As a fishing enthusiast and pest guy, I can tell you that nothing will ruin your day on the water like seeing a critter crawl across your boat. Get ahead of the issue to ensure smooth sailing for the rest of the summer. Boats can be difficult to keep pest free because they’re usually stored…

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5 Summer Bugs to Watch Out For In Florida Summer is undoubtedly the best season of the year. There’s nothing quite like family boating trips, water sports and barbeques under the hot July sun. Unfortunately, Florida bugs share my love of these warm summer months, meaning homeowners must keep an extra vigilant lookout to keep…

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Does this image look familiar?   Many assume damage and yellowing areas of lawns is due to drought stress, but many times the source of the problem is Chinch bugs. According to the University of Florida Gardening Solutions, St. Augustinegrass is the most widely planted turfgrass species in Florida lawns, estimated to cover more than…

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We could all use a little more good news these days and then… Murder Hornets.  I’ve received many questions about Murder Hornets since they’ve appeared in the U.S.: “Are they real?”, “Should we be worried?”, “Where did they come from?”.  Here’s what we know: Yes, murder hornets are real.  No, these hornets do not pose…

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Out of all the cockroaches, we’d have to say the most patriotic award goes to the American Cockroach otherwise known as the Palmetto bug. The pest you find hanging out in your Air Jordans, scrambling out of the burger bun bag at your 4th of July BBQ, or hiding in your Amazon Prime boxes. The…

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We have dedicated our lives to keeping your home pest free, and it’s not just because pests are gross. As pest management professionals, we know the important role our industry has on protecting your health, food and property. That’s why we are considered an essential service. Exterminating pests in your home doesn’t just serve an…

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Dear Green Wing Customers, The professional pest control industry, an essential service, is responsible for the protection of public health, food and property.  The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have prepared a list of significant public health pests https://www.epa.gov/insect-repellents/list-pests-significant-public-health-importance, many of which…

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Have ants made a party out of your home? According to PestWorld, there are almost 700 species of ants in the United States. They’re highly social animals, meaning if you see one traipsing through your home, he’s probably about to call his whole colony for a house party. Like with so many other pests, it’s…

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The monster in your closet: Silverfish Silverfish only come out at night, much like the monsters in your scariest nightmares. The good news is, unlike those monsters, silverfish are mostly harmless to people. They don’t bite or spread diseases. They can still do a great deal of damage to your home, though. If you think…

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Don’t let Ratitoulli fool you. That rodent isn’t going to help you make dinner. If you see a rat in your home, it probably brought friends (and not the good kind). Don’t let rats stay in your home rent-free. Green Wing will give rats the boot, so your family can get back to life as…

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