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September 18, 2013

Mice, don’t underestimate the difficulty in controlling these pests.

Mice are often seen as an aggravation.  Mice are rarely thought of for their destructive nature.  People must often be reminded that it was mice, infested […]
September 5, 2013

Horne’s graduates more staff members from Clemson University

Horne’s is proud to announce that is has two more staff members that have graduated from Clemson University’s Master Pest Control Technician School.  We congratulate Alex […]
September 5, 2013

Fleas… An ongoing battle for pet owners

Fleas are a common household pest for people with animals.  Though many consider them a nuisance, their disease carrying potential should not be ignored.  Fleas (transported […]
August 29, 2013

Training continues to be a part of life at Horne’s Pest Control

Horne’s Pest Control continues to invest in training and education for its technicians. Mark Gincerowski and Court Bull recently returned from Kansas City where they attended […]
August 18, 2013

Don’t Let Mosquitoes Ruin the Remainder of Your Summer Nights!

Mosquitoes seem to be becoming more of an issue as of late.  Some entomologists believe, that as a result of global warming, diseases carried by insects […]
June 15, 2010

Insect Trivia – Beetles

June 15, 2010

Insect Trivia – Bees

Honey bees have 2 compound eyes and 3 simple eyes.  The compound eyes have 6900 facet giving them excellent vision. While searching for food a honey […]
June 15, 2010

Insect Trivia – Moths & Butterflies

June 15, 2010

Insect Trivia – Ants

There are currently about 8,800 varieties of ants in the world. The largest ant is found in Africa (1 ½ in. long) the smallest is found […]