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Reducing Mold in the Home

Filed under: Mold Control — admin @ 8:22 pm July 31, 2015

Mold ControlMold is a significant health threat. It can be found in damp, poorly ventilated areas of the home including the basement and the bathroom. Here is some basic information about mold and how to reduce it:

What is mold?

Mold is a fungus that grows in warm, humid areas both indoors and outdoors. Mold reproduces through spores that hang in the air. These spores can survive dry conditions, but in order to grow, they need dampness. It’s important to keep dark areas of the home dry in order to prevent these spores from forming mold.

What are the health hazards of mold?

Mold can cause certain health conditions including allergies, and upper and lower respiratory infections. Here are the most common health risks from mold:


Some people are sensitive to mold spores. Exposure to large amount of mold and spores trigger allergic reactions. Common symptoms of mold allergy are:

• Sneezing
• Wheezing
• Rash
• Red, watery, and itchy eyes
• Runny nose
• Coughing

Fungal Infection

Mold can also cause fungal infections, even in otherwise healthy adults. Common symptoms of mold infection are:

• Cough
• Fever
• Chest pain
• Difficulty breathing
• Coughing up blood

How do you reduce mold?

Due to the health risks that mold carries, it is extremely important to take steps to reduce mold growth. Mold tends to grow in areas of your home like the basement and bathroom. Here are tips to reduce mold growth:

• Run exhaust fans every time you shower or cook.
• Clean your bathrooms and basement frequently with a bleach based cleaner.
• Use a dehumidifier in your basement and bathrooms, especially during the summer months.
• Clean water or liquid spills quickly.
• Wipe condensation from walls and windows.
• Use an air conditioner or open windows to keep air flowing.
• If your basement has carpet, replace it with hard flooring.
• Empty all drip pans in your home regularly. Don’t forget the dehumidifier, air conditioning, and refrigerator drip pans.
• Clean out your basement. Get rid of old paper, bedding, clothes, and upholstered furniture.
• Clean or replace air filters at least once a month. Make sure the filters you have are rated to trap mold.
• Vacuum at least once a week to prevent mold spores from embedding in carpet.
• Use a mold resistant shower curtain and liner.

These are the best ways to reduce mold growth in your home. Mold is serious and can cause health issues. It’s vital to keep mold under control. For fast and effective mold removal and remediation, call Preventive Pest Control.

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Keep Your Pets Safe This Summer from Pests

Filed under: Pest Control — admin @ 2:23 am July 28, 2015

With the warm summer weather upon us we are spending a lot more time outside – and so are our pets. While humans can often effectively dodge unwanted encounters with various insects, pets often need a little help from their humans to stay pest free.

Heartworm Medications offer Dual Protection

Mosquitoes can be a serious threat to our pets, especially dogs, but also cats. They cause heartworms, a condition that, if left untreated, can be fatal to dogs. Putting your pet on heartworm preventative will protect them from this terrible disease. As an added bonus, many heartworm medications have built in flea control. This lets you kill two birds with one stone as you keep your pet healthy.

Keep Food Tightly Sealed and Picked Up

Many insects are attracted to pet food including ants, roaches, and spiders. Store your pet’s food in an airtight container and only put out as much as he or she will eat at one time. Don’t leave pet food sitting out for long periods of time. The food will draw pests near or in your home as well as expose your pet to insects that can injure them like spiders.

Clean up your Yard

Clutter and overgrown foliage attract fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes. Flea infestations can kill a dog or cat, can cause them to become anemic and cause serious health problems. Ticks also pose a serious health risk to pets including Lyme disease (yes, both pets and humans can get this terrible disease). Remove any clutter, standing water, overgrown bushes or plants, and keep your yard mowed. This is one of the best ways to protect your pet and your home from pests. It is important to do this even if you are using heartworm preventative with flea and tick repellant.

Reduce Clutter in your Home

If your pets are inside you should keep your home clutter free and vacuum often. Make sure you pick up any food – for both humans and pets. Don’t leave water standing in the sink and check your pet’s water often (this is also a good practice for outside pets as well). By keeping the clutter in your home to a minimum you reduce the places where pests can hide.

Have your Yard Treated

Treating your yard for fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes can help keep those populations at a minimum. There are some products that you can use yourself, but a pest control professional can assess exactly what areas you need to treat and they can do it with no risk to your pets. Treating your yard for pests will keep your pet healthy and keep many pests out of your home as well.

