How can something so small create such havoc? Ants are one of the most persistent pests out there. In fact, many people (like me!) spend years trying to figure out how to get rid of them, only to have them return each year. While getting rid of ants doesn’t have to be difficult, many people go about it all the wrong ways and end up sabotaging their efforts. For example, many people use ant spray in conjunction with bait. However, what people don’t know is that most ant sprays actually contaminate the bait and make it ineffective! On the other hand, our ant control service gets right to the heart of the colony to wipe these pests out once and for all.
Cockroaches can be extremely difficult to get rid of. This is due to the fact that they’ve evolved to survive on just about any food source they can find. However, there are a few things you can do to start to take control. Firstly, eliminate their water source and their shelter. Start by checking for any leaks. Next, once you’ve gotten rid of water sources, seal off any nooks and crannies in your home. Click the link below to find out the next step.
If you have a spider problem, chances are high that you have another pest problem in addition to your eight-legged friends. That’s because spiders rely on other insects for food, and they’ll set up camp wherever they can find a steady source. Therefore, in order to get to the root of your spider problem, you’ll need to find out what they’re eating. Click the link below to learn how to investigate what spiders in or around your home are eating.
Bees and wasps certainly play important roles in the ecosystem. As a result most people are hesitant to perform any sort of “control” on them. However, they often nest too close for comfort — nobody likes to get stung! Additionally, many stinging insects can cause damage to your home. Read the following to learn about what’s buzzing around your home. Then give us a call with your concerns!
Small fly problems can actually be quite complex. While bug bombs knock down adults, they have no effect on the other life stages. Therefore, it’s important to call in our fly exterminators. It takes a bit of detective work to find the source. In many cases, drains need to be treated. In other cases, there are underlying rodent infestations. Keep in mind that finding their food is essential to gain control.
Pantry moths, also known as Indian meal moths, infest grain stored in your home. But they don’t stop there. In fact, there are tons of potential food sources inside homes for pantry moths. Getting rid of your corn meal usually doesn’t do the trick that easily. Our exterminators can find the sources that you’re missing. Read up by clicking the button below, then let us know your story.
Most people incorrectly assume that fleas are easy to prevent by simply treating their pets. However, fleas don’t just come from cats and dogs. There are usually other hidden sources that will keep your infestation alive and well. Think of it this way: why spray 10 ants in your kitchen, when there are 10,000 under your driveway? The same goes for fleas. In most cases, there’s a flea-infested animal around that isn’t your pet. Our flea investigators will help you solve the mystery!
FHA and VA loans require Wood Destroying Insect Inspections. A WDI Inspection involves hiring a pest control company to inspect your home for termites, carpenter ants, and other destructive insects. Our fast response time and eye for detail will keep the sale of your home moving in the right direction!