General Pest Control
Ants (excluding Fire, and Carpenter), Oriental Roaches, Earwigs, Silverfish, Spiders (excluding Black Widow and Brown Recluse), and many more common crawling insects. Commonly called Occasional Invaders or Nuisance Pests.
- Liquid Applications
- Dry Foam Applications
- Dry Foam Applications
Complete treatment of all baseboards throughout the structure, including but not limited to all bedrooms, bathrooms, living areas, kitchen, garage, and basement (if present). This application will help control many crawling insects, and is the most basic application.
Exterior Power Spray
This application consists of a high pressure high volume application that is performed around the permissible areas of the exterior perimeter of the building. Areas that may include will be at three (3) feet up the exterior wall and 10 ft away from the structure all the way around the building. This treatment is very effective in reducing insect populations on the outside of the building, lessening the possibility of insect entry.
A residual product placed in attics or crawl spaces to help control crawling insects that may over winter or establish harborage areas in these parts of a home.
A combination of the above services done on a frequent service interval that will maximize the efficacy of our treatments. Recommended maintenance service frequency for residential sites is Quarterly (Every 3 Months).
A very detail oriented treatment plan that targets this pest utilizing various treatment techniques and the most innovative products on the market. Our Brown Recluse service targets these pests where they nest and hide using our 2 step approach.
These occasional invaders will bring fear to homeowners because of the potential risk of a painful sting. Treatment will include not only living areas of the home but attics and crawl spaces (if available) also. Interior and exterior applications will be performed, as well as other techniques that will help control this pest.
These pests are brought into homes from some other location, some examples would be hotels, visitors staying in the home, and used items such as furniture being brought into the home. Some of the cleanest homes with virtually zero sanitation issues can have bedbugs. The most important aspect of bedbug control is inspection and finding the infested areas of the home, once these areas are identified the treatment phase can begin.
Many times the problem areas are not located strictly outdoors and the interior must be treated, especially in pet bedding areas. Making sure the animals are treated accordingly will minimize the risk of reinfestation. Sometimes adjoining yards are the source of the infestation, should this be the case and nothing is done to address the issue in these areas more regular maintenance services may need to be done to keep the problem under control.
This treatment is centered around finding and eliminating the existing colony. Colonies can be located in walls, crawl spaces, attics, or under porches. Once the colony is eliminated it is imperative that any remaining honey comb is extracted, and entry points are repaired. If honey is left behind it could cause odor issues or other honey bee colonies could reinfest the abandoned honey comb.