Treat Pet Bedding

Make sure when you treat your yard that you don’t neglect the area where your pet sleeps. Use a pet safe product on all pet bedding and wash it regularly. If your dog is outside, use pest repellant bedding such as cedar shavings or specially treated outdoor bedding that is safe for pet use. Many materials used for outdoor bedding, like straw and hay, can attract spiders and ticks. Using old blankets that you wash or change out every week or so are a better option.

Know when to Call a Pro

Sometimes despite our best efforts a pest problem can spiral out of control. When you are facing an infestation it is best to call in a pest control professional for help. They will be able to advise you of your options as well as provide tips for reducing the infestation and preventing future problems. They also have pro grade products that are often more effective that the products that non-professionals have access to and they are trained in the safe application of those products.

Our pets depend on us to keep them healthy and safe. As a responsible, loving pet owner it is vital that you vaccinate your pet yearly, keep them on heartworm medication, and do your best to protect them from pests that can harm their health.

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Preventing Summer Pests in New Jersey

Filed under: Pest Control — admin @ 2:17 am July 24, 2015

There are 298 species of bugs and insects in New Jersey. There is no such thing as a good pest; however, some pests can cause damage to your home, yard, pets and family. An army of ants along the side of your driveway is harmless. A pretty ladybug that lands on the arm of your lounge chair is often a welcome sight, as they are said to bring good luck.

Annoying Pests

Now, the annoying and sometimes dangerous pests such a bees and wasps, fleas, and black flies need to go. Bee stings hurt can be life threatening if you’re allergic to them. Fleas make you itch and can carry nasty germs. Black flies hurt when they bite.

Dangerous Pests

Then we have the dangerous pests you never want to see and if you do, they usually send you running or looking for the closest object to kill them with. They would include ticks, especially deer ticks that can carry and infect their host (your pet, yourself, or a family member) with Lyme disease.

Then there are the blood-sucking mosquitoes. At one time, not long ago, mosquitoes were considered a simple nuance. If a mosquito landed on you, you slapped it, it died, you may have itched for a few hours but that was that. Of course, you may have had the fleeting thought “Hope that thing didn’t have West Nile Virus or Malaria.”

Common Tips to Get Rid of Pests

Regardless of the type of pest that is, ruining your summer there is a way to get rid of them. If you’re looking for a quick fix, you can try bee/wasp spray, a fly swatter, fly sticky paper, all natural pesticides (you don’t want the wind to pick up a toxic pesticide and dispose of it all over your lawn and flowers or anyone standing near by when you spray it.) Be sure to pick up your garbage if outside and use cups with lids so your sweet pest drawing beverages don’t spill. On the other hand, you could just put up with them until summer is over that’s probably not the best idea.

Call in the Professionals at Horizon Pest Control

The above options are all a quick temporary fixes to your pest problems. If you have a serious infestation of pests or the quick fixes just aren’t doing it, you need the help of a professional pest control company, call Horizon Pest Control.

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How To Prevent Mosquito Bites

Filed under: Mosquito Control — admin @ 2:05 am July 21, 2015

Mosquito bites—at some point in your life you will suffer from them whether you want to or not. These itchy spots can appear seemingly out of nowhere and the itching feeling is enough to drive anyone crazy. However, there are ways that you can prevent a majority of mosquito bites during the year and stop from having to deal with the inconvenience.

What Bit Me? How to Identify a Mosquito Bite

During the months that mosquitoes are most prelevant are the same times that other bug bites are also a worry. Many times you can worry yourself thinking that one bug bite is another; that is why identification is so important. Here are some tell-tale signs that your bug bite is from a mosquito.

  • You have a small raised white bump with light red around it
  • The spot is warm to the touch
  • That spot as well as surrounding sink is constantly itchy.
  • The skin a few centimeters around the area may have other types of irritation
  • You have a dark spot like a bruise that itches
  • Hives appear on a concentrated area of your body

Young children with an immune disorder may have these signs along with fever, a small headache, and swollen lymph nodes.

