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The Brown Widow Spider Has Become One Of The Most Commonly Controlled Indoor Spider Species In Georgia

May 15th, 2020

The United States is home to a total of five “widow spider” species, the most well known of which are “black widows.” Spider species that belong to the Latrodectus genus are commonly referred to as widow spiders. Three black widow spider species can be found in the US, including the southern black widow (Latrodectus mactans),…

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Tiny Thief Ants Easily Find Their Way Into Homes Where They Frequently Invade Food Packages, Sometimes Resulting In Contamination

May 11th, 2020

Ants may be the most commonly managed insect pests within homes, and Georgia is home to some pretty fierce species. The red-imported fire ant and the newly introduced Asian needle ant are two examples of highly venomous and potentially dangerous ant pest species that call Georgia home. The thief ant (Solenopsis molesta) is closely related…

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As Many As One In Five Homes In Georgia Will Be Attacked By Termites

May 8th, 2020

Georgia is home to several termite pest species including the highly destructive Formosan subterranean termite. Luckily, the invasive Formosan subterranean termite species is not nearly as abundant within Georgia as it is within nearby Gulf Coast states, particularly within Louisiana and Florida; instead, it is the native eastern subterranean termite that causes the greatest amount…

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Which Carpenter Ant Species Infests Structural Wood Most Often In Georgia Homes, And How Can Nests That Are Located Within Wall Voids Be Destroyed?

May 1st, 2020

Along with cockroaches, flies and termites, ants are the most common insect pests of homes, and they are the most ubiquitous insects in urban and suburban areas. Some of the most commonly controlled ant pest species in residential areas throughout Georgia include pavement ants, odorous house ants, Pharaoh ants, ghost ants, and red-imported fire ants.…

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25% Of Atlanta Homes Are Infested With Cockroaches, And Termites Are Becoming Particularly Problematic Pests In Savannah

April 26th, 2020

Insect pests like cockroaches and flies are abundant in big cities where they can easily locate discarded foods and shelter where rotting organic matter provides them with ideal living conditions. For example, the sizable American cockroach thrives in urban sewer systems, and house flies, blow flies gravitate toward landfills and dumpsters behind restaurants where they…

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Reopening for Business | Bug Busters USA is Offering Disinfectant services with Nisus DSV 

April 24th, 2020

Reopening for Business Bug Busters USA is Offering Disinfectant services with Nisus DSV  Please call the office to for more information and to schedule a disinfecting solution. With the Governor’s announcement comes difficult times ensuring that your business or home is protected from germs. Your main goal is keeping your loved ones safe and your…

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Coronavirus: Message to Our Clients

April 24th, 2020

During this uncertain time, our customers’ health and well being is our highest priority. As we continue monitoring developments related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), rest assured, we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure our clients and employees are safe. We are taking the following precautions regarding our services: Suspending all interior services/treatments unless…

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Experts Recently Discovered That Bed Bugs Have Strong Color Preferences, And This Finding May Lead To More Effective Bed Bug Control Methods

April 15th, 2020

Bed bugs are a bane to our human existence, with the little pests making their way through people’s homes all across the country. Georgia has a particularly bad bed bug problem, with Atlanta being ranked the 10th most bed bug-plagued city in the United States. The state could use some help when it comes to…

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The Invasive Dark Rover Ant Is Becoming A More Common House Pest In Georgia

April 9th, 2020

Several non-native ant species have established an invasive habitat in Georgia where they currently cause frustration to homeowners throughout the state. Some of these invasive ant species include red-imported fire ants, Asian needle ants, Tawny crazy ants, and Argentine ants. Another invasive ant species, Brachymyrmex patagonicus, has been a growing problem for both homeowners and…

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