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Will Smith’s Anger ‘Used to be Me’: Terry Crews Talks Masculinity in Memoir – Newsweek

Posted: April 27, 2022 at 1:51 am

At a time when celebrities are ducking hard questions and hiding behind their publicists, Terry Crews is willing to put it all on the line.

The former NFL linebacker turned film and television star is giving voice to the voiceless, bearing shame, exposing secrets, and embracing a new definition of masculinity in his memoir, Tough: My Journey to True Power.

The deeply personal story published by Penguin Random House, chronicles Crews' interactions with gang leaders in his hometown of Flint, Michigan and his years dealing with childhood poverty (he spent one afternoon stomping "millions of termites" into the carpet of his bedroom floor when a broken heating pipe caused them to pour in...).

The memoir also explores how Crews frequently witnessed his father abuse his mother and the toll it took on him and his siblings, his decades-long battle with anger issues and a pornography addiction and how he finally hit rock bottom both professionally and at home.

"In writing this book, I had to show how far I've come," Crews told Newsweek in a recent phone interview. "It does no good to say 'I was already a great guy, and I got a little bit better.' That's not what happened and I had to be real about what I've been through."

He also addresses the highs and lows of his 7-year career with the NFL (one day at practice he realized, "wait a minute, I don't actually like football,") and how he abandoned the sport for a career in Hollywood instead.

He discusses his movie roles like Idiocracy, The Expendables and Blended, and television shows such as America's Got Talent, Everybody Hates Chris, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Crews also gets real about Hollywood elitism, racial and social justice, breaking free of addiction, and his experience supporting the #MeToo movement.

Having been a victim of a sexual assault himself when powerhouse agent Adam Venit groped him at a party in 2016, Crews became one of the few men to speak out among a sea of women early in the movement against sexual abuse and harassment.

"The women that came forward before me gave me the courage to come forward with my own story," he said, acknowledging that men used to say guys like him couldn't be victims.

"I remember a time when people told me 'it's impossible for you to get sexually assaulted. You're too big.' But that's like saying you're too big to get shot," he said. He explained that he's learned that the #MeToo movement, "isn't a woman's issue. It's a humanity issue."

After telling his own story which led to the ousting of one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, Crews was asked by Nobel Peace Prize nominee Amanda Nguyen to testify before Congress as a victim of sexual abuse. "That moment was the most impactful thing I've ever done in my entire life," he said. "Man and woman had come together to fight this problem."

Today, Crews is frequently thanked by victims of abuse both female and male. "By me coming forward, a lot of men started to understand different times in their lives where their own lines were crossed that they hadn't recognized as abuse at the time."

Beyond his #MeToo contributions, Crews experienced a personal awakening in dealing with his anger issues as well. "I used to have a temper where I would just go off and go so overboard," he said, adding that his book is timely coming out so soon after the infamous slap incident of Will Smith and Chris Rock at the Academy Awards last month.

"I know what Will Smith was feeling because that used to be me. I can understand the anger that Will had, and there are times I've done worse than what he did." Crews said he remembers ruining events and evenings because of his unresolved anger issues.

"It wasn't until I was Chris Rock and was (the one) assaulted and decided not to hit back that I realized (how far I'd come). The decision to go another way and not react out of anger (after Venit's assault) saved my life," he said.

Crews explained that looking back he can relate to both men because, like Smith, there were times "where I had meltdowns of my own," and, like Rock, he eventually learned to restrain himself during tense moments. "One day I was Will, and one day I was Chris. I empathize with and understand both men," he said.

Before learning to deal with his anger, it had become bad enough that he said his wife told him, "'I am going to leave you,' and I was like I have to change." Part of dealing with such raw emotion meant having to reevaluate what it means to be a man and what he really wanted out of his marriage.

"Growing up, I was always told that to be a man you had to take ownership of your house and everyone in it. The attitude was 'get your wife in line' and how everyone had to do whatever (the man of the house) said. It's a message I got loud and clear, but it was wrong," he explained. "I had to realize that you cannot love someone and control them at the same time. Your significant other needs to be appreciated, not treated as a possession."

Crews said that during much of his life he felt there were two Terry's: the successful, giant of a man the world saw and someone else privately battling his inner demons. "The problem for me was always image," he said. Eventually, "Terry Crews went from fiction to non-fiction."

He said that by acknowledging the parts of himself that needed to change and through years of hard work at home, at church, and in therapy, things finally turned around. "I love this new place of honesty where I'm one person as opposed to two different people," he said. "It's refreshing when the internal work you've done on yourself matches the external success that everyone else can see."

These days, Crews has come to embrace transparency, vulnerability, and openness; and said he no longer shies away from past mistakes or the shame he's carried around for too long. "It's only in acknowledging my problems that they lose power," he said. "Most people think they are all alone, that they're the only ones on earth going through something. But when you find out you're not alone, it's eye opening."

Despite his successful evolution, he said he recognized early on that true personal transformation takes time and great effort and that he'd never be able to grow until he understood what was behind a lot of his shame and anger. "A lot of people will never hesitate to tell you that you are broken, that you don't have what it takes to improve," he said.