Tips For Preventing Mosquito Bites

Now that you know what a mosquito bite can actually look like, knowing how to prevent them is key to avoid possible viral disease such as Malaria or the West Nile Virus. Although most mosquito bites are harmless, some do carry these viruses and it is always better to be safe than sorry.

Insect Repellant

There are many brands of repellant on the market and wearing one can help seriously decrease the chance of you being bitten. Most repellents are made with a chemical known as DEET are known to be the longest lasting.

Chemical Free Repellant

Don’t want to douse yourself or your children in chemicals every day during the summer you can try natural repellents such as oil of lemon or eucalyptus. Some popular brands actually do use these safer alternatives as their main ingredients.

Time It Right

Part of avoiding mosquitoes is making sure you aren’t out during their favorite times. Avoid outings that take place at dusk and dawn as these are the times most mosquitoes are out.

Get Rid of your Kiddie Pool

This type of slightly warm, stand still water makes a great Mosquito breeding ground. Whether you have it for your children or pets, there are better ways to stay cool during the summer months.

Get Rid Of Your Perfume

Most bugs are attracted to sweet and flowery smelling scents, especially mosquitoes . If you must wear perfume while outdoors, opt for a slightly deeper scent.

Mosquitoes can be a pain and their bites are not only an inconvenience, but have the potential to make you extremely sick. Prevention is key to keeping yourself and your family safe this season.

Protect yourself and your loved ones from mosquitoes! For fast and effective mosquito control, trust Horizon Pest Control. Call us today to schedule your free appointment.

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Multifunctional Benefits of TAP Insulation

Filed under: TAP Insulation — admin @ 4:59 pm June 26, 2015

Homeowners can reduce energy consumption and keep houses free of unwanted insects with multifunctional TAP insulation. A small investment in home maintenance can pay off for a lifetime. Take advantage of the application of TAP insulation. 

What is TAP Insulation?

TAP InsulationTAP is an abbreviation for Thermal Acoustical Pest Control. TAP insulation is an environmentally-friendly product that is permanent and effective. Composed of recycled newsprint and the natural boron compound, H3BO3, it is the only pest control application that has earned an Energy Star seal of approval. The use of cellulose from recycled sources reduces landfill waste and is considered green in all product life-cycles from production to performance and disposal. Bill Turk is the developer, co-founder and CEO of TAP insulation. He describes the specific details of TAP insulation in an interview with Sally Painter. According to Turk, lifetime protection from designated pests is coupled with energy savings of 20 percent or more. 

Benefits of TAP Insulation Include:


  • More thorough insulation. The air-filled pockets reduce the transfer of heat and cold. The cells fill holes better than traditional insulation, resulting in lower energy bills for consumers.
  • Better coverage. It can be blown into spaces atop of existing insulation or used as the sole insulating treatment. It can reach spaces that fiberglass insulation cannot.
  • Reduced noise. The additional insulation decreases the transmission of sound and makes for a quieter, more soothing environment.
  • Permanent pest control. Treatment with Boron helps to create a useful tool for pest control. It protects against termites, cockroaches, ants, silverfish, and other “self-grooming” insects. Insects are coated with the boron and ingest it when they groom. They do not consume the insulation. Insects do not build up a tolerance to the compound and the insulation needs no further treatment when properly installed.
  • Green materials and processes. A green product from production to application and disposal.
  • Approval from the EPA. EPA approval means that more than 100 studies and tests have analyzed the product. EPA ensures the safety of the pesticide when applied according to directions.

TAP insulation can only be applied by approved pest management professionals. Since 1970, Horizon Pest Control offers their expertise and pest protection plans to homeowners. Contact a friendly representative at 888.612.2847 for the best course of treatment for eliminating and preventing unwanted pests.



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How to NOT Bring Pests Home with You While Traveling

Filed under: Pest Control — admin @ 4:47 pm June 23, 2015

Avoid Pests While Traveling
When you go on vacation or a trip you want to bring back good memories, great experiences, maybe even some awesome pictures and cool souvenirs. What you don’t want to bring back are bedbugs, roaches, ticks, or termites.
Since so many people go through hotel rooms, it is pretty easy for an infestation to develop. Thing is, you don’t want to carry any of that home with you. These tips will help you make sure that you leave the pests where they are and keep your home critter free.

