These destructive pests which love destroying woody materials and are very common in Sugar Hill and Middle Georgia, though they can be really be found in other places throughout the state. They mainly live in large colonies and when they sneak into your home, their infestation can be robust enough to cause destruction in a very short period of time. They are not easy to combat because of their sheer numbers and fast breeding, making it difficult to eradicate them. Therefore, the best method of getting rid of termites for good is to liaise with pest control specialist so that they can offer the best pest control applications which last longer than most do-it-yourself termite customized customized solutions. This helps to get rid of any larvae and new termites which breed later.
Ants are also very common in Georgia. Like in Florida, Red Fire ants are also common in this state. They love building their moulds in people’s back yards and during extreme weather; they may sneak in to your home. They have very painful stings and should be avoided at all costs. Other types of ants common in this state include Carpenter ants and Argentine ants.
There are various varieties of tick in Georgia but the common three are American Dog tick, the Blacklegged tick/deer tick and the Lone star tick. Apart from the Lone star tick, the other two blood-sucking pests will often come into contact with humans for a blood meal. Tick usually spread diseases such as Lyme disease and thus need to be eradicated from home.
The German Roach is the most notorious variety of cockroach and is found in every part of Georgia. These lousy pests will sneak into people’s homes in search for food. They feed on almost anything and can be a nuisance to your home. Their secretions have a very unpleasant odor and can also spread diseases.
Mosquitoes have also made Georgia a perfect location for their home and for breeding. These pests are irritating, blood-sucking vermin known to spread various diseases. The Yellow Fever mosquito is the most common of all, but other species are also found here.
There are several rodents which are found throughout the state. Rats are very common in Georgia. The two types of rats found include the Norway rat and the Roof rat. Norway rats are usually found in urban settings, while roof rats are common in the rural part of the state. Mice and moles are also common rodents which can be found in various parts of rural Georgia. Rodents usually sneak in to people’s home in such for food. They can spread diseases and cause damage to food inside your home. Pests should be eradicated from people’s homes and the best way to do that is to invite pest control specialists who have various tailored customized customized solutions to fight various pests.