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RESIDENTIAL PEST CONTROLOur residential services are tailored to home-owners, apartment communities, HOAs and property management companies.
COMMERCIAL PEST CONTROL
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20 years plus in the field
Second generation in the pest field
We listen to what your needs are
Integrated Pest Management is what we do best
We work WITH you to resolve your issues
Bedbugs… What are they?
Bed bugs are small, flat insects that reside in beds and other places in the home. They seek shelter in cracks and other little areas such as bedside tables, floorboards, ceiling, electric switches and wallpaper. Bed bugs are also known to be drawn to couches, chairs, and other areas where people rest.
Bed bugs are known to crawl long distances for food and will feed undetected. These bugs can devour up to three times their weight in human blood in just 10 minutes. Many people that have been bitten by bed bugs may have unpleasant allergic reactions, not to mention the embarrassment these pests bring to their victims.
Bed Bug Control
The best method of bed bug removal is a heat treatment. When using a heat treatment, we will seal the home and use our patented heaters to raise the internal temperature to about 150 degrees. This is hot enough to destroy all pests and their eggs, but not enough to destroy your property or electronics. When heat is applied this way, it penetrates walls and crevices we are unable to reach with traditional pesticides. Heat treatment is 100% non-toxic and will not require you to throw out your mattress or furniture.
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Mosquitoes are a common and potentially harmful problem in the Southwest. They carry diseases such as West Nile Virus and Equine Encephalitis that can harm your family and pets. Asian Tiger mosquitoes are the most common variety to invade outdoor activities around your home. These tiny, blood-thirsty marauders can quickly turn a Saturday night backyard barbecue into a painfully itchy one.
Not only can mosquitoes carry diseases that afflict humans, but they also can transmit several diseases and parasites that dogs and horses are very susceptible to. These include dog heart worms, eastern equine encephalitis and West Nile virus.
There are about 200 different species of mosquitoes in the United States, which live in specific habitats, exhibit unique behaviors and bite different types of animals. Despite these differences, all mosquitoes share some common traits, such as a four-stage life cycle (egg, larva, pupa, adult).