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Townsend Pest Control We are #1 in Safety, and Knowledge of Pest Control Services. Your family's safety is our first priority and after 51 years of providing pest treatments, we shine above the rest. Our products get the job done, and we promise you will be completely satisfied with our personalized service. We use safety as a guideline to eliminate your pest problems.

Our products get the job done and we promise you complete satisfaction with our personalized service. You will not see insects or rodents while using us. Former President of the Nevada Pest Control Association, Celebrated Author, Trainer and National Public Speaker on Pest Control. We encourage you to contact us if you have any questions or would like more information about our services.

If you're looking for the best quality and the most responsible pest service in all of Las Vegas, look no further than Nevada's own Townsend Pest Control. Since 1967, our company has been devoted to protecting your home from unwanted pests and creatures. Townsend Pest Control remains a force to be reckoned with, providing only the highest level of service and customer satisfaction possible.

read more › My name is Lyle Townsend, I have been the president and owner of Townsend Pest Control since 1967. I will personally remove your pests from your home's attic, walls, inside the house and outside. I have a master's degree and offer you a vast wealth of experience that can solve any pest problem you may have. I have lectured around the country on various subjects and am very happy to help you solve your most difficult pest problems. I invented the "Rodent Rock", (the rodent trapping and bait station that looks like a landscape rock.).

read more › Townsend Pest Control is by far the best of the best in customer service and results! It was brought to our attention by a neighbor that she had an issue with Scorpions, we however didn't but wanted to make sure. We purchased a black light and went hunting, our yard had several of them. YUCK! Thankfully they were not indoors yet but to guarantee that wasn't going to happen we started our extensive search for a pest control company that guaranteed Safety and that was Pet friendly. My husband found Townsend's web sight, we watched his video on scorpions, the treatatment methods he uses indoors and outdoors and felt he was the company for us.

read more › The house pest ants are a number of different species that invade a household. They are all small and without the proper equipment, and without an entomology background it would be very difficult for the average person to identify, or separate the subtle differences from them. The purpose of this website is to help you decide the best approach to eliminate your ant problem. The cure for the various house pest ants is either the same or very similar for each one of them. There are many different species of house pest ants, but the most frequently encountered ants are theOdorous house ant, (This ant got its name by the pungent odor they emit when crushed.), Pharaoh ant, Little Black house ant, Thief ant, and the Ghost ant.

read more › The moisture ant is small in size, generally ranging from 1/8 inch to 3/16th of an inch in length and vary in color from yellowish to dark brown. These ants feed on fungus in decaying wood. This ant is actually known as the cornfield ant, however my father did a great deal of research on this ant in the Pacific Northwest as these ants were found in great numbers in decayed walls around bathroom shower stalls, and other heavy water laden wood portions of structures. His research in the 1950(s) along with setting government standards for structural pest inspections in FHA owned houses caused the name he applied to them to become a common name in the industry.

read more › Pavement ants are very small, and is approximately 1/10th to 1/8th inch in length. They have one set of spines that stick up from their middle body section. They are dark brown in color. They have a stinger in the posterior section and can invoke a painful sting. They primarily feed on other insects, and honeydew, but can invade your home and head straight for the pantry to nibble on nuts, berries, eggplants and any greasy items you may have stored. They have derived their name by the habit of building nesting sites along concrete walks, driveways, joints in concrete, and along the foundation of your home.

read more › YellowJackets, Bumble Bees, Carpenter Bees, Hornets, Mud Daubers, Ground Hornets, and Bald face hornets are generally what you may have when you experience this problem in or around your home or business. On occasion you might encounter a Honey Bee nest or cluster that is referred to as a swarm. If you do have a swarm avoid trying to eliminate the swarm yourself as all the honey bees in the valley are now killer bees and the proper procedure and protective clothing is necessary to eliminate the swarm without endangering anyone around it.

read more › Carpet beetles come in a variety of colors and design on their bodies. The adult stage looks similar to a ladybug however about 1/4th the size of a ladybug. They can be black in color or have white specs on a black background. They can also have variations of red with black and gray specs on their bodies. As an adult they are able to be transported on freshly cut flowers from your garden, or just be crawling through a crack at the windowsill. They are attracted to yellow flowers outside and feed on the pollen, and nectar of various plants.

read more › Crickets are in the same group of insects that include grasshoppers, and katydids. The sounds that are produced by these insects are made by the males of the specie by rubbing their wings together to attract the female crickets. These sounds are also produced as a warning to other crickets that danger is near by. The hind legs are well developed like the grasshopper so they can jump very fast and out of harms way. There are several kinds of crickets, such as field crickets, tree, ground, camel, Jerusalem, and mole crickets.

read more › House flies are often found infesting homes in the late summer to early fall and sometimes in the springtime. Late in the summer, they rest on the southwest side of the house during the daytime and when it gets dark and colder outside, they crawl into a crack or crevice. From there they can over winter in the wall or find their way inside the house. They often over winter in attics and unfinished basements and enter the house through recessed lights. Once in the house they are attracted to light so you will usually see them around the windows.

read more › This animal is in the arachnid family (spiders). Their tail has a stinger that they use to subdue their prey and for defense. Scorpions are very common in Nevada. There are 23 species found in Nevada, but only one of them is considered a serious threat to man and his pets. It is called the bark scorpion, or sometimes referred to as the Sculptured Scorpion. It is approximately 2" to 3" in length and is light brown in color. This scorpion has established itself in various locations of Clark County, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City.

read more › Silverfish are usually gray to silver in color. They can be found throughout the house including living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens garages and even attics. They normally prefer warm areas like furnace rooms, hot water tank rooms, and areas near skylights. They are defined as a paper product pest because they will often attack old books, magazines, maps, and any paper products that have been stored for a period of time. They have also been found attacking fabrics such as cotton and linen.

read more › With the modernization of travel and the improvement of roads throughout the United States, our country has become very mobile. Even though certain spiders are not indigenous to your area, they can be brought into your state by means of hitching a ride in moving vans, cars, motor homes, trains, buses, suitcases and any cargo that is shipped in freight. With this in mind, you must look at the possibility that any venomous spider that is out there, surely can be found anywhere in the USA including your own state.

read more › Rats & Mice are a serious problem in urban, suburban and rural areas. Rats & Mice will infest old buildings and crowded, unsanitary areas that exist in an urban environment. They can also be a serious problem in newer areas where new houses have been built. Man is the only animal on the planet that wastes food, and materials. Rats and mice because of their inability to hunt for their food, they rely on man to provide their food, shelter and water. They adapt well by staying close to man's habitat.

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