Services

Inspection & Extermination: We Can Help Handle Both!

We offer both inspections and exterminations to all our clients.

Bed Bugs Extermination:

BedBugWe can get rid of these insects which typically dwell in box springs, mattresses, bed frames, couches, chairs, window & door moldings, behind wall paper & pictures, under carpet, cracks in the hardwood floors, wall voids, and outlets.

Bird Mites Extermination:

BirdmitesCertain types of mites are parasitic on humans & will occasionally infest buildings. Often associated with wild or domestic birds or rodents, mites are very small (about the size of the period in this sentence) and are closely related to ticks. Often Infestations go unnoticed for some time. Our technicians can effectively exterminate bird mites.

Moth Extermination:

 

Moths

Most moths in the U.S. are seen as pests due to the damage their larvae cause to materials, textiles and stored products. Unlike other pests, moths pose you no health risks.

Once inside your home or business, moths can severely damage natural fibers in carpets, clothes, fabrics, fur and even leather. Moth caterpillars cause the damage by eating the protein (keratin) found in natural materials like wool, cotton and silk. This puts your delicate items at particular risk of damage.

 

Flea Extermination:

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Fleas are parasites that feed on blood, and seem to prefer humans, cats, dogs, opossums, and rodents. A flea can jump up to 8 inches high and are usually found on shoes, pant legs, or blankets. Consequently your pet may infest your entire home with these pests. In these cases please call for our Flea Extermination Services.

Roach Extermination:

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Cockroaches transmit diseases, contaminate food, and induce allergies. If someone in your building has them, guess what? You Have Them Too! Some female cockroaches mate once and are pregnant for the rest of their lives.

Rodent Extermination / Mice Extermination / Rat Extermination:

We can help permanently remove Mice and Rats that invade homes or other structures looking for food and shelter. Their activity can damage buildings, and property by their constant gnawing and burrowing. They contaminate food, and can spread diseases to people and pets. Generally, they have a remarkable ability to adapt and are difficult to eradicate.

  • Cockroaches have been around since the time of dinosaurs!
  • A cockroach can live almost a month without food.
  • A cockroach can live about two weeks without water.
  • Some female cockroaches only mate once and stay pregnant for life!
  • A cockroach can live for up to one week without its head!
  • Cockroaches can hold their breath for up to 40 minutes!
  • Cockroaches can run up to 3 miles an hour.