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Perfection Pest Control At Perfection Pest Control, we are not just another exterminator, but an integrated part of our business community. We practice sustainable methods of pest management and extermination, providing a comprehensive array of services, each of which is tailored to your specific needs and the requirements of the setting. The use of responsible products in the most careful manner to protect you, your family, customers, and pets.

Targeted pest control service techniques using baits, and limiting chemicals in the exterminator equation for sensitive persons. We are honored to have received the Best of Northern Kentucky Pest Control award for 2020! We will continue to work hard to be worthy of the title. Unlike many companies, we work with our clients to design a customized service based on individual needs.

Some homes and businesses need a more aggressive pest management program, as they may live an area that is more conducive to pest infestation, such as near wooded or moist areas. Need a one-time pest treatment?

read more › If you have lived in the greater Cincinnati, Southeast Indiana, or Northern Kentucky area, you are well aware of the fact that this part of the country has more than its fair share of ants. Ants are problematic for reasons beyond their unpleasant aesthetic. Ants carry and spread disease, cause damage to local homes, sabotage food, and contaminate the surfaces they come in contact with. If you suspect ants have moved into your home, the problem will not solve itself. This is a time for assistance from the ant professionals here at Perfection Pest Control.

read more › If there were ever a pest whose name should automatically be followed by a horror movie yell and a "duhn duhn duhnnnn, " Bed Bugs are it. These insipid creatures sneak in and make a meal of you as you sleep. They spread as quickly as wildfire and as stealthily as a ninja. The City of Cincinnati Health Department says Bed Bugs have made a big comeback in the U.S. They're here and they aren't going anywhere without the help of a professional exterminator. Bed Bugs typically live between a year and 18 months, and they can survive a large portion of that without eating at all.

read more › Sure, they're adorable in a top hat and tails, singing and dancing in a Disney movie, but when they're in your walls, singin' away at three in the morning? Not so much. A close cousin to the common grasshopper, crickets include more than 900 individual species, generally known as the Gryllidae family. They inhabit the Western world from Alaska to the Southern tip of South America, populating Asia and the Pacific Rim, as well. Grasshoppers tend to have longer wings and can fly, while crickets are typically earth-bound.

read more › Nothing is more disturbing than to discover that our home or place of business has been broken into. It destroys our sense of security, leaves us feeling violated and vulnerable, and the anxiety and uneasiness often linger long after the event has taken place. To ward against invasion, we go to great extremes to protect ourselves, installing expensive locks, alarms, and engaging the help of professional security services to ensure our safety and preserve our well-being. But the truth is, some home invasions won't be stopped by a lock or alarm system.

read more › Of all the pests that are attracted to our homes and workplaces, there is perhaps none so recognizable, repulsive, and unwanted as the cockroach. Seeing a cockroach will disgust and creep out anyone. Even worse, spotting just one roach means there are undoubtedly many more nearby, and once an infestation occurs, getting rid of them yourself can be nearly impossible. Cockroaches have been around for over 300 million years. They have evolved and adapted to survive and thrive under the most adverse conditions imaginable.

read more › Rats, mice, and other rodents are on a continuous search for food, water, and shelter. Residential and commercial buildings can provide ideal spaces where rodents can hide from predators and build nests. When they find a safe space, they breed quickly and in large numbers. Total rodent control includes getting rid of current nesting animals and using professional exclusionary methods to prevent any future infestation. Rodents carry and transmit many diseases harmful to humans and other animals.

read more › Spiders are the ultimate creepy-crawlies. While many are entertained at the thought of a spider bite turning a man into a superhero, conventional wisdom suggests the bugs can be dangerous and should be avoided. While it's easy enough to keep an eye out for webs gathering in corners, an infestation of spiders is an entirely different issue. Some believe it's okay to have a few spiders around, hoping they'll eat other bugs, but often that just isn't the case. You may not be sure of the type of spider you're dealing with, and spiders in your home can be a sign of some other kind of insect problem.

read more › The Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana regions are home to many stinging insect species, including several kinds of bees, wasps, and hornets. They are always looking for suitable nesting places close to their preferred food sources and most species are only dangerous when their nests are disturbed. However, some are always aggressive in defending the areas surrounding their nests. Professional species identification is vital to understanding the risks involved and developing an effective plan for the removal and exclusion of nest-building stinging insects.

