Pest Resource Center
Living in nest colonies in the soil or in wood, ants can invade your home or yard in search for food.
Hiding in moist, dark areas, centipedes feed on other insects but have a bite that can sting like a bee.
Earwigs are attracted to light at night, becoming a nuisance on porches and patios on summer evenings.
When temperatures drop, mice start to look for warmer places to live, including your home.
Millipedes typically live in mulch and gardens but can migrate into homes after heavy rains.
Rats typically burrow in the ground, but can invade barns, garages, and storage sheds in search of food.
Roaches can enter your home from the outside through cracks, crevices, vents, sewer and drain pipes.
Found in areas of high humidity, silverfish eat paper and other items with high starch content.
Termites feast on the wood of your home, causing serious damage long before they are discovered.