run across the kitchen counter at anytime of year, especially Christmas. with all of the baking, parties, and Christmas dinners to cook for it just seems like really bad timing. and what if one of your family, friends, or any other guests caught a glimpse of a roach in your home. that would be embarrassing, and they would never forget that for as long as they live. not only is the sight of a Cockroach infestaion creepy, but just think of all the diseases they carry, and you wouldn't want to make anyone sick. Cocok roaches can carry viruses and bacteria in their feces and on their bodies that can cause salmonella, diarrhea dysentery, and asthma or even an allergic reaction in some kids.
 If you happen to see any signs of cockroach activity in your home then you need to call us ALLPEST  today! The presence of Roaches is not only dangerous and unsanitary, it will seriously damage your brand and reputation! Cock roaches are some times hard to spot since they are nocturnal. so i have put together a list of signs that all pest management professionals use for signs of the pesky critters.
 
  • Unusual smell  - A cockroach infestation produces a lingering and unpleasant odor like an oily musty smell.
  • Cockroach droppings  - Cockroaches will produce brown/black droppings on your wall or behind electronics , approx. 2mm long.
  • Smear marks  - Cockroaches will produce brown and irregular shaped smear marks. Check for marks on horizontal surfaces and at wall-floor junctions where cockroaches run.
  • Shed skins  - roaches shed skins 5-6 times as they mature to adults. These shed skins are usually found close to where the cockroaches are sheltering.
 Preventing and getting rid of roaches can be a difficult task. You can limit the size of any infestation by:
  1. Reducing their Water sources.
  2. Eliminating access to food sources.
  3. inspecting items that are being brought in from outside.
  4. reducing clutter from inside your home.  
 The presence of Roaches is not only dangerous and unsanitary, it will seriously damage your brand and reputation!

 If a Cockroach infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page.Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
Happy Holidays Everyone! 
Authored by: Shane Oswalt 
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 03 Dec, 2017

FLEA BIOLOGY BASICS

  •     Estimated 2,500 species of fleas in the world, 325 in the U.S. The most common is the Cat Flea
  •      Fleas are wingless, dark-reddish brown in color, about an 1/8 inch long, and oval in shape
  •      Can jump 7’ vertically and 13’ horizontally
  •      4 stage life cycle: egg, larvae, pupa, and adult. Under normal conditions it takes 3-6 weeks to go from egg to adult
  •      Adult fleas prefer to feed every 2-3 days and must feed before laying eggs
  •      Female fleas begin to produce eggs within 24-48 hours of its first blood meal
  •      Eggs are laid in batches of 20 and can be laid daily. Female fleas will lay eggs continuously until they die
  •      1 female flea can lay up to 5,000 eggs in a lifetime
  •      Total flea infestation is comprised of 5% adults and 95% pre-adults
  •      Average life span of adult fleas is usually 4-6 weeks when a host is available
  •      Pre-adult fleas can live up to 1 year (adults 2-3 years) if a host is not available

TREATMENT WE OFFER

Thorough interior chemical treatment using an adulticide and an insect growth regulator (IGR) is applied. Exterior power-spray treatments are available if needed to address an infestation in the lawn and landscaping. Adulticide materials kill larvae and adult stages while the IGR will prevent eggs and larvae stages from further development. Adulticide materials have a residual life of 4-5 weeks and the IGR’s 3 months once applied. Extensive interior preparation is required prior to treatment (see our Flea Prep Sheet on contact page).

If any type of Pest infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page. Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
Authored By: Shane Oswalt
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 01 Dec, 2017
 Ants are social insects that live in colonies that can have 1 or more queens. An average sized colony is comprised of around 4,000 ants. They can colonize in the ground, leaf clutter, or inside a structure. They have a 3-part segmented body: the Head, Thorax, and Gaster. Reproductive ants are winged. These insects can carry 20 times their body weight and live an average of 45-60 days.

