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Termite and Pest Control
We treat for these prevalent pests as well as most others please call for further information.
-Throughout the United States termites cause billions of dollars of destruction every year
-They infest your home in colonies, organized similarly to a bee hive or an ants nest
-Just by existing termites can prevent you from being able to sell your house
-Cockroaches are known to carry diseases like dysentary,typhoid, poliomyelitis and gastroenteritis
-Cockroaches are attracted to warm, moist environments and spend daylight hours in dark, secluded sites under refrigerators, stoves, backs of cabinetes, etc
-Deny roaches food, water, shelter and entry
-Fleas are capable of transmitting disease to both people and pets, including typhus and tapeworms 
-Fleas go deep within the confines of carpeting, rugs and upholstery making their elimination very difficult
-Fleas can reproduce rapidly at room temperature, making your home an ideal year round environment
-Rats and mice can cause electrical fires by gnawing through plastic electrical coverings
-They live in the most unsanitary places and are carriers of serious health risks to humans
-Often become a problem in cold winter months when they seek food and warmth inside buildings; experts recommend that you build them out by covering all holes the size of a quarter or larger
-Wasps sting repeatedly but bees sting only once
-Wasps are beneficial in that they eat other insects but bees only eat nectar
-Most people have only local reactions to wasp and bee stings, although a few may experience more serious allergic reactions
-Most bites from brown recluse spiders are miner however a small number produce severe dermonecrotic lesions and severe systemic symptoms
-The venom of the black widow is a nurotoxin and may interfere with nerve impulses to muscle tissue
-These are the most dangerous spiders to humans and both build their webs in woodpiles, sheds, closets and garages
-Silverfish don't carry diseases that transmit to humans but can contaminate food
-Long flat bodies without wings or antenae; covered with silver scales that give the body a metalic sheen
-Live inside buildings generally in moist location like around sink or plumbing fixture and eat paper, glue, books, clothing and linen
-Long trails of thousands of ants may lead from nests to food source
-Feed on sugars, honey, fruit juice, fats and meat
-Ant management requires combined use of mechanical, sanitation and chemical methods of control
-Clothes moths feed on wool, silk, bristles, feathers and fur
-Regular and thorough inspection and cleaning are of utmost importance in prevention and control of clothes moths
-Chemical sprays should only be used for spot treatment and in cracks and crevices