RESIDENTIAL

Residential

RESIDENTIAL EXTERMINATING SERVICES

When it comes to residential pest control, the easiest way to explain what we do is to start by saying that we do just about everything. Here are just some of the pests we regularly exterminate:

• Cockroaches• Ants (all ants except carpenter ants) within the drip line of the house • Scorpions • Silverfish • Springtails • Wasps • Pill bugs • Earwigs 
• Crickets • Mice and rats 
Pantry pests, drain flies, fungus gnats, mosquitoes and houseflies will be treated if there is a problem at the time of a routine visit. A biological agent will be applied to keep your drains and garbage disposal clean as well if needed. 

During our visits, we inspect your structure for any problems or issues the owner should be aware of, such as excessive water around the foundation, firewood too close to your structure, door sweeps allowing entry of insects and loss of cool air, limbs touching the roof, sewage leaks, lawn problems, rocks that attract snakes and scorpions, mulch too close to the foundation, drainage problems, and more.

Providing Service For Bryan TX, Caldwell TX & College Station TX

MOSQUITO CONTROL PROGRAMS

Backyards are havens for mosquitoes, and unless you treat for them, you won’t be able to fully enjoy your yard. The West Nile Virus is carried by mosquitoes in this area of Texas. One should take precautions to reduce or prevent mosquito bites.
We provide three options to the homeowner:
(1) Monthly treatment 
(2) Treatment before an activity
(3) Use of an automated mist system

The size and complexity of the area to be treated determines the cost for treatment. A mist system can be installed and maintained to provide daily treatment, which is important for frequently used pool areas, playgrounds and barbeque areas. A free inspection of the property can provide you with the best price and program. 

Whether you need some help clearing up an ant problem, want to treat your property for mosquitos, or need to take care of some wasps, give us a call today!
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