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  1. Bed Bug Dogs

    Dogs have widely been used for their keen sense of smell to detect a variety of substances from drugs to mold. Specific species of canines can contain over three hundred million receptors in their noses compared to about thirty million for humans. This helps them to track scents through rain, mud, a…Read More

  2. Top ten places bed bugs hide out

    You’ve heard all about bedbugs in hotels, but did you know they’re also hiding (and waiting to hitch a ride home with you) in these common public places? Public Libraries Crawling into bed with a good book has taken on a whole new meaning if you’re borrowing books from the public library syst…Read More

  3. Bed Bug Inspection tips on what to look for while staying in a hotel room.

    You’re packed for your trip, your boarding passes are downloaded… and then that little moment of terror hits. What if the hotel you’re going to stay in has bed bugs? It’s a real concern, but by being vigilant, you can reduce your chances of bringing home some unexpected souvenirs. Here’s …Read More


    Cockroaches are among the most common insects, with about 70 species being found in the United States alone. Their sizes and colors vary significantly on the type of species infesting. Cockroaches are well known for moving to areas via “hitchhiking”. Because they prefer to hide in cracks and cre…Read More

  5. Thermal Heat to Kill Bed Bugs

    Spring and surrounding areas has seen its share of bed bug infestations. This is partly due to people being exposed to bed bugs during travel and inadvertently bringing the pests back home with them. Bed bugs, tiny, biting insects, make a home near their food source: human blood. Unfortunately, the…Read More

  6. Infrared Camera used for bed bug heat treatments

    Pest Arrest now uses the FLIR E4 camera during all bed bug treatments. This state-of-the-art thermal camera allows visual indication temperatures reached sufficient levels to kill bed bugs during the treatment process. As of now, no other pest-control provider uses this equipment. A modern infrared …Read More


    Bed Bugs are rapidly resurging and capturing the attention of many countries throughout the world. It is essential that accurate knowledge of bed bugs, their habits, biology, reproduction, effective treatments and prevention strategies will assist in reducing the incidence of bed bug infestations wo…Read More

  8. How To Get Rid of Rodents

    STEP 1) Find out how the mice are getting inside your house. There are holes outside, leading into the building. Vents, gaps in siding, areas where wires and pipes go into the house, roof lines, etc. Mice enter in these areas, then crawl up the walls and into the attic, which is an ideal nesting an…Read More

  9. Heavy rain means more fleas and ticks

    It has been "raining cats and dogs" for most of the summer in our area and unfortunately this means bad news for our local cats and dogs. All this wet weather combined with normal heat and humidity equals the perfect conditions for a surge in flea and tick infestations. These insects reproduce very …Read More

  10. Raccoon Removal

    Raccoons will find any way to enter your home. Raccoons are one of many wildlife pests that wreak havoc on personal property. Not only do they cause damage, they also carry diseases and create messes. If you are experiencing raccoon troubles, then Pest Arrest wildlife service that handles raccoon re…Read More