Identification

 There are several kinds of ants that may occur in and around the home ranging in size from about 1/32 to 3/4 inch long and colored yellowish, light brown, reddish-brown, brownish-black, or jet black. Ants, as all insects, have three body regions. head, thorax, and abdomen. Most are wingless, but the homeowner sometimes may confuse swarming, winged ants with swarming, winged termites, causing alarm. Ants can be easily distinguished from termites by several characteristics:
  • Ant bodies appear constricted or pinched in at the waist (shaped like a figure 8), while termites do not have the waist constriction.
  • Ants have elbowed antennae, while termites have straight, bead-like antennae.
  • The forewings of ants are much larger than the hindwings. Termites' wings are equal in size and
  • shape.
  • Ant wings are transparent or brownish, while termite wings are milky-white or grayish and longer than the body.
  • Ant wings are firmly attached, while termite wings are easily removed or shed (fall off).
  • Life Cycle and Habits

 If any type of Pest infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page. Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
Authored By: Shane Oswalt 
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 01 Dec, 2017

 Over the last few years bed bugs have made a comeback, in the 1940's bed bugs were almost eliminated although the banning of effective but harmful chemicals and increased international travel, bed bugs have made a huge come back. Most commonly found in Hotels and apartment complexes people are vulnerable to these insects due to the sheer number of people coming in and out of them.


 Bed bugs have beenbeen in the United States since the 17th century and have been a known human parasite for thousands of years.

BED BUG BIOLOGY BASICS

  • Adults bed bugs are flat, reddish brown in color, and about ¼ inch in size, (about the size of an apple seed).
  • 5 – 10 eggs are laid per day by female bed bugs. Bed bugs can lay up to 500 eggs per lifetime.
  • It is possible that over the course of a year30,000 offspring  can be laid by a single female bed bug.
  • Within 10-14 days bed bug eggs hatch and within about 35 - 48 days become adults. 
  • Bed bugs most commonly feed on the blood of humans and even some small animals.
  • Bed bugs are nocturnal (hense bed bugs) and on average feed for about 3 -10 miniutes while you are sleeping.
  • Bed bugs will feed on exposed skin and often bite in patterns of 3 that leave itchy red welts.
  • The Bed bug life span is about 10 – 12 months but can livemonths without feeding for 12-18 months.
  • Bed bugs can carry but do not transmit diseases.
 If you find a bed bug infestation in your home or business call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests  We have been improving health conditions and protecting people and business from Bedbugs, Roaches, Termites, and Nuisance Wildlife for a number of years. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.

Authored By: Shane Oswalt
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 12 Nov, 2017
 In Ohio there are two types of homes. Those who have Termites and those that will! Although termite species vary throughout the United States, subterranean termites are the type most likely to attack your home here in Ohio. They are social insects that nest in underground colonies. There can be millions of termites in a colony, but you may never see any evidence of them, until a pest management professional discovers they’ve seriously damaged your home. In fact, termites cause more than $5 billion worth of damage each year in the U.S. Alone, (damage not covered by most homeowner’s insurance.) The most common termite species can consume the equivalent of approximately 5-15 feet of a 2×4 per year!

Biology Basics

 Eastern Subterranean Termites have 3 castes: Worker, Soldier, Reproductive or Swarmers. Swarming termites associate in pairs, breaking off their wings, and burrowing into the soil. Here they mate and only produce a few eggs the first year. When the Queen is mature she will produce about 5,000-10,000 eggs a year. The queen may live up to 25-30 years and Workers may live from 1-2 years. Several years are required before the colony reaches the typical mature size of 70,000 or more Workers. Under ideal conditions a few Swarmers may be produced after 3 or 4 years. Swarming typically occurs during the spring but it may possibly be followed by one or more smaller swarms until the winter months. Swarming occurs during the daytime, typically during the morning of the day following a warm rain.

Since dealing with a termite infestation is an inevitable fact of life in Ohio, termite protection is highly recommended. Here are some tips that will help to prolong an infestation:
  1. Make sure your soil grade allows moisture to drain away from your house or building
  2. Have 2-4 inches of the buildings foundation extend above the soil grade so that the brick and other siding does not contact the soil grade
  3. Eliminate cellulose close to the structure. This includes: mulch, woodpiles, landscape timbers, foam boards, wood scraps
  4. Avoid deck post from extending beneath the soil grade
If any type of Pest infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page. Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
Authored By: Shane Oswalt 
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 23 Oct, 2017
 There are several different species of spiders in Ohio but only 2 that are poisonous Brown Recluse and Black Widows. Thorough spider control treatment includes treatment on the exterior, interior, attic, and crawl space (if present). Excessive interior clutter, storage, and undisturbed areas can contribute to the magnitude of the spider population. Exterior conditions such as dense vegetation, wood piles, stored items, yard clutter, etc. can also contribute and allow conducive conditions suitable for spiders. Before we make a recommendation to eliminate a spider problem we will try to determine if Brown Recluse or Black Widow Spiders are present. Once this evaluation is made we will recommend a treatment strategy to best solve your problem. Visit our Identify a Pest to help determine the type of spiders that are bugging you!

