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Bug Barometer

Don't let the colder winter we've had this year fool you. Expect bug activity to be higher than usual because of this year's aggressive La Niña. This weather pattern has brought more moisture than usual to the Southeast, which will allow bugs, like mosquitoes, to thrive and make a larger appearance than usual. As it warms up we can also expect to see increased populations of cockroaches and termites, among other bugs.

For more information about the three most prevalent bugs in the Southeast, termites, cockroaches, and mosquitoes, check out these related blogs.

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How Sealing Your Home Can Help Keep Cockroaches Out

How to Properly Take Care of Termite Damage
Why Everyone in Georgia Needs Periodic Termite Inspections
Five Things Every Homeowner Needs to Know About Termites

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