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Get ahead of spring pest problems

Mar 06th, 2019

We already know that the return of warm weather to Northeast Ohio brings with it pests that invade our homes, take over our yards and possibly endanger our families. Get ahead of the problem by anticipating the early arrivers and making your home and yard less hospitable.

Ants, including pavement ants, pharaoh ants and carpenter ants, are typically the first spring bugs you will see. They are attracted to food, water and the warmth of your house as many days and nights continue to be cool Read More

TNT Diamond Protection Program

Apr 04th, 2017


TNT’s Diamond Protection Program is simply the best year-round protection available. We use a four-step process that is designed to limit the use of chemicals inside your home.

SPRING – We power spray the outside of the home for wasps, yellow jackets, carpenter ants and other pests. This includes inside treatment to all kitchen and bathroom sinks as well as areas conducive to pest infestations.

SUMMER – We power spray the exterior of the home to reinforce the initial treatment. Key pests are targeted, Read More

Choosing A Pest Management Professional

Apr 04th, 2017

Choosing a Pest Management Professional

When it comes to Pest Management Professionals (PMPs) there are many to chose from. So, how do you know which exterminator to hire to do the job?

Good exterminators provide preventive pest control service rather than waiting for a pest situation to arise.

The guidelines below will assure you that you that the pest control professionals  that you hire can accurately identify and address potential pest problems.

What should a professional extermination service have to offer?

When arriving to the location each time, meet with Read More

Stinging Insects

Apr 04th, 2017

Pest Management Protects Pollinators


Many types of plants, including fruit and vegetable crops depend on animals for pollination, therefore protecting bees, wasps, hornets, and other pollinators from pesticide risks is important for pollinator health.


A National Research Council Report in 2007, Status of Pollinators in North America, documented the decline of pollinators and discussed some of the possible causes.


A theory among scientists in the EPA, USDA, and the global scientific and regulatory community alike, is that the general declining health of stinging insects such as Read More

Tips for General Pest Control in Ohio

Apr 04th, 2017

Professional pest management companies are integrating the following environmentally friendly pest control techniques into pest management programs.

The best type of mulch for pest control

Organic mulch can be a favorable medium for harboring insects. A thick layer of rubber mulch can provide more protection against the threat of insects such as millipedes, ants, cockroaches and beetles.

The best lighting for pest control

Bright outside lights can attract spiders, lizards and even frogs. Place lights away from the home and ensure the light beams are directed away from Read More

Mosquito Prevention

Apr 04th, 2017

Getting Rid Of Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes can be an annoyance to homeowners and prevent them from fully enjoying their yards. These insects can also carry diseases such as West Nile, Dengue, and Chikungunya viruses.

Although complete mosquito eradication is not viable, it is possible to reduce mosquito populations to a level that can allow homeowners to enjoy their backyards.

Mosquito Prevention

With the proper guidance and education, homeowners can be capable of taking the right precautionary steps to reduce mosquitoes around their homes. Backyards provide multiple locations for Read More

Commercial Account Maintenance – TNT Small Fly Program

Apr 04th, 2017

I.E.M. (Identify/Exclude/Maintain) is our approach to eliminating small fly problems in your business. This multi-step program will deliver the results that you have been waiting for.

PRE-STEAM TREATMENT – On the initial visit, we will first (Identify) the species of the current fly problem. At that time, we will physically remove debris (Exclude) and clean all critical areas conducive to fly harborages with our TDT Degreaser formula. Key areas to be treated will be soda outake lines, grout behind ice machines, under dishwashers, bars, drains and Read More

Pantry Pests

Apr 04th, 2017

Don’t Let Pantry Pests Take Over Your Home

Pantry pests such as pantry moths, pantry beetles, and weevils contaminate food with live insects, cocoons, webbing, feces, cast skins, dead carcasses, and in some instances bacterial decay.

Where do pantry pests come from?

In private residences pantry pests are usually brought in products from grocery stores and only need small amounts of food to live and breed.

Where do pantry pests live?

Pantry pest infestations are most likely to occur in packages of:

dried pet foods
pet treats

And, other packages that have been Read More

Think You May Have Termites?

Apr 04th, 2017


It is a good idea to know what kind of pest problem you have when you call an exterminator, but how do you distinguish between termites and other wood-destroying insects?  Well, winged ants are often mistaken for winged termites, but characteristics, which can be seen with the unaided eye, will help you differentiate the two insects.  Ants have two pairs of transparent wings of unequal size; termites have four equal-sized wings.  Also, the region of the body behind the wings is “pinched” in ants Read More

Bioremediation & Microsanitation

Jan 25th, 2017


Bioremediation is the remarkable science of using living organisms (microbes) to convert waste material into natural matter. This remarkable technology was first put to use in the 1970′s when the world marveled at this means of cleaning up oceanic oil spills. This technology is now available to the food service industry and provides a completely natural means of drain line cleaning.

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Grease and organic buildup in drain lines is a direct result of ordinary cooking, cleaning and processing food. Drain Read More