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Portland Pest Guard We treat your property like our own and have extensive local knowledge of Metro Portland and it's surrounding regions. Frequent & seasonal promotions for pest control that leads to direct savings in your pocket! We called Portland Pest Guard last May when we suddenly started seeing ants in out kitchen. Sean was super friendly and knowledgeable and quickly solved the problem.

He now comes out once a year and treats the outside of our house. We have not seen any ants in our house since.
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read more › Having an invasion of ants, spiders, rodents, or other intrusive species on your property can be a stressful experience. At Portland Pest Guard our mission is to exceed your expectations and give you the peace of mind of knowing that we will do absolutely everything in our power to make sure we get rid of your pest problem, for good. Our approach to pest control is to strike a balance between using products that are environmentally friendly, but that are also going to be effective in reducing damage and offering a permanent solution to your pest problem.

read more › The Oregon and Washington states are home to many different insect and animal pests that invade commercial and residential properties. Treatment methods vary according to the type of pest conditions at the property and the preference of the tenant or owner occupying the property. At Portland Pest Guard, we have experienced and licensed technicians on staff who will inspect your property and devise the proper management plan for your situation. They will explain all possible options and the advantages and disadvantages of these methods.

read more › Our year-round pest control service will begin with a thorough inspection of your residential property. Our licensed technicians will find every potential hiding place and breeding ground for unwanted insects, spiders and rodents. Then, Portland Pest Guard will prescribe a customized treatment program that is perfectly designed to create and maintain a pest-free environment in your home and yard - all season long.

read more › Our Commercial Pest Control strives to provide the highest quality of service and commitment to our commercial structures customers in the Metro Portland area. Property managers and owners appreciate the fast, reliable service. We minimize hassles and wasted time by directly working with tenants and quickly controlling pest problems. We educate your on-site managers to help eliminate conditions that can lead to future infestations.

read more › Sean from Portland Pest Guard was great. I had an ant problem recently and heard they had done some work at a friends house. I called and they responded immediately. They were in and out and did a great job at a great price. I will definitely use them again if I have another issue. I recommend them and I like that they are locally owned and from the community and been doing this for so long! Portland Pest Guard provides us with trustworthy guidance and cost effective results when it comes to preventing and treating bed bugs and other pests.

read more › Workers vary in size from 1/8" to " and are black or combinations of black and red. The antenna is segmented, without a club, and the thorax lacks a spine. Ants are generally active along ant trails from April to mid-October. These trails follow natural contours and lines of least resistance and also frequently cut across lawns. Traffic on these trails may be noticeable during the day, but peak traffic occurs after sunset and continues throughout the night. Although carpenter ants do not actually eat wood, this mining activity damages wood structures and can lead to tricky situations.

read more › Odorous House Ants - commonly referred to as "Sugar Ants" - are tiny, 1/16th - 1/8th inch long and blackish-brown. Odorous House Ants get their name from the stench they produce when squished. Many people report smelling a rotten coconut or a rancid butter smell. Odorous House Ants feed on dead insects and sugary substances and tend to be seen in kitchens, bathrooms, and cupboards or anywhere food crumbs or food residue may be found. They commonly nest in or around houses, many times in the wall voids, making their nests difficult to find.

read more › The Bald-Faced Hornet gets it's name from their black and white coloring, as well as their large size. The bald-faced hornet is not a true hornet. It is actually part of the yellow jacket & wasp family. They are found throughout North America and known to be extremely aggressive, stinging repeatedly if disturbed. Adult workers range from 5/8 - 3/4" long and queens measure 3/4" or longer. They're known for they're large oval, paper nests, reaching sizes of up to 14" in diameter and over 24" in length.

read more › There are several species of yellow jackets. These flying insects typically have a yellow and black head/face and patterned abdomen. Many say the pattern resembles stripes. The abdomen pattern can help an entomologist or pest professional identify specific types of Yellow Jackets. Yellow Jackets can be found anyplace humans can be found. Check near recycling bins or other areas where sugars are common but keep in mind these pests also feed on protein. Yellow Jackets become more aggressive in the fall when the colony begins to die out except for the queen.

read more › The Black Widow spider is one to be extremely cautious of. Knowing the basics is the first place to start to make sure you do not fall prey to this Sinister Sister. While the red hourglass shape on the underside of a black (sometimes brown) abdomen is the trademark characteristic of the Black Widow, not all have this marking. Some may have bright red spots or even no marking at all. Female Black Widow spiders are approximately a half inch long, 1.5 inches when the legs are spread. Males have about a quarter of the size of a female Black Widow body but with longer legs.

read more › Daddy long legs are known for a common myth that they are the most venomous spider known to man but are unable to penetrate this venom into humans, as they have no teeth or physical means to do so. While the various versions of this story are interesting, they are not true. In fact, daddy long legs are not spiders at all; they are more closely related to harvestmen. They do, however, hunt and eat other spiders, such as the brown recluse and black widow, which are particularly venomous. Webbing is a strong indication of daddy long legs in your home and may be more of a nuisance than the creature itself.

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