Tired of dealing with pests?

We have you covered! There is no need to spend your valuable time dealing with pest control problems when you could be enjoying time with friends and family. Let us take care of it! Whether it’s ants, mosquitoes, ticks, termites, or even tree spraying, our professional pest control experts can handle any pest problem.


Tree Spraying

Your trees are an important landscape asset. Trees, like any other living organism, are vulnerable to parasites and disease. At certain times of the year you may need professional help to keep them attractive and healthy.

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Are mosquitoes keeping you from enjoying your lawn? We offer complete mosquito, fire ant, flea, and tick control services. Take back your lawn today with our same day service!

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Ticks can go a very long time without a meal, & can survive in a home for several MONTHS without feeding! Maintaining a clean environment has an important role for Flea & Tick minimization, but professional Treatment is required for control.

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Carpenter Ants

Often confused with termites, Carpenter ants do not eat wood but tunnel through it to build nests. Unlike other ant species, Carpenter ants can be difficult to locate and require professional treatment because of the damage they cause to your home.

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Wasps, Bees, & Hornets

A bee or wasp problem in or your home or yard can disrupt daily life and put both you and your family in danger. If you want to make sure that bee or wasp stings do not pose a danger to you or your family, let us address the problem.

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Worried about termite damage in your home? Termites cause over 5 billion dollars of damage each year. Our termite inspection and prevention options can protect you.

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Bagworms may go unnoticed at first, but within a short period of time they can multiply to huge numbers. If your shrubs are covered in brown spindle-shaped sacks like these, you have bagworms. Treat now to prevent serious damage to ornamental plants.

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Hemlock Woolly

Hemlock Woolly infestations are easily detected by the appearance of tiny “cotton balls” at the base of hemlock needles. Proper and consistent treatments is the key to managing and controlling an outbreak.

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