Our Pest Control Blog
We’re in the business of getting rid of bugs but at the same time, we’ll be the first to admit that they’re pretty interesting. Learn why here!
That's a question many of us have when we see these winged insects around our property. While most termites live hidden away in wood, mud tubes, or soil, swarmers emerge from their nests to mate and form new colonies.
No one wants to find rats or mice in their home. Learn how to rodent-proof your home to prevent a future rodent infestation.
NC is home to a variety of spiders. Learn which are harmless and what poisonous spiders might be hiding in your home.
In our area, there are two types of wasps to watch out for. If either of these two wasps come into your yard, it is important that they don't find ideal conditions to create nests.
Bed bugs can be difficult to detect. When these insects get into your Wilmington home, you're not likely to see them crawling around. Their behavior patterns and habitat preferences keep them out of sight.
You’ve probably heard of carpenter ants, but have you ever heard of carpenter bees? Their name might make you think of a helpful little insect with a hardhat and hammer, but it’s a bit of a misnomer.
Whether you suffer from Arachnophobia (the fear of spiders) or just don't like sharing your home with these eight-legged pests, here are some things you should know if you are trying to get rid of spiders in your NC home.
Are you worried about german cockroaches causing problems in your home? Eliminate them today with the help of Bug-N-A-Rug Exterminator professionals.
No matter what kind of life we live or what kind of work we do, it seems we always have more than enough to worry about. Kids to feed, bills to pay, and how you’re going to jump through your boss’s hoops are just the tip of the iceberg.
Like most people, you’re probably disgusted by roaches. Maybe you’re not so disgusted that you write absurd fiction about turning into a roach, but you don’t have to be Franz Kafka to find cockroaches nasty, disturbing little critters. Once they get into your home, they’re downright horrifying.