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Here’s everything you need to know about bed bugs and wish you didn’t.

Here’s everything you need to know about bed bugs and wish you didn’t.

Photo: Entomology Today Until fairly recently, most people (and even pest control professionals) had never seen a bed bug. Bed bug infestations actually used to be very common in the United States before World War II. But with improvements in hygiene, and especially...

Keeping your St. Augustine lawn healthy this summer

Patrick Exterminating Lawn and Termite Supervisor Steve Cooper discusses some of the many diseases that can affect St. Augustine lawns, such as large patch, brown patch, leaf lesions and take-all root rot which is especially prevalent during the wet summer months....
Everything you wish you didn’t need to know about termites in Florida

Everything you wish you didn’t need to know about termites in Florida

Termite Life Cycle Late spring and early summer is swarming season for termites in Florida. It’s a time when homeowners are most likely to discover signs of infestation, which typically means finding discarded wings or intact specimens of these invasive insects. Read...
Proper maintenance and care for St. Augustine lawns

Proper maintenance and care for St. Augustine lawns

At Patrick Exterminating, we pride ourselves in our knowledge of St. Augustine grass. While beautiful to behold, it takes a lot of work and commitment to keep a St. Augustine lawn green and healthy all year long. Each lawn may have a different fertilizer requirement...

Oh Rats! Pt. 2

In the second of our two-part video series addressing the growing rat population in our area, Pest Control Consultant Deb Geiger discusses points of entry commonly used by rats to enter a home. We stress the importance of inspecting the exterior of your home...

Oh Rats! Pt. 1

In the first of a two-part video series, Pest Control Consultant Deb Geiger discusses the growing rat problem in our area and methods Patrick Exterminating utilizes to rid your home of these intruders and prevent them from coming back. No one wants the ‘R’ word to...

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