When you’re relaxing on your porch and a spider suddenly drops on you from above, your natural reaction might be to jump up in panic. Finding a pile of ants congregating in your kitchen or maggots squirming in your fruit …

Green Pest Services is proud to announce the winners of the 2016 scholarship. These students have proved to be hard-working members of their community who strive to be the best that they can be. We wish each of them the …

Spring is a welcome relief after a cold winter in Alexandria. Less welcome are the swarms of insects that spring brings with it. In spring time, both carpenter ants and termites kick off the mating season by swarming in …

Mice and other rodents can be a serious problem in the winter months, not only wreaking havoc in your kitchen but posing a serious health threat to your family. If you have pets or small children, you’re probably just as …

2015 came and went in the blink of an eye, and now it’s time to make resolutions to make 2016 an even better year than the last. These 5 simple ideas will help your family (and your Chantilly home

Growing up, did you resist the please of your mother to make your bed day after day after day? Do you now, as an adult, pester your own children to do the same?

New research shows that generations of parents …

Whether in your home or outside enjoying the sun, you will come across a lot of insects. With over 950,000 different species of insect, they represent the most diverse group of critters you can run into. With so many kinds …

Some of Arlington’s own top chefs are currently competing in the famous annual DC Brgr Bash. And our chefs aren’t the only ones that love a good outdoor barbecue. This time of year, the streets of Arlington are flooded with …

Green Pest Services’ main focus is on providing you with stellar service and satisfaction guaranteed pest control. However, we also take and pride ourselves in community support and commitment to education. To demonstrate this, we decided to start a scholarship …

One common misconception is that water will kill a pest infestation. Insects can drown, but it’s harder to kill them with water than other living things. They must be submerged for long periods of time. You have to remember, insects …