Bed BugsRelatively small bugs about 3/16-inch long 1/8-inch wide, broadly oval, flat, brown to reddish-brown. a tell tale sign of bed bug activity would be "blood spots".
Carpenter AntsCarpenter Ants enter buildings to nest or forage. They don't eat wood ( Like Termites ) but excavate their nest in wood, creating smooth tunnels and galleries.
Pharaoh AntsIn temperate regions, Pharaoh Ants nest indoors. In houses they are frequently found in kitchens and bathrooms near a source of water. They are yellowish or light brown to reddish.
Yellow JacketsNests of these species can often be found in trees, in the ground, attached to houses and in structures.
Bald Face HornetA large black hornet with white markings. Nest are usually in trees, shrubs, or attached to structures.
Honey BeesThis is a social insect living in large colonies ranging from 20,000 - 80,000 bees.The Honey Bee is the most important beneficial insect in agriculture due to its role as a pollinator. Swarms can sometimes be seen in the spring attached to a tree or structure. This bee we do not like to eliminate and a bee keeper is always our first choice.