Burns Pest Elimination
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Burns Pest Elimination Type of PestsBed BugsTermitesScorpionsMosquitoesRodentsAntsCricketsBirdsBees/WaspsWeedsTicks/FleasRoaches, Spiders, Beetles, etc. At Burns Pest Elimination, we know the communities around Arizona-and the desert-crawling pests that inhabit them. From Phoenix, AZ, to Las Vegas, NV, we offer pest control and removal services for families and businesses, delivered with the expertise and attention you deserve.

Our decades of experience dealing with local pests means that your pest problem becomes our problem until it's resolved. No matter if you've found scorpions in the sink, your restaurant riddled with roaches, or your patio packed with pigeons, Burns Pest Elimination can provide residential pest control for homes and commercial pest control for businesses-plus other specialized services.*

As Arizona's and Nevada's pest control experts, our top priority is your satisfaction. With more than 35 years of experience under our belts, we commit to eliminating pests in your life. We recognize that your time is valuable.

read more › Burns Pest Elimination has been a family-owned business and continues to operate with the Burns family as an important part of the team. We know Arizona and its unique pest pressures, and we use that knowledge to get rid of your pest problems and prevent future ones. Our expert pest control technicians put our community and customers first. We continue to offer the highest quality professional work, backed by satisfaction guarantees. For 35 years, we have been Arizona's pest elimination experts with decades of tried, proven service to our friends and neighbors.

read more › Your home should be a place where you can relax. Don't let a pest infestation get in the way. Burns Pest Elimination can rid your home of a wide variety of residential pests, from bugs such as mosquitoes and roaches to other pests such as pigeons, rodents, and more. Our expert technicians are trained to rid your pest problem quickly and effectively. If you're not happy, we will come back until you are happy. Your pest problem may be a new experience to you, but it's not to us. We have decades of experience in both keeping Arizona and Nevada homes free from bugs and critters, as well as removing them if they do show up uninvited.

read more › With more than three decades of experience in eliminating pests for small businesses, large corporations, and every size of business in between, you can trust us for your commercial pest control needs. We are experts at pest elimination in commercial buildings, knowing where pests are more likely to infiltrate your building and discreetly treating pests so your business continues to run without interruptions. We understand just how important pest control is when it comes to the food industry, commercial kitchens, and restaurants, which is why we offer the best and most effective elimination solutions for our food service customers.

read more › At Burns Pest Elimination, our family is committed-not only to keeping your family and home protected from invasive pests but also to preserving our planet for generations to come. That's why, along with our integrated pest management (IPM) practices that help ensure we have the least amount of impact on our environment, we also offer green, all-natural pest elimination in Arizona and Nevada. Using low-impact materials found in nature, such as essential oils, Burns' organic pest removal methods are targeted to your specific pest problem in your home or business.

read more › In recent years the pest control and prevention industry has become acutely aware of the risks that harsh chemicals pose to our health and the environment. That's why it's important to provide natural solutions to pest problems. When it comes to taking care of your home, you need to strike a balance between eliminating the problem and maintaining a healthy environment for you and your family. One of the reasons pest control can be unpopular with a few is the mistaken belief that noxious chemicals will be used in and around the home when, in fact, most modern-day products used for pest prevention and removal are derived from nature itself.

read more › When it comes to bed bug infestations, time is of the essence. Bed bugs can infiltrate your walls, furniture, and-of course-beds in no time, making them a major health concern for your entire family. Bed bugs don't discriminate either, as they can set up camp in a clean home or business just as easily as in a dirty one. With rapid breeding times and an intense appetite for blood, bed bug infestations need to be addressed ASAP. Particularly for Arizona business owners in industries like hotels, lodging, and hospitality services, even one customer who encounters biting bed bugs in your building can spell bad news for your brand reputation.

read more › Bees are not exactly something you want to take on alone, especially if there's a hive of them nesting on your Las Vegas, Tucson, or Phoenix property. When it becomes necessary to confront beehives head-on, professional bee and hive removal is crucial for not only your safety but also their "well-bee-ing." Learn more about the stinging insects to look out for and what to do if they become a problem near your home or business. Already know you need help getting rid of bees? Call or contact Burns Pest Elimination about bee control today!

read more › Pesky birds make bad neighbors. These noisy pests are inconsiderate and a potential health risk. Bird droppings and nests carry various diseases that can be passed to people and pets. In addition, their nests are also home to numerous parasites such as mites, fleas, ticks, and other pathogens. At Burns Pest Elimination, we specialize in the eviction of these unwanted guests through a variety of methods and help remove any reminders of their presence. It's important that any bird removal program be minimally invasive and safe for everyone in your home, pets, and family alike.

