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Scott Beach posted this video earlier.... its his pet Black widow wrapping up a moth. thanks for sharing Scott!Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Thursday, June 10, 2010

SnakeJosh came across this snake up Butler Creek after one of his appointments. It was about 4 ft long. Just keep in mind that Josh is the one with the pole and video-ing the snake, at the same time.Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Friday, June 18, 2010

In this video, Josh is treating for Boxelder bugs in the cracks of a shed. They are attracted to warm sunny areas of a home. As we head into fall, Boxelder bugs will try to find areas to winter. These areas can include spaces or cracks around the home like under the siding or by doorways.Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Friday, July 30, 2010

The ants go a little crazy when disturbed!Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Friday, August 13, 2010

Hey folks, I recorded this sound from my back yard one night a couple of summers ago. I have my idea of what it may be but I am very curious to hear your ideas too, help me out!! The sound occurs three times, while watching the video timer at 4 second, 17 seconds and 24 second. It sounded to be within a couple hundred yards from my house.Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Thursday, July 14, 2011

Josh has treated for Bees & Yellowjackets in the siding of homes. Something to keep in mind... if you ever see Bee or Yellowjacket activity, flying into a hole in the side of your house, DO NOT plug the hole. Yellowjackets will become aggressive and eat through drywall to get out! The area needs to be treated inside the wall and then the hole closed early in the spring of the next year, when there is no activity. 728-PEST(7378) Josh does have a Bee suit to deal with these situations, would you like to see him in it?Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Thursday, July 21, 2011

Josh was called to this carpenter ant job on Monday. In this video you will see that the carpenter ants have started to eat away on the wood, in the basement of this home. The ant product that Josh uses is very effective, the ants get the product on themselves and then unknowingly, carry it back to the colony to spread to the others. In a few weeks, there will be no activity, the colony will be gone. 728-PEST(7378)Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Wednesday, July 27, 2011

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Yellow jackets are bad this year. This video is taken of our garden... yellow jackets eating the leftovers of pears. Notice the black butterfly in the midst of all the yellow jackets.Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Friday, September 30, 2011

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Josh was called out to treat this nest. Very aggressive paper wasps.Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Last weekend, I was able to go with Josh to treat for box elders. This video shows how much box elder activity there was, and then Josh treating it with his product. During the fall months box elder bugs like to find warm places to harbor for the winters, this can be in siding, doorway cracks, anywhere they can get into. They can also be attracted to the sunny side of a house.Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Thursday, September 11, 2014

Video #2, Box Elders, 10 min after Josh treated with his product!Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Thursday, September 11, 2014

This is a video of Kelly treating a yellow jacket nest up in a tree this morning. He is using his long pole and duster to really penetrate dust into the yellow jacket nest. You can see them flying in and out of the nest, very upset, which is why he is completely suited up. Good Job Kelly!Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Tuesday, July 7, 2015

We have been getting a few box-elder bug calls. This is a Box-elder job that Josh treated recently. Box elders are a nuisance pest. They are attracted to the warm, sunny side of the house. You can find them on or in cracks of siding, in landscaping, grass, dead leaves on the ground, or (like in this video) on cement. During the fall time, they like to try to harbor in any crack or crevice they can find to keep warm. You typically see them in the spring and again in the fall. It’s a good idea to have them treated to help break the cycle of continuing to multiply each year.Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Tuesday, July 14, 2015

There has been lots of yellow jacket and wasp activity out there too! Josh re-baited our trap on Sunday and this is how many he caught in the first 3 hours!Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Josh has found some pretty interesting places where yellow jackets have built their nest. He treated this one yesterday!Posted by Guardian Pest Solutions on Tuesday, July 21, 2015