He explained that he was raised in an environment where he was told negative messages about himself and others all the time and that it took a long time to finally root out the false beliefs he'd adopted in his parents' home. "It really hurts to grow," he said. "You have to be tough."

Tough: My Journey to True Power is available beginning April 26 wherever books are sold.

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Termite Control Market | Research Report, Overview By Regional Outlook, Top Key Players, Opportunities, Key Drivers, Application To 2029 The New York…

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Will Ghosts Give Jay The Power The See Spirits After The Season 1 Finale? The Showrunners Weigh In – CinemaBlend

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Spoilers ahead for the Season 1 finale of Ghosts on CBS, called Farnsby & B.

Ghosts got off to about as good a start as could be expected for Jay and Sam as they prepared for the imminent arrivals of their first guests, and even the discovery of termites in the basement (with commentary from the cholera ghosts) didnt deter their plans. Unfortunately, Thorfinn came out and admitted that hed placed a Norse curse on the house, and the Farnsbys came up with a plot to stop them from ever succeeding with their B&B. Just when it seemed like they won the day and all was well, there was an incident that could mean bad news for Jay. Or good news, depending on your perspective!

There were plenty of laughs in the Season 1 finale, and my standouts were definitely Thorfinns dramatic reveal that the impossible-to-procure ingredients for the potion to break the curse were a pound of sugar and dash of cinnamon. Plus, Pete being delighted by the Farnsbys naming their B&B as the Farnsby & B was fun, and even the news that Jay was only a pickleball expert in video games wasnt enough to ruin their plans. They won the game against the Farnsbys by default which, as Jay pointed out, still counts and opened the door to welcome their guests only for the termite-weakened floor to give out, and Sam and Jay to fall down to the basement below.

The floor giving out after they decided not to tent the house was certainly ironic in its own way, but not 100% played for laughs. Sam was moving, and Jay seemed unconscious at best. While I think its safe to say that this sitcom didnt kill off Jay after just one season, he may have taken the kind of knock to the noggin that left Sam able to see ghosts early in the series. So, will he and his wife both be seeing spirits in Season 2? Co-showrunners Joe Wiseman and Joe Port didnt deal all the details, but did weigh in on Jays potential injuries to TVLine, with Port saying about how concerned fans should be:

Well, I dont know. Thats something that is left to be seen about what happens in the aftermath of their fall.

Something that is left to be seen seems like a pretty safe way to tease whats to come in Season 2, but hopefully the mention of the aftermath means that Ghosts wont pick up with a time jump away from what happened. Joe Wiseman chimed in on whether its in the realm of possibility for Jay, like Sam, to gain the ability to see ghosts after taking a big fall:

I guess anythings possible on this show. If people want to speculate, Im not going to ruin any sort of speculation that people want to do.

Since Ghosts has already been renewed for Season 2 but not yet given a premiere date for the 2022-2023 TV season, fans will have plenty of time to rewatch Season 1 (available streaming with a Paramount+ subscription) and speculate about what the ending means for Sam and Jay. Joe Port elaborated on his co-showrunners comment about speculation to explain why nothing is out of the question on Ghosts:

We have a term in writing in sitcom rooms called schmuckbait. It means like something that is a cliffhanger that could never happen or stakes that could never happen, like the main character dying. In Seinfeld, Jerrys not going die although they did kill Georges fiance. But in this show, literally and genuinely, anything like that could happen. Its well within the realm of possibilities because dying doesnt mean saying goodbye. Now that doesnt mean that were doing that with Jay at this moment. But Im just saying theres a higher bar for schmuckbait on this show.

Jay and Sam are both presumably going to be back in Season 2 (hopefully with the whole cast), but the co-showrunners wouldnt confirm if both will be among the living or if Jay will also be able to interact with their spirit roommates. Personally, I would enjoy seeing Jay spend an episode or two able to see the ghosts, but some of my favorite humor of the show comes from Jay just rolling with Sams conversations with the ghosts.

It wouldnt be the same if he could see them too. It would be like Trevor suddenly getting to wear pants every week! Still, changes are bound to happen anyway. Assuming that they manage to take care of the termite problem and open their B&B, there will be plenty of people around who cant see ghosts.

For now, fans can only wait and wonder about what comes next. The end of Ghosts first season on CBS is one of the earliest big finales in the spring TV finale schedule, so there is plenty of exciting TV left before the end of the 2021-2022 season. For some replacement viewing options, check out our 2022 TV schedule.

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The Difference Between Composite and Wood Decking (and How to Choose) – Lifehacker Australia

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Decks can be a popular addition that allows you to better enjoy your outdoor space and to increase the value of your home. But when it comes time to choose between composite, hard wood, and even hybrid, there are several factors to consider, including cost, durability, and aesthetic.

