Argentine Ant
The argentine ant is one of the most common species in the country. It is brown in color and is primarily a sweet eater. It is one of the most difficult ants to control because it has a tendency to set up multiple satellite colonies to ensure domination over a greater area

Crazy Frog Fire Ant Treatment

Fire Ant
Fire Ants can inflict painful stings and will sting repeatedly. They can eat small wildlife or domestic animals. They can also eat through rubber wire insulation. When these guys bite, it hurts! They are 1/8-inch long and a dark-reddish color. Fire ants typically build mounds of earth in the yard.

Crazy Frog Pavement Ant Treatment

Pavement Ant
These ants will sometimes live in the harborage of larger ants, feeding on their hosts’ young. They are approximately 1/10-inch long and brown. They nest in sidewalk cracks, along curbs, under rocks, under floors, or in walls.

Crazy Frog Crazy Ant Treatment

Crazy Ant
Crazy ants get their common name from the workers’ habit of running in an erratic, jerky manner when searching for food. They are found throughout the U.S., but are confined to the indoors in the northern states because they cannot survive the winter outdoors

Crazy Frog Odorous House Ant Treatment

Odorous Ant
These ants stink when you step on them. Odorous ants are brownish-red and about 1/10-inch long. They build colonies under rocks and inside walls. Each female can lay one egg per day and they can live several years.

Crazy Frog Little Black Ant Treatment

Little Black Ant
The little black ant gets its common name from its very small size and black coloration. Colonies are moderate to very large and contain many queens.

Crazy Frog American Cockroach Treatment

American Cockroach
Usually between one to ½ inches long with reddish-brown wings, American cockroaches like to fly outside. They are scavengers with a special taste for warm damp places, water and alcoholic beverages. They like to eat decaying organic matter.

Crazy Frog German Cockroach Treatment

German Cockroach
About the same size as brown-banded roaches, German cockroaches have two brown stripes running the length of their wings. Because they love fermented foods, they are regularly found in unsanitary kitchen or bathroom conditions.

Crazy Frog Brown banded Cockroach Treatment

Oriental Cockroach
Dark brown and about one-inch long, oriental cockroaches seek out warm damp areas indoors. They flourish in basements and storage areas where they can stay close to the ground. They eat decaying organic matter and prefer starches.

Crazy Frog Smokey Brown Cockroach Treatment

Smokey-brown Cockroach
Generally over one inch long at maturity, Smokey-brown cockroaches live outside feeding primarily on plant matter. In flight at night, they fly toward sources of light.

Crazy Frog Black Widow Spider Treatment

Black Widow Spider
Female black widows are about ½-inch long, and black with a red hourglass marking on their underside. Their bites are toxic and humans can have a severe allergic reaction. If bitten, seek medical attention immediately.

Crazy Frog Brown Recluse Spider Treatment

Brown Recluse Spider
Brown Recluse bites are hazardous to humans. The venomous brown recluse, with a dark brown fiddle-shaped marking is about ½-inch long. They feed upon soft-bodied insects and hunt their prey at night. At sun-up they drag their food to spin irregular off-white webs in dark secluded areas. If bitten, seek medical attention immediately.

Crazy Frog Garden Spider Treatment

Garden Spider
These spiders spin expansive, elaborate orb webs. They can get big, with bodies 1½-inches long, covered with colorful markings, and even longer legs. As their name suggests, garden spiders often live in gardens, trapping flies in their intricate webs. They also frequently engineer webs attached to fences or exterior walls.

Crazy Frog Hobo Spider Treatment

Hobo Spider
Hobo spiders construct a funnel-shaped structure of silk sheeting. Their coloration is plain, being a mixture of brown and rusty earth shades. Look-a-likes have stripes on the legs and are often much larger, whereas the hobo spider has solid light-brown-colored legs. Related species are quite similar in appearance and technical training is required to identify them reliably.

Crazy Frog House Spider Treatment

House Spider
The house spider is about 3/8-inch long with a brownish body. They have a round abdomen with darker markings and spin silky webs around prey. They select web locations at random and if the location does not ensnare prey, they will abandon it and find a new place for construction.

Crazy Frog Wolf Spider Treatment

Wolf Spider
Large, brown, and hairy ranging from ½ inch to two inches in length. Although a nuisance pest, wolf spiders look much scarier than they actually are. Wolf spiders are not typically associated with webs. Inside homes they often hang out near windows, doors, house plants, and storage areas.

Crazy Frog Deer Mouse Treatment

Deer Mouse
This mouse makes its home outdoors in sheltered areas such as hollow tree logs or piles of debris. On rare occasions the deer mouse comes indoors, and prefers undisturbed areas such as attics. The deer mouse transmits the potentially fatal Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome. The disease can be transmitted through contact with mouse carcasses, or by breathing in aerosolized urine droplets of infected deer mice.

Crazy Frog House MouseTreatment

House Mouse
Mice are generally much smaller than rats. Proportionally they have smaller ears and smaller hind legs. Mice can squeeze through holes slightly larger than a pencil eraser. They commonly slip in through open doors, attics and foundation vents. Once a female has found perfect conditions, she can have up to 60 offspring per year.

Crazy Frog Norway Rat Treatment

Norway Rat
Norway rats live in close association with people. They burrow to make nests under buildings and other structures, beneath concrete slabs, in garbage dumps, and at other locations where suitable food, water, and shelter are present. Although they can climb, Norway rats tend to inhabit the lower floors of multi-story buildings.

Crazy Frog Roof Rat Treatment

Roof Rat
The roof rat is also known as the black rat, even though it is usually a dark brown. Roof rats are associated with having spread the plague or “black death” during the Middle Ages. Your typical roof rat is between 13 to 18 inches long, including its tail. In fact, it is distinguished from other rats by its tail, which is longer than the rest of its body. Roof rats are extremely agile and can squeeze through a hole the size of a quarter.

