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Pied Piper Cosponsors New Eufaula Wetland Project

In an effort to help create educational opportunities, improve water quality and create a unique wildlife habitat, Pied Piper Services is proud to announce our cosponsorship with the new Eufaula Wetland Project. As a local business, we are dedicated to the enrichment of Eufaula and are excited to lend our...

3 Reasons to Get a Termite Inspection

Subterranean termites are a real threat in Oklahoma and Texas because of the unique soil and weather patterns these regions have. While they may not seem like a problem, the average acre of land could have as many as 14 different colonies all searching for food. This equates to potentially...

Enjoy The Outdoors with Effective Mosquito Control

Is your summer fun being ruined by pesky mosquitoes? If you have to cut your backyard gatherings or time by the pool short because of these persistent pests and their itchy, painful bites, The Pied Piper has several cost-effective solutions. If you are ready to make the most of your...

3 Destructive Pests That Could Be Hiding In Your Structure

Whether it's your home or business, you likely don't want your biggest investments being slowly destroyed by unwanted pests. Unfortunately, there are many different destructive pests that may find their way into your structure with little evidence of their existence. To ensure your home or business is safe, check regularly...

Protect Your Structure This Spring with Cricket Control

In early spring, crickets will begin to emerge from eggs that were laid at the end of the previous summer. Although some may enjoy the subtle sound of the chirping that they do in the evening, large populations of crickets can become an unbearable nuisance that inevitably leads to the...

3 Signs You Have a Carpenter Ant Problem

While many ants species that find their way indoors are considered nothing more than a nuisance pest, there is one species that can cause extensive damage to both homes and businesses. Carpenter ants are responsible for extensive property damage as they hollow out wood to build their nests. If you...

Prepare for Pest Birds to Return This Spring

Now that spring is officially here, the arrival of warm temperatures will, unfortunately, also lead to an increase in the amount of pests birds that will be arriving around your home or business. This can lead to an increase in health risks as well as potential damages to your property....

Early Detection Enhances Bed Bug Removal

As bed bugs continue to be found in public places looking to hitch a ride to their next meal, it is more important than ever to understand what bed bugs look like and the best ways to protect your structure from infestation. As with other pests, early detection of bed...

Look for Termite Swarms in the Upcoming Months

Following spring rains, many homeowners and business owners will begin seeing swarms of bugs emerging from the ground, dead trees or foundational cracks. Unfortunately, more often than not, these insects are termite alates or "swarmers". To ensure your home protected from these destructive pests, follow these tips to look for...

Spring Into Action to Prevent Cockroach Infestation

While cockroaches may inhabit a home or business at any point during the year, they typically will thrive in the spring and summer with warmer temperatures. Not only are these creepy pests disturbing, they can be a source of several potential health threats when they take up residence in your...

3 Spring Pests You Should Prepare For Now

Spring is just around the corner and while you may not have seen many pests throughout the winter, they will soon be making themselves known in large numbers. Most of the pests you will find throughout the upcoming season are not only annoying but incredibly persistent making it hard to...

Pied Piper Enhances Bed Bug Control with Aprehend®

It seems like no home or business are safe from the threat of bed bug infestation anymore as these prolific pests begin expanding their dominance in a variety of residential and commercial structures. These bloodsucking pests have started to develop a resistance to traditional pyrethroids and other insecticides commonly used...