The two main types of deck boards you can buy are composite, which can cost anywhere between $60 and $100, and timber, which averages between $12 and $35 per metre. There are also hybrid deck boards that have both elements and are popular in Europe, but are becoming more available in the U.S., as well. Within these categories, there is a range of material types that affect cost and application. Some things to consider when choosing the best materials for the surface of your deck are climate, durability, cost, and whether you want to be able to paint it.

Heres what to know about the different types of decking to help you decipher the labels and choose the one thats right for your needs.

Composite plastic decking comes in three types: PVC, polypropylene plastic, and polyethylene plastic. These three types can range in price from about $90 and $130 and can cost more or less, depending on the design of your deck.

The advantages of plastic composite decking are that it is termite and rot-proof, it holds up well to the elements, and it can last up to twice as long as wooden decking. The disadvantages are that some types of composite decking cant be painted, it can be slippery and needs to be textured to prevent falls around pools or after rainfall, and all of your sawdust needs to be contained and disposed of because it isnt biodegradable and will persist in soil for years.

Wooden decking comes in pressure-treated varieties that cost between $5 and $50 per metre. Some hardwood can run between $3.60 and $7 per linear metre, but be aware that not all deck boards are the same width, so the price per square metre might be more expensive than you would expect make sure to get the price per square metre for an accurate price comparison.

Pros for wooden decking are aesthetics and price because it can be cheaper than composite decking and can be repainted or refinished many times. It also tends to be less slippery when its wet and can be easily modified to be slip-resistant. Cons for wooden decking are that while it can be termite and pest-resistant, no wood is completely termite proof. In addition, in climates where temperatures fluctuate widely. and freezing can occur, wooden decking can swell and crack if there are any gaps in the finish, leaving it vulnerable to the elements.

For the sake of comparison, composite decking usually has a higher initial investment, but will outlast most wooden decks, so long-term it can be the cheaper option. It also has the advantage of adding to the resale value of your home if you plan to sell. Wooden decks are cheaper up front, and can be more simply modified. In addition to costing less for materials, wooden decks also cost less in labour because of the extra work of capturing and disposing of sawdust from plastic deck boards.

Other factors that will affect the cost of a new deck are things like shape and configuration. For example, its much cheaper to build a deck on a flat surface than on a slope. If you like the look of wood, going with a sturdy hardwood is a good choice because some hardwoods, such as ironwood, are practically impervious to termites and are also resistant to scratching. These options tend to be the most expensive, but they also tend to last the longest and require less maintenance.

Some composite decking is paintable and some isnt, so thats an important thing to keep in mind. Some types of plastic decking will fade in sunlight while others will retain their colour, so choosing a type that can be repainted or one that is fade-resistant is important in full sun areas.

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Alone in a Room, A Writer Is Never Lonely – The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

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The room where I write is actually my office. I love my office. It is back behind the garage in a space that used to be filled with rusted cans, rakes, shovels, old hoses, a wheel barrow and grass seed, and smelled of gasoline, oil and dirt. The floor was hard-packed soil, and termites had eaten their way into the southwest corner, leaving tiny mud pyramids of dark dirt and dust. Thats what it looked like when I first pried open the door and looked at that neglected section of the garage for the first time.

It reminded me of the garage I played in as a child. We called it The Barn. It had large, sliding doors with transom windows that suffered numerous traumatic assaults from my tennis practice. The Barn had three bays and held relics from my fathers life. A 12-pound shot that he used to win the NJ state shot put title while in high school, wooden-shafted golf clubs, half-hulls, a pair of boxing gloves, and his current love-car, which changed every few years.

He had an eye for classic cars: the 1959 powder blue Mercedes 190 SL with the ivory steering wheel, Blaupunkt radio and convertible top. The white 1959 Austin Healy with an overdrive button on the dashboard I was afraid to push. The Singer convertible roadster with the steering wheel on the right-hand side and a wooden frame that one day broke, sending a rear wheel hurtling past us and down the street.

The Barn was a magical place that revealed new secrets each time I rolled back its giant, rumbling doors. Everybody needs a place with secrets and a place they can tell their secrets to.

When I decided to convert my current garage space to an office, I hired the carpenter who had created the magnificent great room in our house. His company was This Whole House. His name was Scott Graupner. He loved the blues and the Rolling Stones, dreamed about finishing the home he was building in Maine and was a superb finish carpenter.

I wanted the office to have the same feel as the Great Room. That meant random-width, rough-sawn pine boards on the walls, boxed collar ties in the ceiling, yellow pine floor and a built-in, hand-made desktop built along the northern, gable-end wall. The desktop was long enough for two people to sit at with a cubby underneath for the printer.

Sitting at my place in the northeast corner, I can look out the window and watch the rays of the setting sun weave through the pine and scrub oak behind the building. In the spring I watch the orange tiger lilies come into bloom, and in the fall I see the sun march to the west as the days grow shorter. (This afternoon, as I write this, it is snowing and I watch the snow fill up the branches and feel quite cozy and safe inside.)

