PEST CONTROL SERVICES
Ants are at risk for swarming all year round, but are most common between June and August. Little Black Ants do not cause damage, but can be a nuisance when they make their way into your kitchen. These ants will feed on food/drink especially sweet items and are attracted to crumbs and spills. They do not bore through wood like carpenter ants.
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Rodents can access the home via any cracks or voids in the home from spaces the size of a dime up to a quarter. They can pose house and property threats, and can breed rapidly.
In nature, mice prefer to eat cereal and seeds, but they will also eat insects, nuts and fruits. Inside structures, mice will consume almost any human food, but prefer grain based products.
Cockroaches can pose a serious health risk to humans if they find their way indoors, and are known to spread at least 33 kinds of bacteria including E. coli and Salmonella, as well as parasitic worms. They can be transferred to humans through food contamination.
Their droppings, saliva, and shed skin can also contain potent allergens that can exacerbate asthma symptoms.
Termites are at risk for accessing and eating away at the home or building structure all year round.
If signs of a termite infestation are present, such as mud trails, soft wood, or bubbling paint, give us a call.
We can help by providing methods of Prevention, or if there's already been an infestation we are here to provide Extermination services, and have a license to Rebuild.
Bed Bugs can enter the home via hitch hiking on luggage and clothes. Signs of an infestation include seeing bugs or droppings in mattresses, upholstery, and on walls.
We can help with our safe and effective extermination options.
Camel Crickets are the most common to find their way into homes, and are attracted to spaces similar to their favorite outdoor spots such as damp basements, utility rooms, garages, and crawl spaces.
They are classified as a nuisance pest.
HONEY BEES • WASPS • YELLOW JACKETS • PAPER WASPS • HORNETS
It is advised not to approach a hive or a swarm of bees/wasps without putting on a complete bee suit, call us immediately when spotted. Avoid leaving out empty soda cans, water dishes, and recommend that flowering vegetation be placed away from doorways, decks, sidewalks, mailboxes, and other areas frequented by people.