read more › Your home may be the most exciting commitment you may ever make, especially when building your own. After years of planning and saving, you've brought a lifelong vision into reality, but how do you protect this dream come true for the long term or keep its resale value? There are many concerns for new and old homeowners alike when planning to protect such a significant investment. However, one potential problem can be stopped, even before it begins. Termites are responsible for 5 billion dollars' worth of damage to properties across the country each year.

read more › Whether you are buying your first home, putting it on the market, or looking to refinance, there is a good chance a WDI inspection will be required. However, this is excellent news. Inspections keep the real estate process honest and transparent, protecting you from possible liability or unexpected damage. A WDI "Wood Destroying Insect" inspection is a written report that outlines an inspection of a property where any visible or accessible signs of damage or infestations of wood-destroying insects such as termites are documented.

read more › Homes and businesses in our area deal with several pest bird species, including blackbirds, starlings, pigeons, and sparrows. Birds are constantly searching for safe habitat where they can find food and make their nests away from predators. Invasive species will permanently nest inside residential and commercial buildings and usually prefer attics and open areas well above ground level. Around houses, many smaller species will also nest underneath decking and outdoor buildings, inside chimneys, and along and under eaves.

read more › The opossum is native to North and South America and is very common in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. They literally hang out in trees and enjoy wet areas such as marshes, swamps, and near streams. They were hanging around the New England area before the Colonists arrived, and it was Captain John Smith who gave them their name in the early 1600s, Apossoun, meaning "white beast." In the late 1700s, Sir Joseph Banks compared the apossoun to the creatures he saw in Australia. Fossils indicate that the marsupial's roots go as far back as the dinosaur era, making it one of the oldest mammals.

read more › Raccoons can pose serious problems for homeowners, and Perfection Pest Control knows how to protect you from these animals responsibly. The North American raccoon has a distinct face that is easily recognizable and often misinterpreted as a cute and cuddly bandit due to its unique face mask. However, these trash pandas are carriers of several diseases and, if allowed to feed or nest on your property, pose health risks to humans and pets. Adults weigh between 8 to 20 pounds, depending on the availability of food.

read more › We don't need an introduction to skunks, as these animals are renowned for their strong odor, which is released from their anal scent glands when threatened or mating. Although some try and turn them into pets, they are still wild animals, and it is not advised. Most Americans would agree that these black and white creatures can be more of a nuisance than anything else. Once the sun goes down, they burrow underneath porches, decks, and foundations, weakening the structures. They can destroy your garden or front lawn during the evening hours, leaving you a mystery about who the culprit is.

read more › When you see them at the park, scurrying up a tree with an acorn, your first thought might be, "Aw, what an adorable little squirrel." While many consider these busy rodents entertaining to watch, they can also be destructive and dangerous pests, causing damage to homes, gardens, and landscaping. There are ten types of squirrels found in the U.S., the most common of which are red and Eastern and Western Gray. These species are constantly on the hunt for food, often causing damage along the way.

read more › If you have a pest problem, simply laying down some insecticide or a few traps in your home or office isn't always enough. You might get rid of the insects or animals plaguing you at that very moment, but there's nothing to stop new ones from getting onto your property the same way the old ones did. For that, you need a pest control expert to work out an exclusion plan for you. Wildlife exclusion focuses on prevention. Animals are attracted to three basic things: food, water, and shelter. The idea is to eliminate access to those things, thereby making your home or office an unappealing and inaccessible site.

read more › Nature is a beautiful thing. It sparks joy and wonder, fulfills a sense of completion and joy, and should altogether be treasured. However, when the lines between wildlife and human development get blurred, things become strained. Common nuisance animals in the Central U.S. include raccoons, opossums, squirrels, skunks, bats and more. The common things that draw them in stay the same: they're after food, water, and shelter. The damage they do varies, but none of it is good news. Raccoons are one of the homeowners' most common foes.

read more › Step into Aurora, and you will be treated to a journey back in time. First planned out in 1819, the city was ultimately incorporated in 1848. More than 10 locations are listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. The piece de resistance is the Hillforest House Museum. Built in 1855, the house sits on a bluff overlooking the Ohio River. Famed architect Isaiah Rogers, known as "the father of the modern hotel, " designed this masterpiece for Thomas Gaff in the style of the Italian Renaissance.

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