The walls and bookshelves are filled with the flotsam of my own life. They constantly stir my memory and give comfort just by being there. Above my head in front of me is a large framed photo I took during the 2015 Figawi race to Nantucket from the bow of the boat I was crewing on (Trinity). The fleet was on a broad reach and 17 of the 200 boats in the race are splayed out across the horizon in front me, straining forward on a rich, blue-green sea that had suddenly been lit up by a burst of sunlight. I took the picture and seconds later that rich color was gone. I felt like I had caught lightning in a bottle.

To my right, pinned to the wall, is a small banner that reads Sobhy Squash Camp 2018. It is a reminder of how I survived three days of intensive squash training in Baltimore with 16-year-olds, middle-agers and one other senior in preparation for the World Senior Masters Squash Championships, which was to be held in Charlottesville, Va, that summer. I was so tired the first night after training, I was afraid to go to sleep for fear I wouldnt wake up.

To my right on the wall is a half-hull and a print of a Napoleonic era, three-masted ship of the line Windsor Castle. Behind me are bookshelves with pictures of my children when they were young, office supplies, and a poster from 1983 the French Open which I covered for World Tennis magazine and watched the first Frenchman in 37 years, Yannick Noah, win the title. It was the last time any Grand Slam tourney was won with a wooden racket.

Next to the door, sitting on a small file cabinet is a wooden pond yacht. Years ago, when I mentioned to my fiance that I owned a pond yacht, she later said how she had looked forward to sailing on it and was so disappointed to learn that it was a foot-and-half long.

On the wall above it is an etching of a working lake shack, with an aged, balding man standing in the center, a damp rag or hat in his right hand. It is signed by Lionel Barrymore, the famed actor who wanted to be an artist, but was pushed by his parents into the family business.

Scott finished the office in 2007 and I am eternally grateful. He created a special place that is a true refuge and where I have written contracts, social media, blog posts, personal essays, thank-you notes, articles about Holmes Hole races and a eulogy for my mother who is buried in Vineyard Haven. They say writing is a lonely endeavor. But thats not true, not when you have a sacred, vital space to pursue it in.

David Lott lives in Vineyard Haven.

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Editorial: Be mindful of ticks as you enjoy the great outdoors – Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

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Weve now spent over two years focused on COVID-19 rightly so, of course though weve thankfully reached a point at which the worst of it seems behind us, we hope. With that, and the coming of warm weather, people are naturally itching to get back out into the world to do all the things we loved to do before the coronavirus came.

Pennsylvania and particularly our corner of the state is blessed with beautiful scenery and ample opportunities for outdoor recreation. We would encourage you to get out and enjoy. We also want to remind folks about a risk that the great outdoors continues to pose: tick-borne illnesses.

Regular readers of Dr. Alfred Casales To Your Health column may have seen his recent piece about this seasonal risk, and how to keep yourself safe. Wed like to reiterate that message here.

Deer ticks, known for spreading Lyme disease and other illnesses, are expected to be prevalent this spring, according to the National Pest Management Association.

A warm winter followed by a rainy spring tends to bring out ticks, along with other pests like mosquitoes and termites, across the country.

To compound matters, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protections Tick Surveillance and Testing Program has identified a rare but dangerous disease in more than 80 percent of ticks sampled at recreational areas across the state, including a site in Wyoming County, Dr. Casale noted. Deer tick virus (DTV) is a form of Powassan virus, and symptoms may include fever, headache, vomiting and weakness.

Then theres Lyme disease, the much more well-known tick-borne illness that can cause symptoms of:

Flu-like illness

Join pain and swelling

Headache

Bells palsy or facial nerve paralysis

Extreme fatigue

We arent trying to scare anyone; we simply want to remind everyone to take the necessary precautions, because these diseases pose more than a minor risk.

As the state Department of Health points out, Lyme disease is one of the most common reportable infectious diseases in Pennsylvania. While as many as 10,000 to 12,000 cases are reported in the state each year, the Centers for Disease Control estimates that number of Lyme cases is about ten times the reported number potentially as many as 100,000 cases across Pennsylvania, or about one case for every 100 people.

Dr. Casale points out that the disease can lead to inflammation of the membranes around the brain, facial paralysis and numbness and weakness of the muscles, though the sign most often associated with Lyme disease is the bullseye rash that can form around the site of the tick bite.

Not everyone who contracts Lyme disease develops the rash, however, and the disease can be notoriously difficult to diagnose.

Lyme disease can be treated with antibiotics, especially when detected and treated early, but prevention is the best defense against Lyme disease and DTV, both of which can have serious and long-lasting impacts on your health, Dr. Casale adds.

If you live or regularly spend time in an area known for deer ticks:

Wear long pants and sleeves while outside

Use a chemical insect repellent with DEET, permethrin or picaridin

Check yourself and your pets for ticks when you return indoors

Shower soon after spending time outdoors

Ticks can gravitate toward hard-to-see places on your body, like your armpits, groin or scalp, so be sure to inspect yourself thoroughly.

If you do find a tick or tick bite, Dr. Casale notes that the tick needs to be burrowed in for a certain period of time to transmit Lyme disease. If you think the tick may have been on you for 24 hours or more, contact your primary care physician and discuss your risks.