At the Hotel

At the HotelWhen you bring your bags in don’t set them on the hotel beds or furniture. Only put your bags, belongings, personal items, or clothing on the table that is in the room. The reason being that dressers, chairs, and nightstands are complex structures with lots of cracks and crevices. Many of them have drawers and various components to them that make fine hiding places for bedbugs, termites, and other insects. On the other hand, the table is a flat surface. In order for anything to get on something that is on the table it would have to crawl up from under the table. While some pests, like roaches, can crawl upside down like that, you still greatly minimize your contact with anything by following that simple step.
Always carry a flashlight with you when you travel. As soon as you get in the hotel room, before you bring in your luggage, examine all of the drawers, under overhangs on furniture, in cubbies, and other hidden areas before putting your things on them. You are looking for bed bugs primarily, but you should also keep your eyes open for roach feces (tiny dots or pellets) or egg sacs.
Before you get in the bed, turn down the sheets and raise the mattress cover. Examine the seams of the mattress, especially around the top and headboard area as well as the headboard itself. You are looking for bedbugs or evidence of bedbugs. If you see tiny black or dark red dots on the mattress pad or sheets, or if you see bed bugs, leave and report it to the front desk.
There are travel mattress covers that are supposed to prevent bedbugs, but if you conduct a thorough examination and take the precautions here the cover may not be necessary. If it gives you more peace of mind, though, then by all means do it.
If you do find bedbugs and choose to stay in the same hotel, don’t get an adjacent room. You want a room that is several rooms away in any direction because if one room is infested it is likely that the adjacent rooms are infested as well. Bedbugs can travel through the walls so you don’t want the room or either side, above, or below the one that you have found to have bedbugs.

BedbugAt Home

If you think you may have brought home bedbugs do not remove any of your luggage from your car. Take it straight to a commercial laundry to clean it and dry on the highest heat setting. Leave your suitcases and bags in a storage area that is not in your home until you can have them treated or disposed of. A pest professional can treat your luggage and other items to get rid of the pests.

Other Considerations

Be careful what your purchase while you are away. Many wooden items, especially those that are carved, can be infested with insects like termites, bedbugs, or even roaches. Even if you don’t see any live insects, they may be egg sacs in the crevices, drawers, or legs. These egg sacs can hatch and the larvae can mature and emerge in your home.
Be careful when you bring plants and flowers in, especially from other places. Potted plants often have various pests living in them. While these insects might not be a problem in a greenhouse they will definitely be a problem in your house. For instance, Asian cockroaches are notorious for being found in poinsettias – they love them.
Another thing that many people visiting the southern states like to bring home is Spanish moss. They use it to decorate in their homes, but it can bring a serious problem with it. Spanish moss is a favored harborage for ticks. They hide in the moss, you pick the moss thinking it is pretty, you bring it into your home as part of your décor and the next thing you know you have ticks in your home. That can be serious since ticks can carry Lyme disease.
Fresh Christmas trees are another potential pest carrier for unsuspecting homeowners. They can have praying mantis egg sacs on them. Outside where it is cold, these eggs are dormant. When you bring it inside where it is warm, they think it is spring and begin to emerge – and they can be in the thousands.
Flea MarketYou should also thoroughly examine items from yard sales, thrift stores and items you bring home from other people’s houses – furniture and electronics especially. When you bring items from someone else’s home they can have pests hiding in the items. It doesn’t matter if you don’t see actual insects in the person’s home, there can still be some hiding, especially if the item is in a garage or basement. Spiders like those areas and may decide to make that item their home so when you bring it to your house you have just welcomed them as well.
Roaches love to hide in electronics like TVs, radios, and DVD players. It doesn’t take much either. One radio that is infested with German cockroaches can lead to an infestation your entire home.
You should also be careful of what people bring into your home. Houseguests can bring roaches, or bedbugs with them – and leave them when they go.
Remember, when you transfer one item from one environment into your environment you are inviting any pest that is associated with that item into your home. When you take an item from your home, transfer it to another environment, and then bring it back home, you have exposed it to whatever pests were there. Be mindful of what you do and examine everything. If you are vigilant your chances of bringing in pests are minimal. If you find that you do have unwanted houseguests (not of the two legged variety, sorry) call a pest professional to manage the problem and help you stay pest free.

