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Bark scorpions climb stucco walls to find ways to enter houses.
Argentine ants cooperate with other ant colonies to damage plants and trees.
Bed bugs drink human blood at night.
Every insect is different. Different in size, diet, societal structure, and habitat. Every insect requires a different plan of pest control. Left unchecked, many kinds of insect colonies will grow frighteningly large and remind Las Vegas homeowners daily that preventative measures must be taken.
Some exterminators treat all insects the same, spraying pesticides on everything. We want to diagnose and treat each pest control case for the specific problem that it is. We’ll use the proper techniques and products needed for your specific problem. We’ll spend as much time as needed to properly treat your property. We’ll charge you as much as the job needs and no more. We’ve spent over a decade learning how insects infest different houses, yards, and pool areas in Las Vegas. We know what to do in each individual case.
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DON’T WAIT TO DO PEST CONTROL.
Once insects have found a comfortable place to live in your home, with easy access to their favorite food and water, their population will explode. Don’t wait to do pest control. A small colony of roaches today can be a full-scale infestation in a very short time. Bed Bugs in particular will become enormous problems very quickly, as they’re small enough to hide anywhere. Bark scorpions deliver more poison than a rattlesnake bite. While pest control treatment methods differ, infestations follow a common pattern:
Scouts from a nearby colony of roaches, ants, bees, bed bugs or other pests stumble across your house. They do so by flying, digging, slipping through cracks, or chewing through wood. If they find food or water, the colony soon knows about it.
Workers from the colony begin trekking to your house. If a comfortable hideaway is found in your home’s attic, crawl space, or walls, the workers may settle in and begin to breed.
When eggs are allowed to hatch, a new colony of pests is created. This foothold in your house is a strong position from which insects and other pests can expand to the limits of their new environment.
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