For more information, also visit http://www.health.pa.gov.

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Outlook on the Pest Control Global Market to 2026 – by Method, Pest Type, Application and Region – GlobeNewswire

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Dublin, April 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Pest Control Market: Analysis By Method, By Pest Type, By Application, By Region Size and Trends with Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast up to 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The global pest control market was valued at US$22.01 billion in 2021 and is expected to grow to US$28.32 billion by 2026. Pest control is the process of eliminating pests or preventing them from reproducing, developing, or migrating. Pests can cause major problems, such as health issues, depending on the kind of species they are.

Not only that, but bugs can cause property harm because they infest buildings, crops and the whole environment. Because of the presence of house flies, bed bugs, cockroaches, and other insects in areas where there are human activities, pest control management has become increasingly crucial in recent years.

The four common methods of pest control process are chemical, biological, mechanical, and software and service. For a wide range of area, chemical method is more convenient than others. The pest control market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.10% over the forecast period of 2022-2026.

Market Segmentation Analysis:

Global Pest Control Market Dynamics:

Impact Analysis of COVID-19 and Way Forward:

Like many other industries the global pest control market also experienced a slowdown, especially during the first half of 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic. Due to lockdown restrictions and business closures, many pest control services were stopped. As more businesses reopened after the closure, the need for pest control services for commercial facilities grew. The rise in reopening of economies and surge in economic activities in the second half of 2020 has resulted in a resurgence in pest control revenue around the world. The adoption of new technologies and procedures would boost the global pest control market forward in the coming years.

Competitive Landscape:

The global Pest control market is fragmented. However, North America pest control market is less fragmented than the global.

The key players of the global pest control market are:

Rentokil, and more recently Anticimex, have been the most active, in part because they still lack scale in some US markets. Ecolab has a large commercial pest control business, but that comprises less than 5% of Group revenue. Chemicals manufacturers like BASF and Bayer also have product lines oriented at pest control. Pest Control players in Asia include Japan's Ikari and Sanix. In terms of application, Rollins and Terminix appear to be more diverse. Rollin and Terminix are mostly the US exposed.

Consolidation has been a significant part for the Pest Control sector. Because of the significant benefits from route density and the fragmented nature of the market, M&A can lead to significant margin expansion.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction2.1 Pest control: An Overview2.1.1 History of Pest Control2.1.2 Common Methods of Pest Control2.1.3 Process of Pest Control2.1.4 Advantages of Pest Control2.2 Pest Control Segmentation: An Overview

3. Global Market Analysis3.1 Global Pest Control Market: An Analysis3.1.1 Global Pest Control Market by Value3.1.2 Global Pest Control Market by Method (Chemical, Mechanical, Biological and Others)3.1.3 Global Pest Control Market by Pest Type (Insect, Termite, Rodent and Others)3.1.4 Global Pest Control Market by Application (Commercial, Residential, Agricultural and Others)3.1.5 Global Pest Control Market by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa)3.2 Global Pest Control Market: Method Analysis3.2.1 Global Chemical Pest Control Market by Value3.2.2 Global Mechanical Pest Control Market by Value3.2.3 Global Biological Pest Control Market by Value3.2.4 Global Others Pest Control Market by Value3.3 Global Pest Control Market: Pest Type Analysis3.3.1 Global Insect Pest Control Market by Value3.3.2 Global Termite Pest Control Market by Value3.3.3 Global Rodent Pest Control Market by Value3.3.4 Global Others Pest Control Market by Value3.4 Global Pest Control Market: Application Analysis3.4.1 Global Commercial Pest Control Market by Value3.4.2 Global Residential Pest Control Market by Value3.4.3 Global Agricultural Pest Control Market by Value3.4.4 Global Others Pest Control Market by Value

4. Regional Market Analysis4.1 North America Pest Control Market: An Analysis4.1.1 North America Pest Control Market by Value4.1.2 North America Pest Control Market by Region (The US and Rest of North America)4.1.3 The US Pest Control Market by Value4.1.4 The US Pest Control Market by Application (Residential, Commercial and Others)4.1.5 The US Residential Pest Control Market by value4.1.6 The US Commercial Pest Control Market by value4.1.7 The US Others Pest Control Market by value4.1.8 Rest of North America Pest Control Market by value4.2 Europe Pest control Market: An Analysis4.2.1 Europe Pest control Market by Value4.3 Asia Pacific Pest control Market: An Analysis4.3.1 Asia Pacific Pest control Market by Value4.4 Latin America Pest control Market: An Analysis4.4.1 Latin America Pest control Market by Value4.5 Middle East & Africa Pest control Market: An Analysis4.5.1 Middle East & Africa Pest control Market by Value

5. Impact of COVID-195.1 Impact of COVID-19 on Pest Control Industry 5.1.1 Pest control is Vital during COVID-195.2 Post COVID-19 Impact

