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 Flying Bugs That Eat Wood?

Answer Wood-eating insects can be a danger to anyone's home and/or yard. The most well-known flying insect that consumes wood is the drywood termite. Many are not aware that there are also other types o... Read More »
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Little Flying Bugs in Soil?

While soil is home to various house and garden plants, several other living things call the soil home, including worms, molds, mildew and insects. In fact, so much nutrition from rotting leaves an... Read More »
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How do you keep swimming and flying bugs out of the pool?

You can't, unless you screen the pool the only thing you can do to decrease the irritation is install a floating pool skimmer as this will get rid of floating materials far more quickly.
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Little flying black bugs around doorway?

We really need to see them to be sure, or at least have LOTS more detail. In order to upload a photo you need to go through an online photo service. I can't help you with that because I've never do... Read More »
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Flying Brown Bugs in the House?

Homeowners often find flying brown bugs inside their homes. Most insects wander indoors by mistake and do not usually bite or sting humans. However, the sight of flying brown bugs is often unnervin... Read More »
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