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How to Prevent Mosquitoes from Biting

Filed under: Mosquito Control — admin @ 2:04 am June 19, 2015

Mosquito Control


Although the biggest percentage of deaths from mosquitoes are among children and the elderly in underdeveloped countries, it is still possible to contract diseases from mosquitoes in the United States because of the growing number of world travelers. And if you have dogs or horses, mosquitoes are responsible for the spread of heartworms and other diseases.

Are Mosquitoes Attracted to Certain People?


It is the female mosquito that bites, and she doesn’t use the blood she gets from you for food. (She and the male mosquito feast off of nectar like many other flying insects). She uses your blood to nourish her eggs, and she is picky. Researchers have determined that one in ten people are more attractive to the mosquito’s quest for blood. Researchers haven’t yet determined exactly why the mosquito seems to prefer someone else to bite over another. They do know that genetics plays a huge part, and they have identified certain elements of body chemistry on the surface of the skin that attracts mosquitoes.


Any kind of carbon dioxide is attractive to mosquitoes. Larger people may be more attractive because they produce more carbon dioxide. So do pregnant women. When you work up a sweat working or playing outdoors, the panting from your heavy breathing also exerts carbon dioxide. They are also attracted to the lactic acid that sweat contains. Additionally, the more you move around, the more attractive you are because the mosquitoes can sense movement.

Keeping Mosquitoes under Control

Mosquito Control


To control mosquitoes, it is important to eliminate standing water. This is their breeding grounds. Many good commercial products are on the market to help fight the battle of mosquitoes. These include misting systems, air curtains, and portable traps and systems. Citronella candles are often used on patios to repel mosquitoes.


Chemical-based repellents for use on the skin include DEET, picaridin, methofluthen, and IR3535, better known as Avon’s Skin So Soft. For those who like to avoid the use of chemicals, researchers have found several oils that repel mosquitoes for a short period. These include cedar, lemongrass, peppermint, and oil of eucalyptus.

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Importance of Checking For Termites

Filed under: Termite Control,Termites — admin @ 1:39 am June 16, 2015

Termite Control


There is a common misconception that termites only affect people with houses that are made out of wood, but in reality, it doesn’t matter if your house is made of wood, brick, stucco, or other materials. Termites are not only attracted to wood; they are also attracted to materials that contain cellulose, like the cellulose insulation in your home, drywall, and the framing timbers all over the house.

Despite their small size, termites can be very destructive because they live in colonies of millions. Not only are there a lot of them, each termite can eat up to 3 percent of their body weight, and they can cause a lot of damage in a short amount of time. Having a termite infestation in your house can be a very expensive problem for a homeowner to have, which is why it is a good idea to get your home checked for termites on a regular basis.

What Are The Signs of A Termite Infestation?


Termite DamageThere are some common telltale signs that let you know that you have a termite infestation, some of the most common are:


• The presence of mud like materials that usually start from the ground, and are found on walls, leading to wood. These are generally referred to as mud tunnels and are the size of a pencil. They usually connect the nest to the food source, but sometimes they are there for different reasons. The tunnels that start from the ground and don’t connect to the wood are there for exploratory reasons, while the tunnels that originate from the wood and touch the ground are known as drop tunnels, because they help the termites get back to their nest.

• The presence of a swarm of insects that look like flying ants around light sources. This usually indicates that a nest is nearby.

• Piles of wings on the floor in your home without any insect bodies indicate the shedding of wings, which is common with termites.

• Tiny holes in wood or damaged wood is generally a good indicator that you have a termite problem. You can easily tell if a piece of wood is damaged by tapping a hammer on it, which should produce a hollow sound, or by probing the surface with a pen knife.


If you notice any of these things, it means that you have a termite infestation in your home. In this situation, the smartest thing to do is to call a pest control specialist to come check out your house to find out just how badly infested your home is, and to treat the problem. They are professionally trained, and will be able to find the termite nest more easily that you will be able to, and they will also know the most effective way to get rid of the termites.
It is not necessary to treat your home for termites every year, but it is recommended that you have a specialist come and check your house for termite infection every year. That way, they can catch it on time, in the event that you have it, and prevent serious damage to your home. If you notice your neighbors getting their house treated for termites, it is also a good idea to have a specialist come check your house after, to make sure that the termites from your neighbor’s house migrate over to your home and cause damage without you knowing.