6. Market Dynamics6.1 Growth Drivers6.1.1 Changing Climate Condition6.1.2 Rapid Urbanization6.1.3 Infrastructure Development6.1.4 Rising Industrial Activities6.1.5 Rise in the Number of Fatal Vector-Borne Diseases6.1.6 Rising Awareness about Cleanliness, Hygiene and Health6.2 Challenges6.2.1 Rising Concerns regarding the Harmful Impact of Pesticides6.2.2 Lack of Skilled Manpower in Developing Regions6.3 Market Trends6.3.1 Adoption of AI based Technologies6.3.2 Increasing Demand of IoT Devices Globally6.3.3 Modern Technologies6.3.4 Integrated Pest Management6.3.5 Shift towards Biopesticides

7. Competitive Landscape7.1 Global Pest Control Market Players: A Financial Comparison7.2 Global Pest Control Players by Market Share7.3 North America Pest Control Market Players by Service Line Comparison7.4 North America Pest Control Players by Market Share

8. Company Profiles8.1 Rentokil Initial8.1.1 Business Overview8.1.2 Operating Segments8.1.3 Business Strategy8.2 Rollins, Inc.8.2.1 Business Overview8.2.2 Operating Segments8.2.3 Business Strategy8.3 Terminix Global Holdings, Inc. (Terminix)8.3.1 Business Overview8.3.2 Operating Segments8.3.3 Business Strategy8.4 Ecolab Inc. 8.4.1 Business Overview8.4.2 Operating Segments8.4.3 Business Strategy8.5 BASF8.5.1 Business Overview8.5.2 Operating Segments8.5.3 Business Strategy8.6 Bayer AG8.6.1 Business Overview8.6.2 Operating Segments8.6.3 Business Strategy8.7 Anticimex8.7.1 Business Overview8.7.2 Operating Segments8.7.3 Business Strategy8.8 Cleankill Pest Control8.8.1 Business Overview8.8.2 Business Strategy8.9 Bell Laboratories, Inc.8.9.1 Business Overview8.9.2 Business Strategy8.10 Dodson Pest Control8.10.1 Business Overview8.1 Rentokil Initial8.10.1 Business Overview8.10.2 Operating Segments8.10.3 Business Strategy

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‘Borrow My Flame Thrower’: Internet Freaks Out at Termite Infestation Video – Newsweek

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One man's discovery of termites at his home has shocked the internet after he shared a video of the unwelcome visitors online.

In a post on Reddit's popular r/Wellthatsucks forum, Deion from South Floridawho uses the handle curiositykeepsmeupsaid: "I've been hearing clicking sounds in my room for months and thought I was going crazy. Today I was replacing my bed frame and my toes cracked through the flooring. Needless to say, I have a termite infestation."

In the video, lots of the creepy crawlies can be seen in the wood running around. Not a rare sight in the U.S. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says that every year termites cause billions of dollars in structural damagenoting that property owners will spend over $2 billion treating them in one year. There are more than 2,000 species of termite, 50 of which can be found in the United States.

Termites are subterranean insects that feed on wood. Found all year round, they are remarkably similar to ants but can be incredibly destructive when they feed on wooden structures. Alongside wood, termites are attracted to moisture which means any cracks in building exteriors can cause a big termite problem.

Deion told Newsweek: "I discovered the infestation while rearranging my bedroom. When I took my bed frame out, my toes cracked through the wood flooring in a few places. That's when they started swarming out of their tunnel."

"You can borrow my flame thrower if you'd like," wrote one commenter on the Reddit post that now has more than 30,000 upvotes.

Another commenter said: "Oh well that's just lovely. What was your reaction when you saw them? Because I think I would scream lol."

While there is no official government body that records termite numbers in the U.S., foundations repair company Groundworks lists the states with the worst risk of termite damage. Florida takes the top spot for most termite damage, followed by Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama.

Deion replied, saying: "I've never experienced heebie-jeebies the way I experienced it today."

"I currently have exterminators at my home treating my bedroom," said Deion: "Which happened to be the only area in the house which was infested, and they are also treating the palm trees outside that bedroom."

The EPA says the first thing to do if you have a termite infestation is to choose a pest control company that is licensed in your state. Often removed using pesticides, your state regulatory agency will determine what can be used in your area. The EPA says that it can be a good idea to ask to see the pesticide labelensuring that the product is intended for controlling termites. The time required between treatment and being able to re-enter your residence can also vary, so it is important to be sure of this before you return home.

"Congratulations," wrote another Redditor: "This is the worst thing I've seen all day." Another commenter simply advised: "Burn your house."

"That's wild," said another reply: "Hopefully the exterminator is able to get rid of them before they cause too much damage, they cause so many problems."

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Pest control business thrives after 45 years | News | warrenrecord.com – warrenrecord.com

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A&S Pest Control in Norlina has been serving Warren and surrounding counties and points beyond for 45 years, ridding homes, businesses and other structures of the insects, rodents and mold that want to wreak havoc everywhere.

President and CEO John Earl Alston credits a childhood interest in insects with providing the inspiration that eventually led him and Earl Shearin to establish the business in the late 1970s.

