1

Ants

Tree branches that touch the house become a "bug bridge" to your home. Ants will nest in clogged gutters. Carpenter Ants can enter via the roof eaves, as well as into decks and wooden porches.

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2

Tree-Based Rodents

Gaps along roof vents, dormers & adjoining roof-lines become entrance points into your cozy attic.

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3

Yard Pests

Poorly directed downspouts, shallow slopes, and thatchy lawns make basements moist for mosquitoes, spiders, centipedes, and other buts to thrive.

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4

Mice

Tiny holes in your home\'s exterior such as gaps around utility lines and along foundations offer rodents a thorough-fare into your home.

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5

Termites

Commonly enter through wood-to-ground contact, such as porch steps, decks, and door frames. Keep an eye out for holes in the foundation too!

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6

Ticks

Removing leaf litter, reducing overgrown shrubbery, cutting the grass frequently, are a few practices you can do to protect your home from ticks.

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7

Stink Bugs

Stink Bugs often seek protected and warm places to overwinter, and will commonly enter the home behind shutters and siding, as well as through unsealed windows.

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PEST ENTRY POINT

Hover on a number to find out how different pests are getting into your home.