We have a comprehensive treatment protocol which involves a interior and exterior treatment to keep common invaders out. We use a IPM (Integrated Pest Management) approach which is a strategy used to solve pest problems while minimizing risks to people and the environment.
Roaches prefer to live and feed in the dark, so a cockroach seen during the day is a possible sign of infestation. Cockroaches tend to prefer dark, moist places to hide and breed and can be found behind refrigerators, sinks and stoves, as well as under floor drains and inside of motors and major appliances.
Ants usually come indoors in search of food or nesting habitat. Even small amounts of food, like pet food crumbs, can attract ants.
You’ll often find daddy long legs in the dark areas of your room, such as closets, dressers, and under the bed. They may also tuck themselves into the corners of your ceiling and behind your furniture.
We start all of our treatments with a inspection. Inspections are a key point when it comes to solving a pest issue. Not all treatments are the same.
The approach is simple.
Bedbugs are small, reddish-brown parasitic insects that bite the exposed skin of sleeping humans and animals to feed on their blood. Although bedbugs aren't known to spread disease, they can cause other public health and economic issues.
We love Bees! I am sure that you do too. Bees – including honey bees, bumble bees and solitary bees – are very important because they pollinate food crops, but they are also dangerous. Especially to those that are allergic to their sting.
Rats are some of the most troublesome and damaging rodents in the United States. They eat and contaminate food, damage structures and property, and transmit parasites and diseases to other animals and humans. Rats live and thrive in a wide variety of climates and conditions and are often found in and around homes and other buildings, on farms, and in gardens and open fields.
Traveling both domestically and internationally is the number one cause of bed bug infestations. Places with high turnover rates, such as hotels, motels, and Airbnb's are prime spots for picking up bed bugs.
Are honey bees dangerous? Yes, honey bees are considered to be dangerous. A sting from a honey bee will result in a painful, raised welt. In some cases the venom from a honey bee sting can cause a severe allergic reaction that requires immediate medical attention.
Rats and mice can cause structural damage to homes, apartments, offices, and virtually any type of building through gnawing, nest-building, and defecation: Mice will chew on just about anything that they see as useful in building their nests. This could be wood, paper, cloth, books, etc.