As a child, Alston did not shy away from colonies of ants as other children might. Instead, he loved to catch them and put them in a jar to observe their habits. He went on to attend NC State University, where he majored in Agricultural Pest Control, which focused on controlling pests on crops.

Alston then worked for Orkin for about six months. While there, he met Earl Shearin, whom he told about his dream to go into business for himself. Alston recalled that he was 21 at the time.

Together, Alston and Shearin made that entrepreneurial dream come true, establishing A&S Pest Control in 1977. Shearin left after a few months to pursue a career in law enforcement. The business still retains its original name, which reflects the last names of its founders.

A&S opened in the home of Alstons parents, the late Roscoe and Martha Alston, and later moved to an office building at Alstons home in Ridgeway. In 2006, the business moved to its current location on U.S. Highway 1 in Norlina.

Today, A&S Pest Control is licensed in both North Carolina and Virginia, and includes five pest control technicians and three administrative staff members. Its clientele base covers Warren and surrounding counties, Wake County and locations in Virginia.

A&S handles ants, termites, mosquitoes, bed bugs, fleas, rodents and mold/moisture problems. Alston has observed fluctuations in the demand for treatment for certain pests over time, but there is one insect that remains the nemesis of homeowners and businesses the termite.

Whether the need is prevention or eradication, A&S is ready to assist its clients with a range of treatments, including pre-construction. Currently, one of the business largest projects involves termite treatment related to the expansion of Glen Ravens Norlina plant.

While the demand for termite treatments has remained steady, Alston has observed that calls for bed bug treatments have increased over the past 10 years. A&S has also received a number of calls for interior mold cleanup at places of worship that were closed for some time during the COVID-19 pandemic. Also popular now are mold control treatments for crawl spaces in the home.

No matter pest, mold or moisture problem facing the homeowner, business, place of worship or other facility, A&S can recommend a treatment program based upon the individual need.

For homeowners, that can be anything from regular service every three months to handle general concerns to treatments designed for specific pests, such as ants or mosquitoes.

For commercial operations, the recommended program of treatment would depend on the site. Regular servicing for restaurants and hotels would follow a monthly schedule rather than the quarterly schedule typically recommended for homes.

Alston loves being able to operate his business right here in Warren County, where he and his parents grew up and where he graduated from Norlina High School.

That family connection extends further today. Alston finds it especially meaningful that several members of his family have become part of his business family: brother Wendell Alston, son Thomas Freeman, grandson YMijer Alston, nephew Torrey Brothers and his son, Alston Brothers.

Alston treasures the friendships that A&S Pest Control has allowed him to develop, and, in many cases, multiple generations of families have depended upon the business for their pest control services.

I meet lots of people now who say, I remember when you did my granddaddys house, he said.

For Alston, A&S Pest Control is much more than a business. It is an important part of the local community.

I get a chance to meet a lot of people. I have met a lot of good friends, he said. I enjoy being able to provide work for people who want to work and help homeowners solve their pest problems.

A&S Pest Control, located at 281 US Hwy. 1 South, Norlina, is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. For more information, call 252-456-2362, visit the website aspestcontrolnc.com or email bugman27563@earthlink.net.

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The Worldwide Pest Control Industry is Expected to Reach $28.3 Billion by 2026 – PR Newswire

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DUBLIN, April 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The "Global Pest Control Market: Analysis By Method, By Pest Type, By Application, By Region Size and Trends with Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast up to 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The global pest control market was valued at US$22.01 billion in 2021 and is expected to grow to US$28.32 billion by 2026. Pest control is the process of eliminating pests or preventing them from reproducing, developing, or migrating. Pests can cause major problems, such as health issues, depending on the kind of species they are.

Not only that, but bugs can cause property harm because they infest buildings, crops and the whole environment. Because of the presence of house flies, bed bugs, cockroaches, and other insects in areas where there are human activities, pest control management has become increasingly crucial in recent years.

The four common methods of pest control process are chemical, biological, mechanical, and software and service. For a wide range of area, chemical method is more convenient than others. The pest control market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.10% over the forecast period of 2022-2026.

Market Segmentation Analysis:

Global Pest Control Market Dynamics:

Impact Analysis of COVID-19 and Way Forward:

Like many other industries the global pest control market also experienced a slowdown, especially during the first half of 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic. Due to lockdown restrictions and business closures, many pest control services were stopped. As more businesses reopened after the closure, the need for pest control services for commercial facilities grew. The rise in reopening of economies and surge in economic activities in the second half of 2020 has resulted in a resurgence in pest control revenue around the world. The adoption of new technologies and procedures would boost the global pest control market forward in the coming years.

Competitive Landscape:

The global Pest control market is fragmented. However, North America pest control market is less fragmented than the global.

The key players of the global pest control market are:

Rentokil, and more recently Anticimex, have been the most active, in part because they still lack scale in some US markets. Ecolab has a large commercial pest control business, but that comprises less than 5% of Group revenue. Chemicals manufacturers like BASF and Bayer also have product lines oriented at pest control. Pest Control players in Asia include Japan's Ikari and Sanix. In terms of application, Rollins and Terminix appear to be more diverse. Rollin and Terminix are mostly the US exposed.

