Bed-Bug

Common Hiding Spots for Bed Bugs

Summer travel means a higher chance of coming into contact with bed bugs who love the warmth and are great at hitchhiking. It’s important to check your room and belongings for these blood sucking insects when traveling and once returning home.

Hazards Ahead: The Canada Goose

During breeding seasons, the Canada goose can attack people from the ground and the air when defending their young and nests. These actions can include charging people and even bites. Management of Canada geese is important for health and safety reasons.

Stored Product Pest Control

Spring Welcomes Stored Product Pests

A pheromone mating disruption program can play a key role in managing stored product pests. Spring is the ideal time to review and renew your stored product pest pheromone programs.

Ants in Food Plants

Pest-Proof Your Home this Spring

McCloud Services encourages homeowners to take the proper precautions to protect their health, food and homes from these unwanted visitors.

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Ants Ready to Bug Homeowners this Spring

As temperatures continue to rise, McCloud Services, warns that America’s number one nuisance pest will invade homes this spring in search of food. Follow these simple prevention tips to keep ants from marching indoors.

Grocery Industry

Ants: A First Sight of Spring

Retail stores may experience problems with ants being shipped in on product or inside wooden pallets. They may also come inside from the surrounding exterior as they search for food or new nest sites.

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Spring Cleaning Helps Keep Homes Pest-Free

The spring months mark the onset of harmful pests including stinging insects like yellowjackets, wasps and hornets, making pest prevention especially important this time of year. Follow these quick and simple pest control tips.

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Preventing Mice in Storage Rooms

The house mouse is pest of concern for grocery stores in the dock and storage areas. In addition to damaging products through gnawing and feeding on packaging, they can contaminate food with their fecal pellets and urine. Exclusion and sanitation are a key to prevention.