We specialize in both residential and commercial application.
We offer a range of services that can be set up monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly, seasonally or on a clean out service. We provide a clean out service for properties that have a major pest problem. We also offer power spraying for exteriors to control spiders, yellow jackets, ants and any other pest. We use baiting techniques to get rid of roaches, ants, mice or rats and will follow up to make sure you are pleased with the service provided as well as answer any questions you may have. Our services are based on an as needed basis no annual contract required for service.
Our range of services will help keep your restaurant or company clean and pest free. We treat baseboards with a residual pesticide that puts a perimeter around your building, and use baiting techniques to get rid of roaches, ants, mice or rats. We are experts at eliminating drain flies and fruit flies, and have products to keep your grease traps clean.
Our goal is to Prevent problems before they start. It may be as simple as removing the food and water source or shelter of the pests. coupled with appropriate chemical control. Our role as your pest control specialist is to determine and implement the most effective treatments for your business or restaurant. We will follow up to make sure the treatment is working effectively and to answer any questions you may have. Our techniques allow a faster eradication of the problem, because we use all methods available in the industry to eliminate any pest problem you may be experiencing.
Bed Bugs are insect parasites that feed exclusively on blood. The common bed bug is most known as it prefers to feed on human blood.
Their name comes from their preference for warm houses and dwellings, especially near or in bedding and other sleep areas. Mainly active at night, bed bugs often feed without being noticed as their bite is painless.
There has been a worldwide increase in bed bug activity due to frequent introductions during international travel, changes in pest management practices, and resistance to pesticides. Lack of public awareness is perpetuating the continued dispersal of bed bugs.
Bed Bug Biology
Individual bed bugs do not seek a blood meal everyday and may go several days to a week or more between each blood meal. Adult females can lay between 1-5 eggs per day, with the eggs hatching approximately 7-10 days after being deposited by the female. Development from egg hatch to adult takes approximately 1 ½ -2 months, but can take longer depending upon environmental conditions and food availability.
Where Do They Live?
Bed bugs lead a very cryptic lifestyle. As a result, bed bugs are often present for weeks or even months before a single bug is ever seen by the occupants of an infested structure. They live in cracks and crevices associated with bed frames, head boards, mattresses and box springs.
Bed bugs are not caused by poor sanitation or one's social status. However, poor sanitation, particularly clutter, can make it much more difficult to control or eliminate a bed bug infestation. Bed bug infestations must be introduced by bringing in an item that has bugs or eggs associated with it.
How Do I know if I Have Bed Bugs?
Bite symptoms are a good indicator but cannot be diagnosed with 100% certainty. Occasionally you may see evidence of a bed bug infestation without actually seeing any bed bugs. Bed bugs leave fecal stains in the areas they infest. A physical sample of an actual bug or egg is needed for positive confirmation. The most effective inspections are conducted by a qualified pest management professional.
I Have Bed Bugs, Now What?
Sleeping in a different room or vacating the structure is not a solution and can make the problem more difficult to eliminate. Beds do not have to be thrown out and can be saved by using an appropriate mattress and box spring encasement, unless infested. Many companies use physical methods such as vacuuming or hot laundering, but, vacuums that are used to remove bed bugs can become infested.
Our bed bug treatment is more effective than heat treatments and much less expensive.
How Long Does It Take To Rid Them?
Residents must follow the Prep Sheet Guidelines. This is KEY to eliminating the problem! If all steps are taken, the elimination of bed
bugs will occur often within the first 30 days. Please note that all eggs must hatch during this period of time in order for them to be affected by the chemical application.
Carpenter ants often inhabit wooden buildings and structures and can be responsible for major structural damage. Unlike termites, they do not consume the wood, but build "galleries" inside. Certain parts of a house, such as around and under windows, roof eaves, decks and porches, are more likely to be infested by carpenter ants because these areas are most vulnerable to moisture.
The control of carpenter ants involves the use of insecticides in various forms, usually a dust or liquid. The dusts are injected directly into the galleries and holes where the ants make their homes.
The liquid insecticides are applied in area where foraging ants are likely to pick up the chemicals and spread the poisons to the rest of the colony by carrying the material back into their home.
Spiders are found worldwide, on every continent, except for Antarctica. Other than being "creepy" and feared, most spiders are harmless to humans. However there are a few species whose venom is dangerous to humans. As much as they are disliked, spiders can actually be beneficial as they prey on insects that can be a nuisance to humans.
Spiders only bite humans in self-defense, with few producing worse effects than a mosquito bite or bee sting. Most spiders with dangerous bites, such as recluse spiders and widow spiders, would rather flee and bite only when trapped. Usually bites from these spiders arise from trapping them by accident, such as reaching into a brush pile where they have made their home.
One of the best ways for us to control spiders in your home is by working to eliminate insects. Getting rid of insects gets rid of the spider's food source, causing them to move on in search of food.
Once we get the spiders out, we can take steps to keep them out. We do this by applying chemicals along baseboards, windows, and doorways to create a barrier that keeps them from entering your home.