• Pest Problems Persist Through Cold Portland Winter

      Do You Need Pest Control in Winter? In our Beaverton office, winter is in full swing - it’s cold, rainy, sometimes icy, and always grey outside. Around this time of year, the first question clients ...

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    • Modern Pest Control: We've Come Far!

      Amazingly, the fact that insects carry and transmit diseases was discovered only about 120 years ago. It wasn’t until 1897 that bites from mosquitoes responsible for transmitting malaria. In 1898 it ...

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    • Rodent Awareness Week: What Every Homeowner Needs to Know

      In the greater Portland metro area, it’s become increasingly common for homes to have rodent issues. In fact, nearly one third of American homeowners have dealt with a rodent infestation at some ...

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    • Why There Are Ants in Your Home

      And 4 Ways to Start Eliminating Ants Today If you live in Beaverton, Portland, Vancouver, or any of the surrounding areas odds are good you’ve dealt with the frustration of tiny black ants in your ...

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    • Pest Problems Persist Through Cold Portland Winter

      Do You Need Pest Control in Winter? In our Beaverton office, winter is in full swing - it’s cold, rainy, sometimes icy, and always grey outside. Around this time of year, the first question clients ...

      Read More
    • 5 Signs of a Rodent Infestation Homeowners Need To Know

      Rats and mice are small and quick, so often you never actually see a rat or mouse until an infestation is really bad. Learning the warning signs that tell you rodents have infested your home or ...

      Read More
    • Why There Are Ants in Your Home

      And 4 Ways to Start Eliminating Ants Today If you live in Beaverton, Portland, Vancouver, or any of the surrounding areas odds are good you’ve dealt with the frustration of tiny black ants in your ...

      Read More
    • Pest Problems Persist Through Cold Portland Winter

      Do You Need Pest Control in Winter? In our Beaverton office, winter is in full swing - it’s cold, rainy, sometimes icy, and always grey outside. Around this time of year, the first question clients ...

      Read More
    • Modern Pest Control: We've Come Far!

      Amazingly, the fact that insects carry and transmit diseases was discovered only about 120 years ago. It wasn’t until 1897 that bites from mosquitoes responsible for transmitting malaria. In 1898 it ...

      Read More
    • Why There Are Ants in Your Home

      And 4 Ways to Start Eliminating Ants Today If you live in Beaverton, Portland, Vancouver, or any of the surrounding areas odds are good you’ve dealt with the frustration of tiny black ants in your ...

      Read More
    • Are You Prepared for Ants this Year?

      The 3 Common Ants in Portland Area Homes and How to Handle Them Spring in Oregon means sunshine, rain, baseball, and for the pest control industry, ants. This year, we are trying to spread awareness ...

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    • Pest Problems Persist Through Cold Portland Winter

      Do You Need Pest Control in Winter? In our Beaverton office, winter is in full swing - it’s cold, rainy, sometimes icy, and always grey outside. Around this time of year, the first question clients ...

      Read More
    • Pest Problems Persist Through Cold Portland Winter

      Do You Need Pest Control in Winter? In our Beaverton office, winter is in full swing - it’s cold, rainy, sometimes icy, and always grey outside. Around this time of year, the first question clients ...

      Read More
    • 5 Signs of a Rodent Infestation Homeowners Need To Know

      Rats and mice are small and quick, so often you never actually see a rat or mouse until an infestation is really bad. Learning the warning signs that tell you rodents have infested your home or ...

      Read More
    • Modern Pest Control: We've Come Far!

      Amazingly, the fact that insects carry and transmit diseases was discovered only about 120 years ago. It wasn’t until 1897 that bites from mosquitoes responsible for transmitting malaria. In 1898 it ...

      Read More