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Pest Library

There are a lot of different types of pests. In order to help you identify a type of pest, we've compiled a pest library.  Check out some of the common pests and their unique characteristics. 

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You can click on a specific Pest to learn how to identify a pest and also learn more about their unique characteristics.

millipede pest control

Arthropods

Centipedes can be found in a wide variety of environments. Some Millipedes have piercing mouth parts that allow them to feed on plant juices.

carpenter ant pest control

Ants

Ants feed on a variety of foods, including other insects and sweets.

Carpet beetle pest control

Beetles

Beetles feed on a diverse range of dried foods and spices, as well as hair, leather, books, and museum specimens. They can bore into furniture, and in some cases tin foil or sheets of lead.

oriental cockroach pest control

Cockroaches

When they invade a kitchen, it is not uncommon to see two or three queens foraging along with the workers.

Earwig pest control

Earwigs

Typical earwigs have characteristic cerci, a pair of forceps-like pincers on their abdomen, and membranous wings folded underneath short forewings, hence the literal translation of the scientific name for order “skin wings”. 

Springtails Pest Control

Hexapods

Collembolans are omnivorous, free-living organisms that prefer moist conditions. They do not directly engage in the decomposition of organic matter, but, rather, can indirectly through the fragmentation of organic matter and the control of soil microbial communities.

Possum Pest Control

Marsupials

Opossums are small to medium-sized marsupials, with the largest just exceeding the size of a large house cat, and the smallest the size of a mouse.

Raccoon Pest Control

Mammals

The common raccoon, North American raccoon, northern raccoon and colloquially as coon, is a medium-sized mammal native to North America

asian tiger mosquito pest control

Mosquito

The mosquito has become a significant pest in many communities because it closely associates with humans, rather than living in wetlands, and typically flies and feeds in the daytime in addition to at dusk and dawn.

house mouse pest control

Rodents

Rodents are considered omnivores and eat a wide range of foods, including seeds, fruit, stems, leaves, fungi, and a variety of invertebrates and vertebrates.

Scorpion pest control

Scorpion

Scorpions are opportunistic predators of small arthropods, although the larger kinds have been known to kill small lizards and mice. 

Silverfish pest control

Silverfish

Silverfish consume matter that contains polysaccharides, such as starches and dextrin in adhesives. These include book bindings, carpet, clothing, coffee, dandruff, glue, hair, some paints, paper, photos, plaster, and sugar.

Funnel web spider pest control

Spiders

Some spiders can tolerate up to six months of extreme drought and scarcity or absence of food. 

easter subterranean termite pest control

Termites

A colony is surrounded by an extensive foraging system consisting of tunnels underneath the ground, with a mature colony containing millions of termites.

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Jeff & Kaisha

Dallas, GA

We have recommended this awesome company to family and friends. Why? Simply Tony and his staff are friendly, knowledgeable and fast. One of the newest technician is Mr. Aaron Marshall, he serviced out home today and he to met the high standards that was set years ago by Tony. Hole-In-One totally rocks.

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Kim M.

Hiram, GA

“I recently had Tony with Hole-In-One Pest Solutions to my home for pest control. I had recently fired my previous company and was a little uncertain about what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised with the amount of time he spent not only treating, but explaining what he did and why. Very good experience. I would recommend this company any day.”

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David G.

Kennesaw, GA

“Tony, I want to say thank you so much for your company and your commitment to excellence in the area of pest control. My wife and I have a peace and sleep well at night knowing that our home is protected both inside and out from insects. I highly recommend your company to my friends, family, and to all that needs protection from these pests that can overrun a home and cause so much damage. Thank you so much for your integrity and standing behind your product one hundred percent.”

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