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Millipedes On The March

Millipedes frequently invade homes due to the presence of standing water or drought conditions in their environment.  Since we seem to have had a vast supply of both conditions recently, standing water and drought, it’s no wonder many homeowners are finding these “Thousand Legger” pests inside. Being nocturnal, millipedes may be found crawling along the […]

Repeat Small Business Of The Year Nominee

We are very proud to announce that, for the second consecutive year, Mr. Bugg’s Pest Patrol, Inc. was nominated for the Greater Shelby Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Award. This nomination was received in recognition of various aspects of our business model including longevity, growth, overcoming obstacles and contributions to our community. […]

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

At Mr. Bugg’s Pest Patrol our customers have honored us for many years by inviting us into their homes in service of their pest control needs. We would like to return the favor by inviting our clients, present, past and future to join us as we celebrate our new location. Please consider visiting with us […]

What You DON’T Want To Hear On Vacation … Sleep Tight, Don’t Let The Bedbugs Bite!

As thoughts turn to planning this years’ vacations, it seemed an appropriate time to remind travelers of the resurgence of bed bugs.  Bed bugs have been reported in all 50 states, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia and Africa.  Where ever your vacation destination may be, because of bed bug distribution and resurgence, keep in mind … […]

Vectors Of The Zika Virus Could Be In Your Back Yard!!

According to a recent article in USA Today, the CDC has increasing concerns as more is discovered about the Zika Virus.  Additional birth defects have been attributed to the Zika virus with risk of potential exposure lasting for a longer period than previously thought. Aedes mosquitoes, responsible for transmission of the virus, breed in standing […]

Aunts Or Ants …. Which One Are You Inviting?

Sometimes it’s enjoyable to have ants come to the house for dinner …. that is if it’s “Aunts” and not “ants”. Often homeowners issue far more invitations, be it unintentionally, to “ants” rather than “Aunts”. So the questions is ….. how do you put out the “GO AWAY” doormat for ants instead of the “Welcome” […]

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

The “good” would be spring showers, so necessary for food production, lush lawn and colorful flower beds. The “bad” would be swarming ants, a real nuisance around the patio, ball park, etc.  The “ugly” would be swarming termites, an indication that a termite colony has reached a population sufficient to start new colonies.  During this […]