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Some our most common calls are:

Some photos and descriptions provided by NPNA site


Bed Bugs

There's no doubt about it: bed bugs are back! In fact, one out of five Americans has had a bed bug infestation in their home or knows someone who has encountered bed bugs at home or in a hotel, according to Pest World's Bed Bugs in America survey. Do you know how to identify bed bugs in your home?

Click mattress for a "graphic" look







With ants being the #1 nuisance pest in the United States, ant control is now more important than ever. Hard to get them - we never give up - we have many methods, and one just right for your ants. Ants typically live in underground colonies, made up of workers and a queen. Ants will eat practically any kind of food, but are especially attracted to sweets. Ants are easily identifiable due to their three distinct body region: head, thorax and abdomen, as well as antennae. Once we know what they are we have their riddance method.




Cockroach control and management are important for health and safety reasons. The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) reports that one-in-five children in the United States have severe sensitivities to cockroach allergens, which increase the severity of asthma symptoms. These allergens are most commonly introduced in homes through cockroach saliva, droppings and the decomposing bodies of these pests.

Open the microwave for
another "graphic" look




Dangerous Spiders: Often identified by a dark brown violin shape on its back, the brown recluse spider is predominantly found in the Midwest and Southeast of the United States. This species is well known for its "secretive" behaviors as it prefers to take residence in warm, dry and dark environments, such as woodpiles, basements and closets. These spiders have been known to bite and can pose a safety risk. If you find a brown recluse in your home, contact a spider control professional.



The house mouse is the most common rodent pest in most parts of the world. It can breed rapidly and adapt quickly to changing conditions.

Rats can grow vary large and are carriers of disease. We vigorously treat infestations. Call at the first sign of rats.

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