Crazy Frog Flea Treatment

Fleas can jump six to eight inches vertically and up to fifteen inches horizontally. This is how fleas can infest furniture and bedding, regardless of whether you let your pets onto them.

Crazy Frog Tick Treatment

Ticks generally live on animals, carrying disease. They feed on blood, and their colors and sizes vary with different species. Ticks feed on blood and transmit dangerous diseases including Lyme disease, Colorado tick fever, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, babesiosis, relapsing fever and tularemia. In the United States, ticks cause more illnesses each year than mosquito-borne diseases.

Crazy Frog Centipede Treatment

There are many different species varying in size and color. Each body segment has a pair of legs, anywhere from ten to one hundred segments. Centipedes seek out damp environments. They are just as content outside, under a rock or leaves, as they are in a damp basement. Centipedes feed on insects and spiders.

Crazy Frog Scorpion Treatment

Scorpions are two inches long on average. They eat spiders, insects, and other scorpions. Nocturnal, they hide in shoes, blankets, drawers, and under rocks during the day. All scorpions glow under black light, making black light an effective way to inspect for scorpions at night or in dark areas. Scorpions have live births and carry their offspring on the adult scorpion’s back.

Crazy Frog Carpenter Bee Treatment

Carpenter Bee
Carpenter bees look like typical bumblebees but often lack yellow stripes. This type of stinging bee gets its common name from its habit of boring into wood like a carpenter.

Crazy Frog Hornet Jacket Treatment

This hornet (also called Giant hornet) gets its common name from its introduction from Europe into the New York area in the 1800’s. European hornets are much larger than yellow jackets and unlike most stinging insects, can be active at night.

Crazy Frog Mud Dauber Treatment

Mud Dauber
These tiny insects don’t sting but they can be a nuisance nonetheless. Mud daubers construct nests comprised of mud tubes high on walls and under overhangs to protect their larvae and food storage. These tubes are constructed with the mud daubers saliva, often leaving permanent stains where it has attached the mud to the home.

Crazy Frog Paper Wasp Treatment

Paper Wasp
Paper wasps get their common name from the paper-like material out of which they make their nests. Paper wasps are sometimes called umbrella wasps, after the shape of their distinctive nests.

Crazy Frog Wasp Dauber Treatment

Frequently these pests build hanging honeycomb-shaped nests from eaves, overhangs, and tree branches. Colors and sizes differ among species. Some species are territorial, and they will aggressively defend their nest if disturbed.

Crazy Frog Yellow Jacket Treatment

Yellow Jacket
Approximately ½ to one inch long with black and yellow stripes. Yellow jackets prefer to locate their nests in a small hole in the ground. This wasp also commonly locates its nest inside the walls of a building, entering through cracks or holes in exterior walls.

Crazy Frog Aphid Treatment

Aphids are small insects that live on plants and flowers, using them for food and harborage. They have long slender mouths used for sucking the juices out of plants. Signs of damage include curled, distorted leaves. Aphids also secrete a sticky substance called honeydew, which often turns black with the growth of a sooty mold fungus. These pests are especially attracted to rose gardens, hibiscus, gardenias, etc.

Crazy Frog Cricket Treatment

Yellowish-brown and about one inch long, house crickets are heard more often than they are seen. They create a distinctive chirping sound, especially in the dark. They are happy to be outside but will stray toward warm interiors. They can chew just about anything from carpets to clothing, and can bite if captured.

Crazy Frog Earwig Treatment

Earwigs are unsightly and can be serious garden pests. They have amber bodies with yellow legs, and sometimes head indoors after rains. Often called “pincher bugs,” they primarily eat decaying matter but do not pinch.

Crazy Frog Millipede Treatment

Their bodies are dark and tubular, but vary in color and size from a half inch to twelve inches in more exotic locales. Millipedes have two legs per segment. They live in moist soils, usually covered by plants, rocks, or leaves, and eat decaying organic matter.

Crazy Frog Pillbug Treatment

Sometimes called “roly-polies” or “potato-bugs,” these are dark segmented critters about ¾-inch long. They feed on decaying plant matter and live in damp areas. They prefer to be underneath the cover of leaves or rocks, but can also be found under boxes in damp, ground-level basements or storage rooms.

Crazy Frog Silverfish Treatment

These pests like to eat paper, glue, starch, and textiles. Silverfish will feed on wall paper, and are often found in books or cardboard packaging. They are nocturnal and flee from light. They are silvery-white, cone-shaped, and ¾ to ½-inch long.

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With the heat of the summer comes a large scale of activity from earwigs, wasps, ants, and spiders. During the summer months we focus on eliminating these pests and creating thorough barriers.


Fall is arguably one of the most important times to protect the home from pests. With the dropping temperatures, pests look for a warm safe haven for the winter months. In the fall we focus on strengthening the barrier around the home as well as treating the inside for invaders looking for a warm place to stay.


The winter is a crucial time to service the customer’s home. It is during the winter that most pests are trying to get into the home to escape the cold and harsh weather conditions outside. With our winter treatment we target these pests to ensure that they will not invade the comforts of your home. We use a specialized powered duster on the outside of the home to strengthen the barrier that we created during the warmer months.


Spring is a wonderful time that brings new growth and life. Sadly that is true for insects and rodents. Due to the melting snow, and warmer conditions spring is a very active time for pests around the home. Spiders in particular have large hatchings in the spring and must be treated properly. Spring is an essential time in which we are able to create barriers around and in the home so that when summer comes they are pest free.