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Termites Swarm in the Spring

Ed Robinson | Posted on April 18, 2019

Cartoon termite, with fork & spoon, outside a home.It’s one of those things that keep any property owner up at night. You may do everything in your power to keep your home or business well maintained, but a bad termite infestation

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April Showers Bring May Ants

Ed Robinson | Posted on April 11, 2019

Cartoon ants climb ant hillsAre you glad winter’s over? Have you seen any ants inside your home or business lately? If so, are you still glad winter’s over? Now that it’s April, Arrow Exterminating wants you to know that the beginning…

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Pets and Pesticides

Ed Robinson | Posted on April 4, 2019

Parrot, lizard, cat, dog, rabbit, and ferret.We’re often asked questions related to the use of pesticides and how they might affect any household pets. That’s not surprising because Arrow Exterminating is a family-run company and we take good care of all…

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How to Prepare for Pests as Spring Approaches

Ed Robinson | Posted on March 28, 2019

Pastel beetle and leaf designs.Spring has finally arrived, and there’s a lot to look forward to. Warm weather means outdoor events, cookouts, and other spring and summer plans. But it is also the start of insect season. You will see an…

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How Insects Adapt to Their Environment

Ed Robinson | Posted on March 21, 2019

Closeup on an antAt Arrow Exterminating we know that fighting insect infestations isn’t easy. Diagnosing a problem requires expertise, as does remediation and prevention planning. But there is one key factor that can make fighting insect infestation…

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When Should I Call the Exterminator?

Ed Robinson | Posted on March 14, 2019

Exterminator in blue overalls with a portable spray canister.Some people want to pick up the phone immediately; some people want to wait. Many calls report a significant problem, with others there’s no problem at all. The decision of whether or not…

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Are Starlings and Sparrows Dangerous For Your Business?

Ed Robinson | Posted on March 7, 2019

Sparrows perched

We love birds, particularly in the springtime. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing birds singing as trees begin to bloom and the world becomes greener. Everything will seem perfect. But birds will seem a lot less welcome if…

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Are Voles and Field Mice the Same Thing?

Ed Robinson | Posted on February 28, 2019

Vole or Field Mouse?Is that creature running around your garden or lawn what you think it is? When we see rodents, very often we have a sudden negative reaction. The…

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Do Roaches Survive in the Winter?

Ed Robinson | Posted on February 21, 2019

Dead cartoon cockroach

We’ve reached the point of the year where we’re anxious for winter to finally end. In just a few more weeks, the weather will finally begin to warm up and we can plan picnics, ballgames, and outdoor activities. But…

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Pests You Won’t Love for Valentine’s Day

Ed Robinson | Posted on February 14, 2019

Squirrel and raccoon

Have you been bitten by the love bug? That’s pretty common around Valentine’s Day, and not to be confused with the lovebug, a black-bodied insect, with a reddish-orange thorax that’s known to copulate in midair. Those…

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