“Sleep tight and don’t let the bed bugs bite!” This may have been what your mother always told you, and you just thought she was kidding. We all wish she was! The scientific name is Cimex Lectularius and they are what we commonly call bed bugs. Bed bugs can be found in many areas of your homes, but they are mainly found in your bedrooms.LEARN MORE
There are many species of ants that can be found in Cabarrus, Stanly, Rowan, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, and Union counties. Some can contribute a lot more damage to the home, where others are just a nuisance. Clint Miller Exterminating is here to help you determine which type you may have at your home, and treat them for you.LEARN MORE
There are many types of cockroaches that can be found in your home in the piedmont area of North Carolina. The types of roaches that we see the most are German roaches, Wood roaches, and American roaches. It is important that we know which type of roach we are treating because not all roaches are treated with the same methods.LEARN MORE
Everyone has heard of fleas, and you probably think you must own a cat or dog to get them. But did you know fleas live on wild animals like squirrels, mice, and birds? They can hitch a ride inside by hopping off that squirrel in your yard onto you. A lot of times you just feel the bite and they are gone before you see them.LEARN MORE
Clint Miller Exterminating takes care of many general pests, but the ones most seen in the Cabarrus, Stanly, Rowan, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, and Union counties are spiders, camel crickets, earwigs, and millipedes. If you are seeing general pests in your home we do not have to come treat inside.LEARN MORE
It’s safe to say that just about the last place you want any pest crawling, living, or laying eggs is in or near your food. Neither products stored in your refrigerator or pantry are 100% safe from stored-product pests. To keep them from your home, you have to take proper preventive measures.LEARN MORE
Rodents can cause damage to your home and yard. Rats and mice are more likely to enter your home to acquire food, while voles will create unsightly tunnels in your lawn and garden areas.LEARN MORE
Many types of spiders find their way into homes when temperatures start to drop. Although a few are dangerous and present a health threat, most are harmless. However, even harmless spiders may become a nuisance when they cover your house in webs.