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Protecting Our Community

Feedback from our Valued Clients We received some feedback from our clients and wanted to pass on this message to others to help you protect your home. Hi, I’m Kevin Peterson with Cascade Pest Control. Lately, we’ve been hearing from a lot of our valued clients about other pest control companies using some interesting door […]

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Why Do I Need a Pest Control Service Plan?

Whether you are a new homeowner, recent pest infestation survivor, or savvy consumer, you might be asking yourself whether you could benefit from a pest control service plan. Do you need one? Is it cost-effective? Why not just treat a problem when you see evidence? Pest Control Service Plans are ongoing, maintenance plans that provide […]

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How AI is Used in Pest Control

The Artificial Intelligence Revolution has come to pest control. It might surprise you that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made in-roads even in the seemingly mundane world of pest control.  Traditional methods, like chemicals & hands-on labor, are often expensive, dangerous to the environment, and sometimes ineffective. AI is helping to fight harder and better to […]

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Pest Control Challenges in Seattle’s Multi-Unit Dwellings

Multi-unit dwellings like apartment buildings, condos, duplexes, dorms, or any shared wall spaces can have unique challenges for residents. In addition to noisy neighbors, rising rents, and endless regulations, pest control is also a concern. The Seattle area is not immune to these challenges. But you don’t have to learn to live with it.    Addressing […]

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Integrated Pest Management Strategies in Urban Environments

Learning to deal with pests and keep them away can feel like a full-time endeavor. Humans and insects have a complicated relationship: can’t live with them and can’t always live without them. But when these nuisances begin to make their way into highly concentrated areas of humanity – urban areas, they can be difficult to […]

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Pest Control Do’s and Don’ts

Ugh, bugs! There is never a good time for them, and there never seems to be a time that isn’t susceptible. Every season has its pests. Whether you are struggling with spiders, ants, flies, roaches, stinging insects, termites, or even rodents like rats and mice, you can feel powerless to get a handle on these […]

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What Happens to Mosquitoes in the Winter?

As you enjoy a brisk, bug-free walk on a cool winter afternoon, you might begin to wonder “Where have all the mosquitoes gone?” Have they migrated? Or hibernated? And maybe more importantly, when will they be back?  Just what exactly happens to mosquitoes in the winter? Mosquitoes, like most insects, are cold-blooded creatures. Their inability […]

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Why Do I Have Cluster Flies in My Seattle House?

Are you finding flies in your home during the colder winter months? Then you might be facing a cluster fly invasion. Unlike regular house flies which are not active during the winter, cluster flies become a nuisance with the lack of warmth and sun in the winter months in Washington state.  If you see an […]

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A Deeper Look at the Challenges of Pest Control

History of Pest Control Pests, by definition, are any organism that can harm humans, our shelter (homes), our food crops or our belongings. Humankind has been encountering pests throughout our earliest recorded history and we can rest assured our ancestors were “pestered” long before that. The ancient Sumerians, Egyptians, Chinese and Greeks used pesticides containing […]

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Do You Have a Winter Pantry Moth Infestation?

Winter seems the perfect break from pests like mosquitoes, flies, and other creepy crawlies. As the temperatures cool, many of these creatures enter a state of diapause. They stop moving, eating, or reproducing, and just take a break. So you might expect that you could take a break too. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. […]

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