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Rudy's Pest Control In business since 1991, Rudy's Termite & Pest Control are experts in any type of residential or commercial pest control services you need. Family-owned and locally-operated, we're proud to have helped over 4,000 customers effectively deal with pests in their homes and businesses. Our licensed pest control staff offers second opinions and price matching.

Call or text (760) 775-7216 to schedule an appointment. Emergency service is available. We offer the most affordable pest control prices that come with the greatest level of service in the area. Backed by years of experience, our skilled team assures you with guaranteed satisfaction for the work done.

We offer effective pest control to Coachella Valley homes, HOAs, offices, commercial buildings, sports facilities, restaurants, realtors, hospitals and healthcare facilities, hotels and motels, churches and places of worship, and government facilities.

read more › Locally-owned and family-operated for over 30 years, Rudy's Termite & Pest Control is proud to have helped over 4,000 customers in the Coachella Valley and Inland Empire deal with pests in their homes and businesses. We love where we live, and we love helping our clients feel more comfortable and safe in their homes. Rudy's Termite & Pest Control was founded by Rudy Garza and family in 1991. Rudy started the business with a simple vision: to help his neighbors in the Coachella Valley and beyond.

read more › Rudy's Termite & Pest Control is proud to have helped thousands of our Coachella Valley neighbors deal with pests in their homes and businesses. Are you having issues with Coachella Valley's most common pests such as termites, ants, spiders, bees, pigeons, rodents, and cockroaches? Is your pest problem coming from a different pest? Do you need help determining what pest is infesting your home or business? Give us a call! Our licensed pest control experts will thoroughly assess your home or business and discuss a service plan to meet your needs.

read more › One of the most common ants found inside homes, Argentine ants are dark brown or black and about 1/8 - 3/16 of an inch long. Because of their small size, it's very easy for Argentine ants to aggressively enter houses. They're attracted to moisture or sweet food. In the summer, Argentine ants can be found under carpets and in attic insulation, walls, and potted plants. Carpenter ants are about half an inch long or more. Carpenter ants burrow in wood to build a nest. Signs of a carpenter ant infestation are a small opening in wood with a tiny pile of sawdust beneath, or hearing a slight rustling inside your walls.

read more › Bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed, flat, and reddish-brown in color. They feed on blood, and become swollen after eating. If you see small reddish-brown spots on furniture or sheets, see tiny holes in your wall, or notice a group of swollen, red, itchy spots on your skin, you may have a bed bug infestation. Large groups of bed bugs also give off a somewhat sweet odor. If you discover a bed bug infestation, it's important to keep it from spreading. Don't move bedding or furniture out of that room, and close it off if possible, before calling pest control experts.

read more › Beetles make up approximately 40% of all insect species, so it may come as no surprise that the Coachella Valley is home to many beetle varieties. Some are drawn to vegetation, some to wood, and others to grains, packaged food, and fabric - all of which they can damage. Their population increases in the summer, but they can overwinter in homes and packaging too. While each variety of beetle looks different, you can identify a beetle by its shell-like front wings that fold to cover delicate back wings.

read more › Black carpet beetles are a frustrating pest in Coachella Valley homes. They can lay eggs in carpets, wool, and fur, and enjoy dark and secluded places like dry dog food, improperly-stored grains, attics, and air ducts. Carpet beetles eat through carpets and fabric. Carpet beetles pose a health risk too, as they can cause skin irritation and allergic reactions. How do you identify a black carpet beetle? Look for a beetle that's 1/16 - 3/16 inches long and oval shaped, and dark brown to black in color.

read more › The distinctive chirp of crickets can signify a warm summer evening in the Coachella Valley, but indoors, crickets become a pest. While crickets are harmless to people, they can quickly become a nuisance in your home. They leave behind droppings that are dark and crumblike. Crickets can jump very high, and can get into your home or business through torn window screens or through doors. Crickets are approximately 1 inch in length and vary in color from light yellow, tan, dark brown, and black. A cricket's head, thorax and abdomen are clearly defined.

read more › Most of us have encountered flies in our homes, whether they come in through an open window or on fruit. Whether it's a housefly or a fruit fly, they're more than just an annoying houseguest. Because flies eat garbage and rotten meat, they can easily spread contamination through your home. Flies can carry diseases such as cholera, dysentery, salmonella, E. coli, tuberculosis, and typhoid. There are two types of fruit flies common to the Coachella Valley: the red-eyed species, and the dark-eyed species.

read more › Because mites are usually impossible to see normally, it can be hard to tell if you have a mite infestation in your home. One thing you can look out for is a silk-like web around plants. You may also be able to catch mites in the act as they move around a surface. Mites can be found almost anywhere in your home, including in newspapers, bedding, stored food, carpets and rugs, air vents, dust, dirty laundry, and furniture. Since mites can transmit disease, it's important to deal with a mite infestation immediately.

read more › Distinctive in appearance and very dangerous, seeing a scorpion in or around your home is scary. They can get into your home through gaps in and around windows and doors, or are carried in on firewood, plants, and patio furniture. They can hide in crawlspaces and garages. Because scorpions eat other insects, they can also signify a deeper pest problem. In the Coachella Valley, the most common types of scorpion are the dangerous bark scorpion, the stripe-tailed scorpion, and the Arizona hairy scorpion.

read more › While spiders are generally harmless and sometimes even beneficial, many people don't want to see them in their homes. In Southern California, the worst spider to see is the venomous black widow, which is about 1.5 inches in length, is brown or black in color, and sports a reddish hourglass or triangle pattern on its body. Be sure to contact a doctor immediately if you're bitten by a black widow spider. While other spiders' bites are generally harmless to humans, they can be avoided by shaking out shoes or clothing to ensure you don't surprise a spider trapped inside.

read more › You may be on the lookout for ticks while on a hike in the Coachella Valley, but they are not just an outdoor pest. While tick infestations indoors are rare, they are cause for concern - ticks can carry diseases such as Lyme and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. If you see a tick in your home, chances are good that there are many more living outdoors nearby, especially if you have tall grasses or brush nearby. Ticks are very small, and can be smaller than a sunflower seed, though female ticks can grow up to 10 times larger after feeding.

read more › Weevils are a type of very small beetle that are often found in kitchens. They love pantry staples like flour, rice, pasta, and cereal. Though it's very hard to see weevil eggs, an adult weevil is about 1/16 of an inch long, oval-shaped, and dark-colored. Because weevils usually get into your home inside packaged or bulk food, they can show up when you least expect them. Groups of weevils can be seen on windowsills, but weevils in food are the most common. If you see little flying insects flying around and crawling out of food packages, the infestation has begun.

read more › Many residents of the Coachella Valley may be familiar with bats, but having them in your attic is not ideal. Some bats may carry rabies, and the accumulation of bat feces can also carry serious disease. While bats don't attack people, those that are infected with rabies can be too sick to fly away if a person comes too close. For this reason it's highly important that you or your family don't go near a bat you might see on your property. Bats hunt for insects at night in open fields and marshes.

read more › In the Coachella Valley and Inland Empire, wild birds can be a nuisance for homes and businesses. Where birds roost, they can spread serious disease through their droppings and urine. Wild bird droppings and nests can also damage buildings, and nests can clog drains and gutters. Wild bird droppings can post a liability issue to businesses, due to health issues and potential for slip-and-fall accidents related to bird droppings. Birds also multiply quickly, and are difficult to get rid of on your own if the issue is left untreated.

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