Although earwigs are an outdoor insect, they become a major problem once they move indoors. They usually invade in the late summer and early fall, generally at night. They have a unique physical appearance, with two pincers protruding from their rear. They are considered pests mainly because of their appearance and foul odor when they are crushed. Treating the interior and exterior of your home is the only way to control earwigs. Our pest control specialists have plenty of experience dealing with these pests in Hamilton and the surrounding areas.