Consolidation has been a significant part for the Pest Control sector. Because of the significant benefits from route density and the fragmented nature of the market, M&A can lead to significant margin expansion.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction2.1 Pest control: An Overview2.1.1 History of Pest Control2.1.2 Common Methods of Pest Control2.1.3 Process of Pest Control2.1.4 Advantages of Pest Control2.2 Pest Control Segmentation: An Overview

3. Global Market Analysis3.1 Global Pest Control Market: An Analysis3.1.1 Global Pest Control Market by Value3.1.2 Global Pest Control Market by Method (Chemical, Mechanical, Biological and Others)3.1.3 Global Pest Control Market by Pest Type (Insect, Termite, Rodent and Others)3.1.4 Global Pest Control Market by Application (Commercial, Residential, Agricultural and Others)3.1.5 Global Pest Control Market by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa)3.2 Global Pest Control Market: Method Analysis3.2.1 Global Chemical Pest Control Market by Value3.2.2 Global Mechanical Pest Control Market by Value3.2.3 Global Biological Pest Control Market by Value3.2.4 Global Others Pest Control Market by Value3.3 Global Pest Control Market: Pest Type Analysis3.3.1 Global Insect Pest Control Market by Value3.3.2 Global Termite Pest Control Market by Value3.3.3 Global Rodent Pest Control Market by Value3.3.4 Global Others Pest Control Market by Value3.4 Global Pest Control Market: Application Analysis3.4.1 Global Commercial Pest Control Market by Value3.4.2 Global Residential Pest Control Market by Value3.4.3 Global Agricultural Pest Control Market by Value3.4.4 Global Others Pest Control Market by Value

4. Regional Market Analysis4.1 North America Pest Control Market: An Analysis4.1.1 North America Pest Control Market by Value4.1.2 North America Pest Control Market by Region (The US and Rest of North America)4.1.3 The US Pest Control Market by Value4.1.4 The US Pest Control Market by Application (Residential, Commercial and Others)4.1.5 The US Residential Pest Control Market by value4.1.6 The US Commercial Pest Control Market by value4.1.7 The US Others Pest Control Market by value4.1.8 Rest of North America Pest Control Market by value4.2 Europe Pest control Market: An Analysis4.2.1 Europe Pest control Market by Value4.3 Asia Pacific Pest control Market: An Analysis4.3.1 Asia Pacific Pest control Market by Value4.4 Latin America Pest control Market: An Analysis4.4.1 Latin America Pest control Market by Value4.5 Middle East & Africa Pest control Market: An Analysis4.5.1 Middle East & Africa Pest control Market by Value

5. Impact of COVID-195.1 Impact of COVID-19 on Pest Control Industry 5.1.1 Pest control is Vital during COVID-195.2 Post COVID-19 Impact

6. Market Dynamics6.1 Growth Drivers6.1.1 Changing Climate Condition6.1.2 Rapid Urbanization6.1.3 Infrastructure Development6.1.4 Rising Industrial Activities6.1.5 Rise in the Number of Fatal Vector-Borne Diseases6.1.6 Rising Awareness about Cleanliness, Hygiene and Health6.2 Challenges6.2.1 Rising Concerns regarding the Harmful Impact of Pesticides6.2.2 Lack of Skilled Manpower in Developing Regions6.3 Market Trends6.3.1 Adoption of AI based Technologies6.3.2 Increasing Demand of IoT Devices Globally6.3.3 Modern Technologies6.3.4 Integrated Pest Management6.3.5 Shift towards Biopesticides

7. Competitive Landscape7.1 Global Pest Control Market Players: A Financial Comparison7.2 Global Pest Control Players by Market Share7.3 North America Pest Control Market Players by Service Line Comparison7.4 North America Pest Control Players by Market Share

8. Company Profiles8.1 Rentokil Initial8.1.1 Business Overview8.1.2 Operating Segments8.1.3 Business Strategy8.2 Rollins, Inc.8.2.1 Business Overview8.2.2 Operating Segments8.2.3 Business Strategy8.3 Terminix Global Holdings, Inc. (Terminix)8.3.1 Business Overview8.3.2 Operating Segments8.3.3 Business Strategy8.4 Ecolab Inc. 8.4.1 Business Overview8.4.2 Operating Segments8.4.3 Business Strategy8.5 BASF8.5.1 Business Overview8.5.2 Operating Segments8.5.3 Business Strategy8.6 Bayer AG8.6.1 Business Overview8.6.2 Operating Segments8.6.3 Business Strategy8.7 Anticimex8.7.1 Business Overview8.7.2 Operating Segments8.7.3 Business Strategy8.8 Cleankill Pest Control8.8.1 Business Overview8.8.2 Business Strategy8.9 Bell Laboratories, Inc.8.9.1 Business Overview8.9.2 Business Strategy8.10 Dodson Pest Control8.10.1 Business Overview8.1 Rentokil Initial8.10.1 Business Overview8.10.2 Operating Segments8.10.3 Business Strategy

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