How to Keep Pets Safe and Pest Free

FAIRFAX, VA (May 10, 2016) – Pets are important members of many families and the season’s spring showers and warmer temperatures are bringing an unwelcomed risk to their health in the form of tiny, biting, blood-feeding pests. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) encourages people to protect their pets from ticks and fleas and safeguard … Read moreHow to Keep Pets Safe and Pest Free

NCPMA members attending the NPMA Legislative Day in Washington, DC

  McDuffie Pest Control’s Dana McDuffie and Brett Pool with other NCPMA members attending the NPMA Legislative Day in Washington, DC. McDuffie Pest Control is setting new standards in pest control for residential and commercial communities in North and South Carolina. McDuffie Pest Control utilizes the best materials and methods possible while protecting your home, business, … Read moreNCPMA members attending the NPMA Legislative Day in Washington, DC

5 Easy ways to discover you have cockroaches

5 Easy ways to discover you have cockroaches Believe what you see. If you have seen a cockroach in your home, there are more. If you see one dead or alive, be suspicious  of an infestation. Are you sneezing and having allergy problems? Many people are allergic to cockroaches and facts show the pests can … Read more5 Easy ways to discover you have cockroaches

Allergens to Cockroach put Children at Risk

By: McDuffie Pest Control Elizabethtown, NC – Studies in the past few years funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) have reinforced the dangerous connection between cockroaches and asthma in children. One in five children in the United States have severe sensitivities … Read moreAllergens to Cockroach put Children at Risk

5 Facts about Cockroaches You May Not Know

The American Cockroach, Brown-Hooded Cockroach, Cuban Cockroach, the German Cockroach, Western Wood Cockroach are all different types of cockroaches. The American Cockroach is not a native to the United States. This variety of cockroach originated from Africa and was transplanted in North America after hundreds of years of trans-oceanic shipping. The roaches would make the … Read more5 Facts about Cockroaches You May Not Know