Pest Control Services

Insecticides: (Residual)

(A dilute solution of insecticide is sprayed on the inside walls of certain types of dwellings – those with walls made from porous materials such as mud or wood but not plaster as in city dwellings.)

Bed Bugs like to travel and will hide in suitcases, boxes, and shoes to be near a food supply.
They come out at night for a blood meal.
Although bed bug can dine on any warm-blooded animal, they primarily dine on humans.
Bed bugs do not transmit diseases, but their bites can become red, itchy welts.


Fumigation: (Through Gas)

(A method that completely fills an area with gaseous pesticides or fumigants to suffocate or poison the pests within.)


Rodenticides: Pellets (Rats & Mice)

(Rodents are difficult to kill with poisons because their feeding habits reflect their place as scavengers. They will eat a small bit of something and wait, and if they don’t get sick, they continue. An effective rodenticide must be tasteless and odorless in lethal concentrations, and have a delayed effect.)

Microdroplets of mouse urine can cause allergies in children.
Mice can also bring fleas, mites, ticks, and lice into your home.
Rats can chew through wiring, causing fires. They also spread numerous diseases.
Rats secured their place in history by spreading the highly dangerous bubonic plague.
They support many ectoparasites and urinate on food.


Gel: (Syringe)

(Roaches eat the gel and then retreat back to their nest where they die and other roaches eat the poisoned carcasses, thus eliminating the nest)



Cockroaches are often found in sewers and will enter structures through drains. They find indoor harborage in basements and crawl spaces.
Cockroaches have been reported to spread at least 33 kinds of bacteria, 6 kinds of parasitic worms, and at least 7 other kinds of human pathogens.
Recent medical studies have shown that cockroach allergens cause lots of allergic reactions in inner city children.