Bed bugs are sneaky invaders that can hitch a ride home with you from many of your favorite places — and some unexpected places, too — including hotels, airplanes, hospitals, gyms, movie theaters, clothing and furniture.
The thought of having bed bugs can be stressful and scary, but don’t let these pests make you lose sleep. Schedule your free inspection today.
With over 1,000 known species in the U.S., ants are found just about everywhere.
But an ant infestation can be troublesome when found in and around your home. Inside or out, if you’re seeing an ant problem you need a solution that works.
Ant control treatment plans should include killing the entire colony. Just spraying an ant with a store-bought ant spray not only spreads dangerous chemicals around your home but will remove a few ants at best.
In the U.S., there are 3,000 species of spiders. These resilient creatures live year-round and are notorious for seeking shelter inside your home.
Spiders enter your home through tiny cracks and crevices in search of food, a mate, or a safe place from outside conditions.
In order to keep spiders from returning, we do a full inspection of your home, sweeping away all webs that they could return to. We then use a non-toxic spray to provide a barrier against any returning pests and your home.
Found throughout North America, there are nearly 4,000 different types of wasps. These pesky insects are often found nesting on ledges outside of your home or surrounding trees and plants.
Wasps are very territorial, and if you get too close to their nest, they have been known to attack. Unless you’re allergic, there’s typically no real danger to a single wasp sting, however, when trying to remove a nest it may agitate the entire group.
Don’t try to remove a nest yourself, reach out to one of our experts and we can take care of the problem for you in a safe, environmentally friendly manner.
Fleas prefer cool, shady, damp places. This means you can commonly find these pests in shrubs, bushes, leaves, trees, and around your deck and patio.
They often make their way inside by hitching a ride on the neck, back, and underside regions of cats and dogs. Once inside they can lay hundreds of eggs at a time, which is why a simple flea bath simply won’t do the trick of getting rid of them the way you need.
Our 5-step inspection and removal process allows us to make sure any possible eggs are killed and you won’t have to worry about every small itch being a cause of these tiny pests.
Not only are ticks a commonly found pest you don’t want to see around your home, but they also pose a fair risk to your family. Many ticks carry Lyme Disease or other illnesses, which can turn into a fairly serious issue.
Often found in wooded and grassy areas, they can also be found near the beach, in parks, and in residential areas. In yards, ticks are most often found in piles of wood, high grassy areas, stone walls, piles of leaves, low-hanging branches, or overgrown shrubs.
Keep your family safe and protect your property against these pests and any future invasions that may occur.
Moles are carnivores so they eat earthworms, grubs, and other harmful insects, however, in doing so they can cause extensive damage around your property.
Just like with gophers, one of the best ways to control moles in your yard is by using traps. However, these traps should also be placed following the manufacturer’s instructions and state laws.
Need help on where to start? Call our team of experts to help and take care of the problem for you.
Since voles love to build their nests among tall and dense vegetation, maintaining a tidy lawn can help you prevent a vole infestation in your yard. However, if you’re already seeing signs of these rodents, the best course of action is to remove them from your property immediately before they can cause more damage.
Because voles often travel above ground, their movements create worn paths over grass and within flower beds. They are also known to carry disease and spread to flea and tick infestations around your home.
Stop the problem before it gets worse, or potentially harmful to your family, and give us a call today.
Not only are mice destructive to your home and yard, but they can also be a serious health risk for you and your family. They are known to carry a wide variety of bacteria and diseases, which if not removed from your home can spread quickly through droppings and urine.
You’ll likely know soon after an infestation if you have mice in or around your home, due to the obvious destruction they are known to cause, but if you have any questions of whether or not you need removal services, give us a call. We will do a full inspection and elimination the same day if we find any signs of infestation of the premises.
Termites are one of the most destructive pests that can infest a home or business. By the time you see a termite in the building, if you ever see one at all, there’s already a colony at work destroying your foundation, structure, and maybe even your furniture. The soil surrounding new homes is treated to protect them from a termite infestation. However, within three to five years, termite pretreatment wears off, leaving your property exposed.
Termite extermination for your home or business begins with a complete inspection by a trained termite exterminator. We will identify the species of termite and the location of their colony.