Pest Insects

Ants

  • Argentine Ants
  • Carpenter Ants
  • Field Ants
  • Pavement Ants
  • Pharaoh Ants
  • Thief Ants

Carpenter ants are the largest ants (size) in North Central Ohio and can be found practically everywhere. Their main colony is normally found in trees and they enter homes and businesses looking for food and water. These black ants will develop sub colonies in houses usually in wood that has been damaged by water.There are several species of ants in Ohio. We will identify the ants that are a problem for you so our solution is the correct one. Different species eating preferences and nesting habits are all unique. That is why proper identification is so important. 

 

Cockroaches 

Cockroaches are filthy insects. They carry many germs and bacteria that spread disease. Proper sanitation goes a long way in preventing roach infestations.  

  • American Cockroach
  • Brown-banded Cockroach
  • German Cockroach
  • Oriental Cockroach

 

Stinging Insects 

If they sting leave them bee! All of the listed stinging insects should be disposed of by a professional exterminator. They are dangerous. Let us eliminate the insects safely. (See our blog about Carpenter Bees). 

  • Carpenter Bees
  • Honeybees
  • Hornets
  • Wasps
  • Yellow Jacket

 

Termites 

Termites eat wood.  Unless you live in a totally steel or concrete house you may have termites.  They swarm in the spring and resemble ants but here is one of the differences.  Ants have a skinny or piched waist, termites have no waist.  Infact a termites body is cigar shaped.  Termite workers are white and the soldiers have orangs heads with big mandables (jaws).  If you see any of these place them in a baggy or jar and give Alright Pest Solutions a call.  No charge for us to come out and investigate.  

  • Bed Bugs
  • Beetles
  • Birds
  • Fleas
  • Flies
  • Stink Bugs
  • Spiders
  • Termites

 

Bed Bug Treatments!!! 

We are now using a limited prep treatment for bed bugs.  You may not have to do anything!!  Give us a call and see what is new.

 

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