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Bug Busters USA

Bug Busters has been in business since October 1984. Bug Busters is celebrating its twenty sixth year in business this year. Bug Busters has been named by Pest Control Technology Media Group as one of the “Top 100 Companies in Nation.”

Bug Busters operations are located throughout the southeast United States. Bug Busters is headquartered in Woodstock, Georgia. Bug Busters has also established other branches in the states of Georgia, North Carolina & Tennessee.

Bug Busters is a family run business that has grown due to its core values of integrity, innovation, accountability, employee development, commitment to our customers, and a commitment to our community and the environment. Today Bug Busters is one the south’s largest and fastest growing family run pest management firms.

This Fall Season Look Out For: ANTS

  • May invade homes in search of food
  • Feeds on sweets
  • Colonies also contain several reproductive females
    and hundreds of thousands of workers
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This Fall Season Look Out For: ROACHES

  • Also known as Palmetto or Flying Water Bug
  • Found in moist areas
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This Fall Season Look Out For: EARWIGS

  • Odorous
  • Active at night and seek shelter during the day
    under stones
  • Feed on dead plants and animal matter
  • Can be found in tree holes, mulch and
    landscape timbers
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This Fall Season Look Out For: MICE

  • Contaminate food and carry disease
  • Can get through a hole the size of a dime
  • Build nests out of string or shredded paper
  • Nest building can cause damage to
    homes and businesses
  • Poor vision but have heightened sense of smell,
    taste, hearing, and touch
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This Fall Season Look Out For: SPIDERS

  • Bite people on accidental, used as defense mechanism
  • Spiders can crawl into shoes, clothing or beds
  • Spider bites can produce a bad ulcerating open sore
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This Fall Season Look Out For: BED BUGS

  • Bed Bugs are blood feeders.
  • They lay eggs in door frames, baseboards and furniture.
  • Can move from room to room in search of more food.
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This Fall Season Look Out For: TICKS

  • Dogs are the most favorable host
  • In US it is the most disperse species of tick
  • Known to transmit Lyme Disease
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This Fall Season Look Out For: RATS

  • Gnaw wood, break into food, and bite predators.
  • Most eat seeds or plants, though some have more varied diets.
  • Spreads disease through droppings and urine
  • Feeds on sweets
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OTHER SUSPECTS

  • LOUSE

  • TERMITES

  • SCORPIONS

  • SILVERFISH

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