Pests in your home are more than an annoyance or nuisance, they can cause health problems, allergies, food contamination, and damage to your home and furnishings. At Lien Termite and Pest Control, we have the knowledge and training to treat your specific pest control problems. Our service will aid to prevent future problems.
Common pest residential problems
- Cockroaches – With plenty of food, warmth, water, and nesting sites, your home is the perfect environment for them to thrive. They can contaminate food and transmit diseases such as food poisoning and dysentery.
- Ants – Carpenter ants damage the wood structure of your home, fire ants sting, and pharaoh ants are difficult to eliminate and are thought to spread disease organisms.
- Rats & Mice-Rats – Rodents can carry serious diseases, and one mouse can contaminate ten times more food than it eats.
- Spiders, Crickets, Millipedes, Silverfish, Bees, and Wasps – These are other invaders to protect your home against.
First, we inspect to find the pest problem and its cause, and then look for any other potential problems. After analysis, we will offer a treatment plan which can consist of a combination of solutions to eliminate your issues. Some of these can include the following treatment options:
- Crack and Crevice Treatment – This targeted approach is meant to reach the areas where insects live, breed, and hide, with minimal exposure to children, food, or pets.
- Traps –Traps can be used to help extract unwanted pests such as rats and mice.
- Bait – Used to attract and draw the pest out of its protected environment and then to eliminate it once the bait is eaten.
- Exterior Protection – Creating a continuous barrier around the exterior of the home to control pests such as cockroaches, pavement ants, crickets, and earwigs before they enter the building.
- Directed Contact – Direct application of materials to the pests.
- Void Treatment – We treat dark, enclosed areas such as within walls and under cabinets.
- Insect Growth Regulators – Disrupt insect’s natural growth and development by duplicating their natural hormones
All of the above treatment measures must be maintained and renewed periodically in order to remain effective.