Why You Should Have a Rodent Control Plan
Not only are rodent infestations disgusting and problematic, they also pose a variety of health and safety concerns for homeowners and businesses alike.
Rodents often enter homes and businesses through foundational cracks, crawl spaces, ducts, vents, and other entry points in order to nest. Once a nest has been established, these vermin multiply and spread quickly throughout structures.
With this in mind, it’s imperative to detect the presence of rats, mice, and other rodents early before problems intensify and infestations grow more severe. That’s where we come in!
The specialists of American Pest only utilize the latest technological advancements in pest control. As of late, our experts have been implementing SMART systems, which are carefully crafted and designed to monitor homes and businesses.
This technology detects the presence of rodents before they can nest and spread. These systems provide lightning-fast response times, and ensure prompt solutions to rodent problems. To learn more about our SMART system technology, refer to the link above!
Will Bed Bugs Go on Their Own?
Bed bugs are a nuisance that no one wants to deal with. Unfortunately, these pests are becoming increasingly common, showing up in homes, apartments, hotels, and even office buildings.
Despite their small size, bed bugs can cause a lot of problems. They bite humans, leaving itchy welts on the skin. They also reproduce quickly, making them difficult to get rid of once they've infested an area.
If you're dealing with bed bugs, you may be considering a do-it-yourself treatment option. However, these treatments are often ineffective, leaving you with an ongoing bed bug problem.
At American Pest, we have over 85 years of experience dealing with bed bugs and other pests. Our team of experts will work quickly to determine the extent of the infestation and develop a customized treatment plan.
This plan could include liquid treatments or -in case of severe infestations- heat treatments that will eliminate bed bugs at all stages of their life cycle. So if you're dealing with bed bugs, don't wait - call American Pest today!
Are Roaches Dangerous?
Roaches are incredibly resilient pests that can be difficult to exterminate. Not only are they quick and adept at hiding, but they can also survive on very little food and water.
In addition, roaches can carry a number of harmful bacteria, which can contaminate food and lead to illness. As a result, it is important to call a professional pest service as soon as you suspect an infestation.
Extermination is best performed by experienced professionals who know how to not only eliminate roaches but also prevent them from returning in the future.
In most of the cases, is almost impossible to get rid of the roach problem with one treatment.
That's why the best way to get rid of roaches is with a comprehensive extermination program that will target all the roaches in your home, not just the ones you can see. And to keep roaches away for good, a preventive treatment plan is your best bet.
Give us a call and ask about our Home pest control plans! - Our exclusive prevention and treatment programs that's guaranteed to keep roaches out of your home for good.