Family businesses are a big part of the Baton Rouge community, and we’re proud to be featured in the latest special edition published by the Baton Rouge Business Report. From the special edition: “It cannot be overstated what an important role family businesses play in the Baton Rouge economy. Studies have shown that family-owned businesses
Bedbugs have been in the news a lot for the past few years. You may have felt safe here in south Louisiana, but they are showing up in our area, and just a few of these hitch-hiking pests can turn into a full-fledged infestation. Unlike other pests, bed bugs don’t feed on filth (they feed
Have you heard of Asian Roaches? If you haven’t yet…you’re about to! The reason? Your neighbors are already talking about them. Of course, no one wants to think about roaches if they don’t have to, but Asian Roaches are a new invasive species in Southern Louisiana, and we’re starting to see them at our customer’s
Fire ants are pretty much the worst, right? Their painful stings and aggressive swarming behavior make them more than a nuisance – they can be dangerous. But there’s a new ant moving into Louisiana that has some people wishing fire ants were the worst of their problems. It’s called the Tawny Crazy Ant, and though
Debbie from Dugas Pest Control
Meet Debbie! She’s one of our pest control technicians and she’s been with us for almost 4 years now. It might seem unusual that we have a woman working as a technician in our industry, but the pest control world offers wonderful opportunities for people with all sorts of interests. You see, Debbie has always
Pretty much everyone in South Louisiana can agree that mosquitoes are one of the drawbacks of the warm summer season. The stinging. The buzzing of that one evasive mosquito – right in your ear. And now… the danger to you and your family’s health. With West Nile virus found locally, our customers (especially those who
Our own Daniel Hill recently attended Academy 2017, hosted by NPMA (National Pest Management Association). This was an Olympic style conference for the Leadership Development Council of which Daniel is a member. He produced this video of his experience captaining the Red Team, which won first place.
Termites are termites, right? Well, sort of! Sure, all termites are on the hunt for food and water. And unfortunately, food is often found in the form of your home. But knowing what kind of termites are behind an infestation is important, as it helps us create a treatment and prevention plan that will successfully
It’s spring, which means we’ve been getting tons of calls about flying insects. This year’s termite swarming season has been pretty intense. In fact, our technicians estimate the severity this season to be about a 9 on a scale of 1 to  10! This means that termites, which normally live underground, are reproducing, looking for