Insects come in many shapes and sizes, and we handle almost all of them. The pests listed below are a sample of the insects that we help to control and exterminate. If you don't see your problem pest listed here, don't bug out! Just give us a call and we'll let you know if we can be of service.

Bed Bugs

Relatively small bugs about 3/16-inch long 1/8-inch wide, broadly oval, flat, brown to reddish-brown. a tell tale sign of bed bug activity would be “blood spots”.


Mosquitoes at your home or business can be a serious nuisance. The constant itching as well as the threat of disease passing to you, your family or your pets make mosquitoes one of the most widespread and problematic pests we treat. If you have standing water or other breeding grounds for mosquitoes drawing them into your space, we can help you fix those problems as effectively as possible while also applying treatments that will repel mosquitoes and keep them away from your space.

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter Ants enter buildings to nest or forage. They don’t eat wood ( Like Termites ) but excavate their nest in wood, creating smooth tunnels and galleries.

Little Black Ant

This ant is common in wooded habitats. Most infestations originate from outdoors.

Yellow Jackets

Nests of these species can often be found in trees, in the ground, attached to houses and in structures.

European Hornet

Much larger than the Yellow Jacket with a reddish head.

Bald Face Hornet

A large black hornet with white markings. Nest are usually in trees, shrubs, or attached to structures.

Honey Bees

This is a social insect living in large colonies ranging from 20,000 – 80,000 bees.The Honey Bee is the most important beneficial insect in agriculture due to its role as a pollinator. Swarms can sometimes be seen in the spring attached to a tree or structure. This bee we do not like to eliminate and a bee keeper is always our first choice.

German Cockroach

The cockroach, regardless of species, is built for survival. The German Cockroach likes to live with us. They are found primarily in kitchens, bathrooms or other ares where daily access to water is available. This cockroach is attracted to warmth and is generally thought unable to survive outside of human structures.

Carpenter Bee

This bee will burrow into the exposed dry wood of buildings, decks, telephone poles, fence posts and even wooden bridges.They chew a almost perfect 1/2-inch hole that can extend upto a 12-inch gallery.

Bumble Bee

This bee usually will nest in the ground, but they have also been known to nest in wall voids, soffits of attics and firewood piles.

Paper Wasps

The European paper wasp is sometimes mistaken for the Yellow Jacket because its apperance is similar, but yet very different, to the trained professional. They make visiable nest in all areas of structures, fences, eves and overhangs.

Indianmeal Moth

The Indianmeal Moth is the most common food-infesting moth found in homes, grocery stores, warehouses and distribution centers. They feed on grain and grain products, dried fruits, seeds, graham crackers, nuts, powdered milk, chocolate, candies, etc…, even bird seed and dog food.

Drugstore Beatle

The drugstore beetle, also known as the ” Biscuit Beetle ” is a common pest of the home and storehouse . It feeds on bread, flour, breakfest foods, spices, pet foods, and wheat.


Fleas are small, wingless blood-sucking ectoparasite. Adult Fleas feed only on blood of warm-blooded hosts. Fleas are the most common ectoparasite found on cats, dogs, and turn up as household pests. Under ideal conditions the Flea can complete its life cycle in as little as two weeks.

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