If you see one ant, you're going to see more. They are social creatures and will stick together where there are food and comfortable surroundings. They enter your home looking for food to share with their queen. There are three kinds of ants that are prevalent in our area: Pavement, Carpenter...learn more
We have no one to blame but ourselves for the noisy sound of crickets. House crickets came from Asia as food in pet and bait supply stores and now are found all over the United States. You can find them in warm and humid places around the house like kitchens, heaters, and bathrooms.... learn more
Wasps and bees are usually found outside, but can still be a nuisance. If they're indoors, they can be a menace. Wasps and bees have painful stings and some people are highly allergic to bee stings. Wasps and bees don't destroy property, their biggest drawback is their sting. ...learn more
Many people are just terrified of spiders, regardless of the pests size or how dangerous they are. Most of the time you can just leave them alone. However, if you do need help getting rid of them, Peconic Pest Control can help you.
Just as there are many different types of spiders...learn more
Mice and rats can destroy food, materials, and introduce diseases into your home. A mouse can have anywhere between 30-60 babies a year, whereas rats can have 30-85. It usually takes a professional to completely rid a home of rodents. Rats and mice are intelligent and wary of new things, so trapp...learn more
Ticks are a problem everywhere in the United States, and have established a firm foothold in the Hamptons area. These insects are responsible for many diseases, including Lyme Disease, Ehrlichiosis, and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
In fact, these have become some of the most comm...learn more
In the past few years, mosquitos have gone from a normal, annoying spring and summer pest to an actual health risk. Because of the terrain of the East End, mosquito control has become an important part of our client’s summer maintenance programs.
Whether you are having a wed...learn more
Whether you are buying a new home or business or if you already own a building, seeing evidence of termite activity can be very distressing. To make sure your house or office is termite-free, we will conduct inspections and control services to eliminate this problem.
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There are over 25,000 types of beetles in North America alone, so it is hard to say what kind of beetle you may have until we see it. Depending on the species, beetles can eat other insects, plants, and other food sources.
Beetles can eat carpeting, fabric, wood, and other materia...learn more
Cockroaches. Just saying the word give a lot of people a creepy feeling. They live off of food they find in drains, trash, pet food and more. They are extremely adaptable and hardy, so it makes it difficult for people to exterminate the pests on their own. Peconic Pest Control has the products an...learn more
Fleas are parasites that live off the blood of other animals or people. Fleas usually enter a home on a pet that has gone outside, or on mice that may enter your home. They can move from the animal to the people inside the home, biting them. Jumping adults can be seen, but the eggs and larvae are...learn more
Flies are probably the #1 spreader of disease. They can spread illnesses like salmonella, typhoid fever, hepatitis and worse. According to the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences, house flies transmit at least 65 diseases to humans. Keeping areas clean is key to keeping fly populations do...learn more
Silverfish are sneaky pests. They're nocturnal and quick, so you may have an infestation for some time before you even know it. On top of it, silverfish reproduce quickly, producing up to 20 eggs a day.
Silverfish can be commonly found in humid areas like bathrooms, laundry rooms, a...learn more
Grain moths and clothing moths are two of the most common forms of this pest in the great New York region.
Grain moths, also known as pantry moths, have a tendency to be incredibly invasive in the kitchen, attacking food stables such as cereals, flour, and grains while laying eggs and s...learn more
Centipedes can be found both indoors and outdoors. We don't worry too much about the outdoor ones, although if they make a home next to your foundation, they can enter your home through small cracks. House centipedes, on the other hand, live entirely indoors. This centipede makes its home in ...learn more