Spider Control is a 6-step Process.

  • Inspection: A through inspection of the building is essential.
  • Identification: Accurate identification is important for both pest management and medical reasons.
  • Prevention: This consists of making sure that the building is in good physical condition, and properly screened and sealed to reduce entry.
  • Sanitation: such practices consists of keeping the premises free of debris such as boxes, papers, clothing, lumber-piles, etc.
  • Mechanical Measures: The key to control is the timely mechanical removal of spiders, webs, but especially the egg sacs with a vacuum both inside and outside.
  • Pesticide Application: if desired, chemical control consists of application of appropriately labeled dusts, wettable powders, micro-encapsulated pesticides in typical spider harborage areas

If any type of Pest infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page. Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 23 Oct, 2017
 Cockroaches can be very good at hiding and even better at hiding their eggs. They reproduce very quickly and in a short time get out of hand. The inside of your home is a great place for them to thrive with unlimited food, water, warmth and places to hide. Roaches are active all year long! They can be brought in by food deliveries, grocery bags, used appliances and electronics and personal items like purses or book-bags. Some roaches can even carry and transfer disease and a variety of pathogenic organisms such as food poisoning, diarrhea.

Biology Basics

  • Have been on earth for over 400 million years.
  • Commonly found indoors in restaurants, bars, grocery stores, homes, apartments, etc.
  • Adults are 1/2-5/8 inches long, tan to light brown, and have 2 dark parallel lines from the back of the head to the wings.
  • Have developed wings but do not fly.
  • Have 3 development stages: egg, nymph, and adult.
  • Female carries purse shaped egg capsule containing up to 48 eggs and can produce 4 to 8 capsules in her lifetime. 1 every 6 weeks.
  • Can become an adult within 8 weeks and have a life span of 20-30 weeks.
  • 1 female can be responsible for over 10,000 offspring in one year.
  • Mostly active at night but send over 75% of their life in a crack or crevice harborage.
  • Prefers to live in an environment close to food, water, shelter, and warmth.
  • Over 75% of an infestation consists of pre-adults.
  • Can trans-locate from neighboring and adjoining buildings.

GERMAN ROACHES TRANSMIT DISEASE

  • German Roaches transfer disease and a variety of pathogenic organisms such as: parasitic protozoans, food poisoning, dysentery, diarrhea, and other illnesses.
  • German roach feces and cast skins dramatically contribute to allergies and asthma.

BROUGHT IN BY:

  • Food, beverage, and all other commercial deliveries
  • Paper packaging and cardboard boxes
  • Grocery bags
  • Used appliances and electronics
  • Personal items such as: clothing, back packs, purses, radios, etc

The presence of Roaches is not only dangerous and unsanitary, it will seriously damage your brand and reputation!

