Indoor Pest Control General Household Pest Control
We help control the following insect inside the home. American Roaches, Brown Banded Roaches, German Roaches, Oriental Roaches, Smokey Brown Roaches, Silver Fish, House Ants, Pantry Pest, Solitary Wasp, Millipedes, Centipedes, Earwigs, House Crickets and Web removal.
Additional insect control available at additional cost or with a different agreement , such as bed bugs, indoor fleas, indoor ticks, firebrats, carpenter ants, pharoah ants, moisture ants, outdoor fleas, outdoor ticks, black widow spiders, brown recluse spiders, spider mites, carpet beetles ( this is just a list and does not name them all).
The Easy Peasy 8-Step Lawn Care Program
A complete granularized fertilizer will be put down on the lawn 3 times a year, we will also supplement with a liquid fertilizer throughout the year, to maintain good health, vigor, and color throughout the year.
Service is provided approximately every 6 weeks (8 times a year). Pre-emergent, weed control, insecticide, fungicide, and service calls are included at no extra charge to the client.
No Mosquito Zone
We treat your lawn and landscape to greatly reduce the mosquito population, so you can once again enjoy your yard.
Bed Weed Crack/Crevice Control
The cracks and crevices of your driveway, sidewalk, and/or parking lot will be sprayed to control weeds.
Small animal Control
We will trap and remove nuisance animals
Rodent Control -mice, rats, moles, pocket gophers, etc...
We will inspect the residence and advise the customer. We set traps and arrange to come out and check and reset the traps.
Rodent/Small Animal Exclusions
We will close places that rodents or small animals may gain access to the home. Most of the time these are done with a metal hardware cloth to still allow the proper ventilation to the home.
The Lemon Squeezy Fire Ant / Flea 8 - step Program
The lawn and shrub beds will be treated 8 times per year ( depending on your start date ) for fire ants and fleas to control these pesky insects during their peak seasons. We offer one service call between regular services if necessary.
Additional Service offered
Aerating opens the soil by pulling out small plugs of soil about 3-5 inches deep and then depositing them on the surface to eventually decompose and disintegrate back into the ground. Make sure you leave them on the ground to decompose. This provides the opportunity for the grass root systems to acquire the nutrients, water and air that are essential for growth. Loose soils allow the roots systems to penetrate more deeply into the soil and become stronger and more resilient if they have to fight off the effects of drought or disease. Soil microorganisms become more abundant and help in breaking down and preventing the formation of thatch in the lawn. Aerating destroys heavy thatch in the coring process and aids in adding this nutrient rich compost back into the soil.