Pest Library

Bed Bug

Bed bugs are commonly found in cracks or located in places where they cannot be disturbed.

house ant on wood

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter ants are drawn to sweets, moisture, or nesting sites. These are commonly found in kitchens and bathrooms.

ghost ant

White-Footed Ants

White-Footed ants like to nest in moist environments, typically in bark or rocks.

Argentine Ants

Argentine ants are drawn to sweet sugar baits with low concentrations.


Spiders can be found in warm, dark, moistured spaces and are attracted to their prey.

Big-Headed Ants

Big-Headed ants nest in exposed soil, under objects, in rotting wood and debris.

Caribbean Crazy Ants

Caribbean Crazy ants live in both moist and dry habitats nesting in rotten wood, trash, and under rocks or buildings.


Cockroaches prefer moist and dark places to breed and hide. These are commonly found in refrigerators, sinks, stoves, etc.

German Roaches

German Cockroaches enjoy warm, humid environments that are close to moisture and food sources.


Beetles are commonly found on the ground or under material that is located on the ground.


Rodents are found in almost every environment you can think of! This includes hot deserts, cooler boreal forests, dry environments, etc.


Wasps live in places such as meadows, orchards, woodlands, playgrounds, suburban settings, etc.


Bees are commonly found in gardens, orchards, woodlands, or any area that flowering plants are located.


Fleas are often found in areas that are shady, moist, and humid environments.


Ticks prefer to live in shady and moist areas that are typically close to the ground.


Moths are often found in dark areas such as closets, attics, or corners.


Silverfish are often found at residential homes in living rooms, bathrooms, garages, bedrooms, etc.


Mosquitoes enjoy being around people and/or in marshes, forests, or tall grasses.

Subterranean Termites

Subterranean Termites are often found underground and underneath homes.

Dampwood Termites

Dampwood termites are commonly found in damaged trees.

Drywood Termites

Dry-wood Termites typically live in dry wood above the ground level, where they tunnel through wood and grain.