Healthy Home Termite & Pest control seeks to bring Atlanta homeowners the latest in pest control and termite news. From keeping your family safe with eco-friendly pest control to taking precautionary measures to prevent pests in your home, we cover it all on our blog.

We know how bothersome pests and critters can be and how important it is to take the necessary steps to prevent infestations before they happen. As experts in the industry, we’ll not only assist you with all of your pest control services, but we’ll also empower you with the tools to prevent future invasions.

Check out our blog for more information and for the latest pest control & termite news and contact us if you have any questions.

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Tips for Keeping Ants Out of Your Atlanta Kitchen

Trails of ants marching along your kitchen counter or in your cupboards can be an aggravating sign that you have an ant infestation. However, there are some steps you can take to stop or prevent the ants from marching through your space. In this article, the ant control experts at Healthy Home Termite and Pest […]

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Signs You May Have a Rat Infestation in Your Atlanta, Georgia Home

Even if you love Georgia wildlife you don’t want pesky rodents inside your home, especially rats and mice. However, because these creatures can hide quite well, you may be wondering what are some signs you may have a rat infestation in your Georgia home. Read on as Healthy Home Termite & Pest Control reveals some […]

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Backyard Bugs: Five Tips for a Bug-Free Backyard in Atlanta, GA

You had a plan and transformed your backyard into an ideal space to entertain guests while enjoying the outdoors. However, you may not have planned on backyard pests like mosquitoes, ants and yellow jackets crashing the party. The pest control experts at Healthy Home Termite and Pest Control have compiled a list of the top […]

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Prevent a Summer Flea Infestation in Your Georgia Home

As the summer season brings a dramatic increase in the number of fleas outside you may think it’s inevitable that these tiny pests will make their way inside your home, especially if you have pets. However, there are several steps you can take to prevent a summer flea infestation in your Georgia home. Taking steps […]

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Tips to Avoid Stinging Insects this Summer in Georgia

As Metro-Atlanta settles into summer, you are likely enjoying many outdoor activities like barbeques and pool parties. However, it’s important to know that the summer season coincides with the increased activity of stinging pests like bees, wasps, yellow jackets and more. Because these stinging pests can cause not only itchy and sometimes painful skin irritations, […]

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Ants Entering a Home
Top 5 Summer Pests to Watch Out for in Georgia

Keeping your home and property free of annoying and sometimes dangerous pests is likely a priority all year long, there are several summer pests to watch out for in Georgia. In this blog article we’ll identify the top five pests you should be on the lookout for this summer. However, be sure to reach out […]

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A Guide to Different Types of Termite Species

There ae about 45 different kinds of species of termites found in the U.S., each of which falls into one of the three main termite types: subterranean, drywood, and dampwood. Each species has a unique behavior and makeup which determines which part of the country they live in, where they build their nests and their […]

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Preventing Mosquitos
Top 5 Tips for Preventing Mosquitos this Season

If you live in Johns Creek, Acworth, and Marietta, you’ve likely realized that the mosquito season can be brutal. Not only will mosquitos disrupt your backyard BBQ or pool party, but they can carry harmful diseases like West Nile and Zika, which can be detrimental to your family’s health. For these reasons, it’s important to […]

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Mosquito Season
Most Active Mosquito Seasons in Georgia

You may not realize it, but there are over 3,500 species of mosquitoes, each with its own set of behaviors. There are 175 species found right here in the United States, which can pose a health hazard to people and animals. Some of the most serious mosquito-borne diseases include West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine […]

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