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Keep Dry This Season to Ensure a Mosquito Free Summer

Warmer and wetter weather poses a heightened mosquito risk and Rose Pest Solutions provides treatment and tips to help homeowners combat these pesky pests




mosquito full of blood

As the weather warms up and spring changes to summer, many eagerly anticipate spending time outdoors. However, the return of mosquitoes can put a damper on any outside activity - but Rose Pest Solutions, the nation's oldest pest management company, is here to help homeowners avoid these pesky bloodsuckers at all costs.

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Celebrating the Unsung Heroes of the Night Sky!

Sink Your Fangs into International Bat Appreciation Day!




Often portrayed as spooky creatures of the night, bats are actually far removed from their pop culture persona. Bats, nature's flying fuzzy friends, usually don't get the best rap compared to other animals out there. Represented in pop culture as blood-sucking monsters, moody and sparkling teenagers, or dark and brooding crime fighters, the reality of these portrayals couldn't be farther from the truth.

bats hanging in an attic

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Warming Spring Weather Will Bring Sunshine and Swarms

Rose Pest Solutions is boosting awareness of termite swarms during termite awareness week, March 5-11




As the weather begins to warm, so do termites. March 5-11 is termite awareness week and Rose Pest Solutions, the nation's oldest family-owned pest management company, is using this time of year to educate and prepare homeowners for the return of these wood-savvy creatures.

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Out of Sight and Out of Mind: What Becomes of Pests in the Winter?

Creepy crawly visitors escaping the winter chill may be closer than one thinks




Pest control and the whereabouts of your least favorite home intruders aren't usually top of mind in February. But curious minds may ponder, where do pests go in the winter? Read this blog post to find out.

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