If a Cockroach infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests  page.Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 15 Oct, 2017
 Remember your mother tucking you into bed at night and saying "Sleep tight, don't let the bedbugs bite" before she turned off your night light, you probably thought she was kidding, well she wasn't. Bedbugs once lived in caves and sucked the blood from bats and our prehistoric ancestors, when we left our caves so did they. Most people generally think of bedbugs being found only in dirty conditions. honestly, bedbugs can thrive in even the cleanest of houses and find places to hide. Taking precautions may seem like alot of work, but is necessary if you want to keep your home bedbug free.
     Fortunately, there are many things you can do to prevent bringing bed bugs into you home. Vigilance is the key to bed bug prevention. When out in public - whether at a hotel, store, movie theater, doctors office or work place - it is important that you stay cautious of all surroundings.
  1. Covering your bed (both mattress and box-spring) with a bed bug proof mattress cover. Its the #1 way to prevent an infestation. this keeps your bed from becoming infested.
  2. Run the vacuum! Sweeping baseboards, couches, chairs, and floors will go along way and prevent any-other bugs that may be entering your home. you can also Vacuum out your suitcases/overnight bags after traveling.
  3. Check your sheets for tell-tale signs like blood spots, fecal staining, exoskeleton sheds.
  4. Never bring second-hand furniture, especially mattresses and box springs, into your home without thoroughly examining for signs of a bed bug infestation. You might also consider having a pest control professional inspect the furniture as it is difficult to detect an infestation without training. 
  5. Keep a change of clothes  in the garage when you return home.  When changing clothes, put the clothes in a sealable plastic bag. be sure to Lauder clothes before wearing again.
 If a bedbug infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests We have been improving health conditions and protecting people and business from Bedbugs, Roaches, Termites, and Nuisance Wildlife for a number of years. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.
Authored By: Shane Oswalt 
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 14 Oct, 2017
 As the seasons change you may start to notice spiders, Wasp, and mice start making their way into your home to seek shelter and prepare themselves  for the upcoming winter months, but the bug that is the most annoying in the fall months is none other then the Stink Bug. Stink bugs spend the summer months hiding out in trees where they munch on its leaves. These insects will eat any plant material, they have been known to cause millions of dollars in damage by eating on commercially produced fruit.  While stink bugs don’t bite, raid your pantry or eat up clothing, they do have one problem: They stink. Stink bugs release a foul musty odor when they’re disturbed or threatened. In the wild, this smell gives predators the back-off signal. In a home setting, the smell lingers long past the time the stink bug is dead, because it clings to whatever the insect touches. 
Keeping Stink Bugs Out!
as the temperatures continue to drop and people start preparing for the winter months, consider pest proofing your house to keep stink bugs and any other pest from making their way into your home. 
  1. Inspect your home exterior for cracks or small holes. Stink bugs can slide into the tiniest of crevices. Seal them off with caulk or steel wool. Check areas where pipes or electrical lines connect with the building and ensure these are also sealed tight.
  2.  it's important to repair or replace damaged screens on windows or doors. Don't forget to check for torn weather-stripping and loose mortar. You can also install door sweeps if necessary.
  3. Stink bugs are attracted to lights, so I recommend to keep outdoor lighting to a minimum. During the evenings, turn off porch lights and pull down window blinds to prevent light from being seen outside.
  4. Eliminating all moisture build up around your home can go a long way to help prevent many pest infestations. Check for leaking pipes and clogged drains.
  5. Keep tree branches and shrubs well trimmed. Also make sure to store firewood at least 20 feet away from the house and five inches off the ground.
  6. Use a vacuum cleaner. Dispose of the vacuum bag immediately to prevent odor from entering the area, dead stink bugs leave a residue inside the bag that can stink up your home.
 Your house can be pre-treated for stink bugs before they become a problem. But, if you suspect an infestation has already developed, contact  AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal we'll assess the severity of your problem and evaluate the best course of stink bug control. Contact us by Phone (937)884-5646 or visit our Identify Pests page and like us on Facebook
Authored By: Shane Oswalt 

By Shane/Steve Oswalt 13 Dec, 2017
 There is nothing worse then having a Cockroach run across the kitchen counter at anytime of year, especially Christmas. with all of the baking, parties, and Christmas dinners to cook for it just seems like really bad timing. and what if one of your family, friends, or any other guests caught a glimpse of a roach in your home. that would be embarrassing, and they would never forget that for as long as they live. not only is the sight of a Cockroach infestaion creepy, but just think of all the diseases they carry, and you wouldn't want to make anyone sick. Cocok roaches can carry viruses and bacteria in their feces and on their bodies that can cause salmonella, diarrhea dysentery, and asthma or even an allergic reaction in some kids.
 If you happen to see any signs of cockroach activity in your home then you need to call us ALLPEST  today! The presence of Roaches is not only dangerous and unsanitary, it will seriously damage your brand and reputation! Cock roaches are some times hard to spot since they are nocturnal. so i have put together a list of signs that all pest management professionals use for signs of the pesky critters.
 
