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Earwigs are insects with pincers or forceps protruding from the stomach. Though theses forceps may look frightening, they are not poisonous and do not spread disease. There are more than twenty species of earwigs in the U.S. and produce a foul smelling scent. Some species are known to produce a foul smelling liquid that they use for defense. They prefer damp, cool areas and may enter homes during extended periods of dryness. They may also enter your home to find food or seek shelter.
We use eco-friendly treatment methods labeled for the target insect. A treatment is usually done inside and outside if deemed necessary.
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