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Commercial Pest Control: What You Need to Know

April 4, 2015

Mice in a cheese shop? Bed bugs in a mattress store? Termites in a carpentry workshop? We’re ready for anything.

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Fruit Fly, Don’t Bother Me!

April 4, 2015

You’d think that, with a life cycle of approximately 25 days, fruit flies would spend a little less time pestering us.

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Going Au Naturale: Understanding Green Integrated Pest Management

March 3, 2015

Last week, we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by wearing green shirts, eating green food, and drinking green beer.

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Talkin’ Termites: Brush Up On Your Termite 101 for Termite Awareness Week

February 2, 2015

March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, but during the middle of the month, it’s all about termites.

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Eco-Friendly Pest Control: Integrated Pest Management

February 2, 2015

At Connor’s Pest Control, we understand the challenges that pests can present – but we also have a deep respect for the environment and other habitats that might be impacted by pest treatments.

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Small & Sneaky: Are Bugs Hiding In Your Houseplants?

January 1, 2015

Who doesn’t love houseplants? They’re easy to care for, add natural beauty to your home, and provide you with a living thing to talk to that doesn’t talk back!

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Dangerous Pests: Is Your Pet at Risk?

January 1, 2015

When it comes to preventing pests in your home, it’s important not to overlook one very common source: your pets.

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How to Target Pests Without Harming the Air You Breathe

January 1, 2015

At Connor’s Pest Control, our elimination solutions are rooted in eco-friendly techniques and products. But what is eco-friendly pest control? And why is it important?

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Winter Pests: A Cast of (Unwanted) Characters

December 12, 2014

As we noted in our last post, when the temperatures drop, pests of all kinds look for warm, c

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The Great Indoor Migration: How to Protect Your Home from Winter Pests

December 12, 2014

Have you ever stopped to think about what (or who) might be living inside your walls this winter?

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