  • Unusual smell  - A cockroach infestation produces a lingering and unpleasant odor like an oily musty smell.
  • Cockroach droppings  - Cockroaches will produce brown/black droppings on your wall or behind electronics , approx. 2mm long.
  • Smear marks  - Cockroaches will produce brown and irregular shaped smear marks. Check for marks on horizontal surfaces and at wall-floor junctions where cockroaches run.
  • Shed skins  - roaches shed skins 5-6 times as they mature to adults. These shed skins are usually found close to where the cockroaches are sheltering.
 Preventing and getting rid of roaches can be a difficult task. You can limit the size of any infestation by:
  1. Reducing their Water sources.
  2. Eliminating access to food sources.
  3. inspecting items that are being brought in from outside.
  4. reducing clutter from inside your home.  
 The presence of Roaches is not only dangerous and unsanitary, it will seriously damage your brand and reputation!

 If a Cockroach infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page.Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
Happy Holidays Everyone! 
Authored by: Shane Oswalt 
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 03 Dec, 2017

FLEA BIOLOGY BASICS

  •     Estimated 2,500 species of fleas in the world, 325 in the U.S. The most common is the Cat Flea
  •      Fleas are wingless, dark-reddish brown in color, about an 1/8 inch long, and oval in shape
  •      Can jump 7’ vertically and 13’ horizontally
  •      4 stage life cycle: egg, larvae, pupa, and adult. Under normal conditions it takes 3-6 weeks to go from egg to adult
  •      Adult fleas prefer to feed every 2-3 days and must feed before laying eggs
  •      Female fleas begin to produce eggs within 24-48 hours of its first blood meal
  •      Eggs are laid in batches of 20 and can be laid daily. Female fleas will lay eggs continuously until they die
  •      1 female flea can lay up to 5,000 eggs in a lifetime
  •      Total flea infestation is comprised of 5% adults and 95% pre-adults
  •      Average life span of adult fleas is usually 4-6 weeks when a host is available
  •      Pre-adult fleas can live up to 1 year (adults 2-3 years) if a host is not available

TREATMENT WE OFFER

Thorough interior chemical treatment using an adulticide and an insect growth regulator (IGR) is applied. Exterior power-spray treatments are available if needed to address an infestation in the lawn and landscaping. Adulticide materials kill larvae and adult stages while the IGR will prevent eggs and larvae stages from further development. Adulticide materials have a residual life of 4-5 weeks and the IGR’s 3 months once applied. Extensive interior preparation is required prior to treatment (see our Flea Prep Sheet on contact page).

If any type of Pest infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page. Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
Authored By: Shane Oswalt
By Shane/Steve Oswalt 01 Dec, 2017
 Ants are social insects that live in colonies that can have 1 or more queens. An average sized colony is comprised of around 4,000 ants. They can colonize in the ground, leaf clutter, or inside a structure. They have a 3-part segmented body: the Head, Thorax, and Gaster. Reproductive ants are winged. These insects can carry 20 times their body weight and live an average of 45-60 days.

Identification

 There are several kinds of ants that may occur in and around the home ranging in size from about 1/32 to 3/4 inch long and colored yellowish, light brown, reddish-brown, brownish-black, or jet black. Ants, as all insects, have three body regions. head, thorax, and abdomen. Most are wingless, but the homeowner sometimes may confuse swarming, winged ants with swarming, winged termites, causing alarm. Ants can be easily distinguished from termites by several characteristics:
  • Ant bodies appear constricted or pinched in at the waist (shaped like a figure 8), while termites do not have the waist constriction.
  • Ants have elbowed antennae, while termites have straight, bead-like antennae.
  • The forewings of ants are much larger than the hindwings. Termites' wings are equal in size and
  • shape.
  • Ant wings are transparent or brownish, while termite wings are milky-white or grayish and longer than the body.
  • Ant wings are firmly attached, while termite wings are easily removed or shed (fall off).
  • Life Cycle and Habits

 If any type of Pest infestation is ever found in your home or business its important to call the professionals at AllPest Pest Control & Wildlife Removal a trusted pest control company that services the entire Miami Valley. You can also get a better understanding of the type of infestation you have by visiting our Identify Pests   page. Whether it’s your home, school, office, restaurant, health care facility, daycare, or industrial facility, we will evaluate your pest problem and recommend a customized approach to achieve the best results. We are truly committed to providing the very best Pest Control service possible. Contact us by phone (937)884-5647 or through our website. And be sure to like us on Facebook.  
Authored By: Shane Oswalt 
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