read more › Some people may think all mosquitoes are the same, but there are actually 40 varieties that can be found in the Arizona area alone and up to 3,500 species worldwide. That's a lot of bloodsuckers! No See-ums, which are too tiny to see with the naked eye but can cause annoying bites on the ankles and feet. Mosquitoes grow from an egg to an adult in less than two weeks. When you stop to consider that a female can lay up to 300 eggs at once, it's easy to see how the current mosquito population could quickly cause an even bigger problem.

read more › When rodents invade your home or business, they aren't just a minor inconvenience. In addition to damaging your property or vegetation, rodents are known for carrying disease-causing bacteria that can make you sick if you come into contact with their nests or droppings. Along with the health risks that stem from having mice or rats in your house or restaurant kitchen, rodents also increase the chance of a house fire. These nibbling nuisances can even ruin vehicles by chewing through the wires, air filter, or other components under the hood or dashboard.

read more › A trademark pest of the American Southwest, scorpions are not quite the sight you want to see inside your home. On top of the threat of their stings, sneaky scorpion invaders can also be hard to eliminate without a strategic pest control program. No matter if you've found a few scorpions in your basement or your yard is fully infested, Burns Pest Elimination is equipped with the latest tools and practices to provide effective scorpion control in greater Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas, and beyond. Call us or request a free quote today for our residential or commercial pest control solutions.

read more › Similar to cockroaches, termites are known to be some of the oldest and most successful insects on earth. Perhaps this long legacy gives termites their astounding tenacity and adaptability. Unlike cockroaches, however, termites exhibit complex and rigid social interactions in a colony. Particular tasks are performed by different individuals specialized for the purpose. Most of the time, termites' main mission (to the dismay of homeowners) is consuming or chewing through wood-making this insect incredibly destructive to houses, commercial buildings, and other structures.

read more › At Burns Pest Elimination, our pest technicians in Las Vegas, Tucson, and Phoenix have encountered all sorts of invasive critters throughout the years in America's Southwest. With many unique types of insects and wildlife thriving in our desert-like environment, we understand it can be a challenge to identify accurately what type of pest is being a bother to your home or business. Check out our handy pest identification guide to help you discover what kind of local pest pressures you're dealing with in Arizona or Nevada.

read more › Arizona ants can surely be a nuisance and seem to materialize out of thin air. Being such small insects, they are able to slip inside through the smallest of cracks and feast on food and crumbs around your home. Worse yet, many ants will release pheromones to signal their whereabouts, summoning other ants to infest along with them. Though small and relatively harmless to humans, a large population of ants may cause structural damage to homes or businesses or contaminate food. Learn about the different ant species we see here in Arizona, and request a free pest control quote today to take back your home and yard with Burns Pest Elimination.

read more › Although bed bugs don't have nests, they tend to gather in areas that can be marked by dark spotting and staining of dried excrement. Eggs, shells, brownish skins of nymphs, and the bugs themselves will be present. If you suspect bed bugs have invaded your area, it's best to check every nook and cranny to see how far they've spread. Bed bugs have endless options when it comes to adequate hiding spaces, so make sure to check even the smallest of areas. Bed bugs prefer to hide close to where they feed, but they've been documented to travel 100-150 feet to obtain a blood meal.

read more › Most cockroaches in the United States are one of two varieties: the German roach or the American roach. German cockroaches are about half an inch in length and are yellowish-brown in color. American cockroaches, meanwhile, can grow up to two inches long. Both the German and American cockroaches are of the order Blattodea and have a shield-like shell covering their thorax, long and thin antennae, and mandibles adapted for chewing. In Arizona, we also see some of the smoky brown cockroach-which tends to stay outside but can end up indoors either by flying to higher ground or crawling through openings.

read more › Rodents invading your home or business isn't only a headache. In addition to damaging your property or vegetation, rodents carry disease-causing bacteria that can make you sick if you come into contact with their nests or droppings; some of these illnesses include salmonella, hantavirus, leptospirosis, and plague. Along with the health risks that stem from having mice or rats in your house or restaurant, rodents also ruin vehicles and increase the chance of a house fire by chewing through electrical wiring and other components.

read more › Scorpions are unique-looking arachnids, possessing eight legs, an extended body, a segmented erectile tail with barb stinger at the end, and two claws called pedipalps. They are known most notably for their stinger, which releases venom that contains complex mixtures of short neurotoxic proteins. These neurotoxins cause reactions ranging from initial localized pain, burning or swelling, numbness, tingling, and severe muscle cramps. In some instances, sensitive individuals may have more severe reactions that require emergency medical treatment and an anti-venom injection.

read more › From inspiring superhero characters to fueling nightmares with their unusual appearances, spiders have firmly planted themselves in the psyche of humankind throughout the world, and the western United States is no exception. From beneficial wolf spiders to venomous black widows, these arachnids often creep into Arizona homes and businesses in search of moths, flies, and other pests to eat. Spiders may keep other pests' populations in check, but their presence in your space isn't always welcome (especially if they're deadly).

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