Common Pests in Arizonia
Ants are foragers. They need food and water to survive. If you are supplying them with theses, it will make your home a favorable nesting site.
Bed bugs get into your home a number of ways. One of the largest culprits is your own luggage. They will hitch a ride during your vacation.
Are your bees a problem, or are they better left alone? This depends on the species and the location of the hive. Call us and We’ll figure it out
Roaches are excellent at hiding. They prefer places that are moist and dark. That’s why you’ll often find roaches in the kitchen.
Crickets are fairly innocent as far as pests go, however they do carry Salmonella and E.coli in their waste products which can be harmful.
Flies are attracted to places they can reproduce. This differs depending on the fly. The end result is the same though.
Aside from tearing up your yard, pocket gophers are perfectly happy to feed on bulbs and underground root systems.
Mice breed so quickly it can make getting a handle on the problem difficult. DIY home treatments may catch one mouse at a time, but a professional can get ’em all.
We know you aren’t surprised. Pigeons are incredibly hardy. They are a larger problem in cities where nesting sites and food sources are plentiful
While rats are known for spreading the plague, they carry a wide range of other diseases as well. Even their feces carries dangerous pathogens, so do not clean up rat feces and urine without proper protection.
Scorpions enter homes in a number of ways. Many scorpions are adept climbers. They may crawl into a home from beneath it, entering through gaps in the foundation.
There are three poisonous spiders that can pose a serious risk to humans in Arizona. If you encounter any of the these: Call us right away
The way we treat your property depends on what type of termite you have. In Arizona, there are two species responsible for the most damage. They all look and act a little differently, so you may be able to identify the species yourself.
Unfortunately for the residents of Arizona, ticks are active year-round. They become even more active after a rain, and it’s recommended you are especially vigilant after-wards.
Wasps & Hornets
The goal of wasps and hornets is to protect the queen, the only member of a hive that can produce offspring. Workers don’t have the capacity to reproduce. Instead, they gather food for the queen and other members of the colony.