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Solving tough pest problems for our residential and commercial pest control customers is our goal! Our team of expert-trained pest control staff provides you with the comfort and confidence you desire, to ensure the job is done right-the first time. As a full-service company, we are able to respond to a wide variety of pest concerns faced by residential customers.

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read more › To provide our customers with exemplary customer service and to provide necessary and complete pest management solutions that meet their needs, their concerns and their budgets. To lead the industry in ethics, technical ability and honesty. No pest problem is to large or small for us. We can exterminate and eradicate ants, bed bugs, spiders, roaches, rats, mice, and bees to name a few. We won't just rid your home of these nuisance pests, we will provide exclusion measures to seal your home to ensure that it will remain pest-free.

read more › Size: the head and body is seven to ten inches long with a tail that is an additional six to eight inches. Droppings are significantly larger than mouse droppings, approximately 3/4 inch in length with blunt ends. A number of diseases have been associated with rats, including leptospirosis, which is spread through rat urine. Rat droppings and urine can contaminate stores of food. Rat excrement contains allergens that can trigger asthma in susceptible individuals. When living in close proximity with humans, foraging rats or those disturbed have been known to bite people.

read more › Many different kinds of spiders live in and around buildings. Some, such as garden and cellar spiders, construct webs to help entrap their prey. Others, including the wolf spiders, are free-roaming and make no webs. Most spiders are harmless and in fact are beneficial because they prey upon flies, crickets and other insects. They generally will not attempt to bite humans unless held or accidentally trapped. Most species of spiders aren't likely to cause huge infestations, but even having a few in your home can present an issue if you are bitten by them.

read more › While all bees are usually unwelcome around your home, carpenter bees are especially a nuisance because of their destructive behavior. Carpenter bees are often considered beneficial insects, because they are pollinators and therefore very important. However, when they've been allowed to establish several generations in the wood of your home or property, they can become economic pests. Female bees sting and if you are one of a very few people who are allergic to bee stings, the sting could be tragic.

read more › Pointed muzzle; large ears; small eyes and body; generally the house mouse is slightly smaller than the deer mouse Adult droppings are 1/8 to 1/4 inch long and rod-shaped with pointed ends. The major health risks associated with house mice are salmonella contamination and leptospirosis. The house mouse is the most common and economically important commensal (i.e., living in close association with humans) rodent. Conduct a full property inspection that includes the interior and exterior of your home or business.

read more › Since gophers live and spend most of their time underground in tunnels, you may have no idea there are gophers living under your turf. Often, the presence of gopher holes and mounds is the only indication of gopher presence, so it is important to know how to identify them. Gopher mounds are fan or kidney shaped, which differentiates them from mole hills, which are round. The mounds can be up to a foot tall, and about a foot to two feet in diameter. There will be no surface tunnels connecting the mounds, like with moles.

read more › Cockroaches are slim and can access your home through small cracks in your rook or walls, roof and laundry vents, and up your plumbing and sewer drains. These are places that most people don't think about when trying to kill roaches on their own. Yet, the best defense against cockroaches is to prevent them from your home in the first place by keeping your kitchen and garbage areas clean. In some cases, where large infestations are involved, cleaning alone may not entirely solve the problem. Capable of transmitting disease-causing organisms such as Staphylococcus spp., Streptococcus spp., hepatitis virus, coliform bacteria, and implicated in the spread of typhoid and dysentery.

read more › Generally speaking, scorpions are drawn to dry areas, and their main sources of food are usually small insects such as crickets and spiders. Keeping your home free of these insects will make it much less likely that scorpions will be a problem, so general pest control is always advisable. If they do get into your home, they are usually found in secluded dry areas such as closets and garages. They have also been known to hide in piles of clothes, particularly ones that have not been moved recently.

read more › People vary in their reactions to bed bug bites; some may not see any reaction while others are very sensitive and the bitten area becomes inflamed and intensely itches. Vacuum in sensitive situations such as cribs, infant mattresses, bird cages, fish tanks etc, where the application of a pesticide is not recommended. Create a full report describing the treatment and how you can protect your home or facility from further infestations.

read more › There are more than 700 ant species found in the U.S., although only about 25 species commonly infest homes. Ants are social insects that typically live in underground colonies, made up of workers and a queen. Ants will eat practically any kind of food, but are especially attracted to sweets. Ant identification is relatively simple due to their three distinct body regions: head, thorax and abdomen, as well as antennae. Some ant species have stingers and can inflict stings similar to wasps. The greatest risk to humans when stung by ants is anaphylactic shock, which can be a life threatening event in sensitized individuals.

read more › Very well developed legs which allows them to jump at least six inches straight up. Their bodies are covered with backward-projecting spines that help them move between the hairs on the host animal. A row of very heavy spines on the front of the head (genal comb) and the back part of the first body segment (pronotal comb). Larvae look much like fly maggots except for their well-developed head and a pair of hook-like appendages on the last abdominal segment. Fleas are one of the more common and annoying pests that you can encounter in your home.

read more › When you invest in commercial pest control, you're investing in solutions designed to make your business better. Solution that will make a difference. Poor-quality supplies or relationships don't expand your potential, and the same goes for commercial pest control. Quality assurance is our priority. Every commercial pest situation is different, but effective pest exclusion and treatment relies on proven methods. Our team continually reviews new developments and ensures consistent application in the field.

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