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Connor's Named 2014 Best Pick by EBSCO Research

We are proud to announce that EBSCO Research has named Connor’s Pest Protection as a 2014 Best Pick for consumers.

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Yellow Jacket Nest Removal

Yellow jackets are a very territorial species, with a painful sting that they can inflict multiple times.  They are socially active and aggressive food gatherers that become extremely irritated if

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Getting Rid of Wasps

While wasps serve a productive purpose as biological pest control for flies, worms and other pests, they can wreak havoc around homes and businesses.

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How to Get Rid of Spiders

Spiders are found in 2 out of every 3 American homes, making them among the most prevalent of household pests.  Unfortunately, arachnophobia (fear of spiders) is the most common creature-based phob

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How to Prevent Termite Damage

Every spring, unsuspecting homeowners discover that termites are destroying their homes. Nationwide, termite damage adds up to billions of dollars each year.

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Love and Ladybugs Are in the Air

Ladybugs are darling in small quantities. But during a ladybug swarm, you may find hundreds of them in your home.

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How to Get Rid of Mice

Getting rid of mice that have infested your house is not as easy as the internet might sometimes have you believe.  Many do-it-yourself (DIY) treatments and “quick and easy” methods treat the sympt

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A Squirrel in the Attic

The first sign of a squirrel problem is the sound of scampering overhead, especially early in the morning or at sundown.  When you go up into the attic to check it out, you are tr

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How to Get Rid of Bed Bugs

If you have got bed bugs, you are probably asking wondering how to get rid of them.  There are several bed bug treatment options – some we recommend and some that we do not.

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What You (Might Not) Want To Know about Mice and Rats [Infographic]

Mice and rats are survival experts, easily breaking in through the tiniest holes to nest, find food and reproduce. See what makes these problem rodents so successful.

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