Pests We Treat


An Ant infestation is the most commonly reported pest problem. Ants enter your home or business in search of food and water.

Bed Bugs

Bed bugs have largely been thought of as being a problem of the past. Unfortunately, we are now experiencing a widespread recurrence.

Carpenter Bees

Carpenter Bees are solitary bees that bore into wood to lay their larva. Filling in any holes, is strongly recommended since these bees prefer to use existing holes.


Cockroaches multiply very quickly, and they also adapt quickly, too. It is important to contact a pest control agency quickly if you see them in your home or business.


Successful control of fleas starts with the treatment of the pet. People notice fleas when there is no animal host available or when the flea population gets high.

Occasional Invaders

Millipedes, Centipedes, Earwigs, Clover Mites, Pill Bugs, Springtails, Silverfish. Most of these pests need moisture to survive. Drying out the areas you see them helps.


Mice and rats are a problem when they find their way into your home. They like to be near humans so that they have a ready supply of food.


There are over 35,000 described species of spiders worldwide, with about 3,000 occurring in North America. Some species of spiders have a poisonous bite.

Stinging Insects

A bee or wasp problem in or your home or yard can disrupt daily life and put both you and your family in danger. Let a professional address the problem.

Stink Bugs

The stink bug derives its name from an unpleasant scent from a substance that they release when disturbed. A stink bugs body looks like a shield.


Termites have been around for over 120 million years. They are social insects and live in colonies which are usually located in the ground.