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Pest Control in Food Processing Facilities

Filed under: Pest Control — admin @ 9:06 am May 26, 2015

Food Processing Pest ControlIf you’re a restaurant owner or food processing facilities manager, the very thought of pests in or around your food probably keeps you up at night. When you first move into a new facility or discover a major pest problem, you may need to call in professional pest control to take care of the situation. But we aren’t your only line of defense. There are tons of natural, effective ways to prevent and maintain your space that will keep your food clean, safe, and free of harsh chemicals (and pests). Here are our top recommendations:

Opt for organic insecticides

“Pesticide” can sometimes sound like a dirty word. It conjures images of harsh chemicals that are unsavory and potentially dangerous. Although using chemicals may not always be necessary, it’s important to understand which chemicals are safest for food and for the environment so you can make an educated decision. Naturally occurring insecticides are often a safer option for chemical pest control than synthetic alternatives. Pest control specialists, such as our team at Horizon Pest Control, can explain the pros and cons of different chemicals and help you choose the best option so your needs.

Don’t underestimate homeopathic repellants

Most pests venture inside to find shelter and food. Although you can’t operate a restaurant without food, keeping food storage and preparation facilities clean and tidy can create a less hospitable environment that doesn’t encourage pests to set up shop. Making sure all lids are closed, bags are sealed and fresh produce is in a cooler or proper storage container is the first step. If you see early signs that pests have discovered your food, try to deter them with natural remedies. Soapy water or cucumber peels are known to drive away pesky ants. Taking you’re your garbage out a few times per day or using fly paper can eliminate houseflies that carry salmonella bacteria. Remove standing water that attracts mosquitos by draining your sinks and buckets during warm weather. Kill silverfish with natural, non-toxic bug traps in damp, dark areas.  These simple steps can have a big impact.

Figure out where pests are nesting

If you have discovered evidence of furry pests (think: mice and rats), try to figure out where they’re nesting. There may be holes in your insulation that let rodents in, or old boxes and storage containers that make a nice bed for these types of pests. Do an inventory of your facility to see where pests may be living: eliminating these areas can often take care of the problem. If all else fails, box traps and glue boards are a safer alternative to poisons and chemicals.


Having pest problems in your facilities? Horizon offers a pest solution for food processing facilities. Make the call now!

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Carpenter Ants vs. Termites

Filed under: Carpenter Ant Control,Termites — admin @ 8:53 am May 22, 2015

Termite Control

Spring brings some wonderful things: warm weather, sunny days, and pretty flowers. Everything is fresh and new. Spring also brings other less desirable things like household pests, ants and termites. Many people see small, dark insects swarming inside their home or near it and worry if they have a termite infestation. It is a valid concern which is why it is important to know the difference between swarmers (termites that reproduce) and ants. They can look very similar but there are some distinctive differences that will help.

Know your Termites

Termites have a very straight, distinctive looking body. It is rectangular and broad-waisted in shape with antennae that are almost completely straight. Its four wings extend beyond the body (about twice the body length) and are all four the same size. You cannot see the wing veins of termites without a magnifying glass. Termite wings are also very fragile. If you touch them they will likely fall off. In fact, if you find an area where the insects have been swarming look for broken wings on the ground or floor. That is a good indication that you are dealing with termites as opposed to ants. Termites can do serious damage to wood structures.

Know your Carpenter Ants

Carpenter Ant ControlCarpenter ants are also quite distinctive in appearance. The ant body is noticeably segmented. You can clearly see the segments and thin-waisted appearance. Their antennae are bent or elbowed and the front wings are much larger than the rear ones but they barely extend beyond the body. If you look closely at the wings you can see dark veins running through them and often a black dot at the tip of the longer front wings. They are also not as fragile as termite wings. Ant wings do not easily break off. Carpenter ants are capable of doing significant damage to a structure, but the typically pose more of a nuisance than a damage problem.

If you can’t tell or need help with an infestation

If you notice swarmers in or around your home or office it is a good idea to have a pest professional come out to take a look. Even if you correctly identify the type of pest, whether ant or termite, it is a good idea to take steps to get rid of them. If you can’t tell the difference or you aren’t sure, then it is very important that you get a pest professional out as soon as possible. If you do have an infestation, time is crucial. Waiting could cost you. Read more on pest control or call Horizon now.

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