If you thought regular ants were bad, you will despise the Southern Fire Ant. These ants are known to be brightly red-colored and sting any human that dares cross its path. These ants may look underwhelming; however, their stings burn and itch for days after the attack. We aren’t just talking about a singular ant too, fire ants like to stick together. This means that if you get in the way of one, the others are not too far behind. While we usually do not see these ants in the home as often as the typical black colored ant, it does happen from time to time. The only way to keep out is to learn what exactly it is that attracts them to the house. This is important for the sake of yourself and the sake of your home. Once these ants make themselves at home they tend to do some damage. To avoid these problems keep reading below to learn what not to do.
Movement of Plants
This doesn’t help everyone avoid these ants, but if gardening or keeping flowers in the home are things you like, then this applies to you. Having flowers or plants of any kind be moved from outdoors or a store inside your home can cause fire ants to make your home theirs. Even having a few of these ants is just enough for them to create a whole nest and tribe. To avoid having this problem we recommend looking over and washing any plants that come from stores. This way if there is a fire ant or any other bugs on your plant, you can get rid of them before they call your home their home. This is also true of any plants you have grown or had sitting outside. Fire ants love plants and will quickly flock to them when outdoors. Examining your plants before moving them around will save you a larger hassle in the long run.
A Messy Home
Similar to other kinds of bugs, having a messy home will attract fire ants. Bugs, like us humans, require food, shelter, and water. These are all things your home can easily provide given they get access to it. Cleaning up all food crumbs and messes rapidly will turn ants off from entering your home. This doesn’t just apply to human messes either; clean up your dog’s messes and any food they have left behind. Ants love dog food and will be more drawn to your house if its frequently laying around. Another pro tip for cleaning up, never let the trash be dumped too close to your home. Having your trash near the lawn and the home will attract ants inside your home. If the trash is going outside make sure to put it as far away from your house as possible.
Faulty Construction Practices
This reason for fire ants is not always in the control of the homeowner; however, it can be a large contributing factor to why fire ants flock to your home. An aspect of this you can control though is properly sealing windows. Fire ants like to creep in through a variety of ways. Leaving windows open or not sealed correctly gives them the perfect opportunity to sneak into your home. Be sure to also regularly check any holes or cracks in the walls, especially those near plumbing. You may not notice the ants at first, but you will eventually notice soil or dirt in these areas. Fire ants like to bring these supplies into your home so they can make their living situation while in your home. If you see this then call an exterminator right away.
Fire ants are not enjoyable to approach outdoors and most definitely are not enjoyable when seen in your home. To keep them out of your home, making sure you do not do the three items above will help. Although, if you already have noticed soil, dirt, or ants in the home, then it’s time to give our team at Quality Pest Control a call. To learn more about fire ants and what attracts them to your home, give us a call today!
Everyone is aware of what ants look like and how there are different kinds. But, not too many people are aware of what a white-footed ant is. These kinds of ants are one of the more common kinds that are known to be culprits of infestations, making them even more important to be aware of. Coming in at about one-eighth of an inch long, these ants are tiny. They are recognizable by their black body with pale white color at the end of all of its legs, hence where the name white-footed ant comes from. While these ants, unlike the red ant, do not sting or bite, they can be quite a nuisance to have in your home. While you can get rid of some of them on your own, if the infestation has grown to be rather large then it may be better to call in the pest control experts. Here at Quality Pest Control, we know how stressful it can be to deal with an infestation, which is why we are dedicated to helping you with all of your pest problems. If you think some of the characteristics of these ants match those in your home, save yourself the hassle and give us a call.
Where Can You Find the White Footed Ant?
White-footed ants can usually be found in the southern part of Florida. These ants love the warm, humid weather and often are found outdoors in nests. These nests tend to be underneath objects such as trees, potted plants, bricks, and mulch. Although, once these ants get established within your home they can set up shop inside your walls, under household objects, and in the carpet.
How Do White Footed Ants Behave?
These ants typically do their feeding at night, making them harder to spot once they have made themselves comfortable in your home. Some of the things they like to feed on are honeydew, nectar, water, and sweet liquids of any kind. This makes them more likely to enjoy items in your kitchen as compared to other bugs. Similar to other kinds of ants, the white-footed ant will have some of its colony go out and get food to eat while others stay behind to lay eggs. In contrast to other kinds of ants, the white-footed ants do not like to share food with others. Because of this the other ants that stay behind will lay eggs called trophic eggs and eat those instead of the found food.
How You Can Prevent These Ants
These ants can be prevented through a variety of methods such as eliminating any piles of bricks, lumber, or other forms of debris from your property. These items are the perfect location for white-footed ants to set up shop. The last thing you want is these objects finding their way close to your home and leading ants right into your house. Keeping these landscape items as far away from your home as possible is another great method for keeping the ants away. We understand that you can only put them so far; however, even pushing them back a few inches can help. We also recommend checking out your sprinkler system and the direction the water goes. If the water looks to be spraying on to your home then you should look into moving the sprinkler head to face another direction. The constant water being sprayed on your home can attract the ants and cause an infestation to occur.
If you have seen these ants, or any other bugs, inside your home and think something is off, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. We can make sure we come on out to your home to evaluate the situation for you. When it comes to infestations, it’s never a bad idea to be overly cautious. The thought of living with bugs inside your home may be a disturbing one, but that isn’t even the worst part of the grand scheme of things. Bugs are also known to do severe damage to the home the longer they inhabit it, making it that much more important to get rid of the problem as soon as possible. To learn more about white-footed ants and our extermination process, give us a call today!
Living in Florida we are known for our variety of pests, from insects to wildlife, we truly are home to it all. This can be great as nature is enjoyable; however, pests always come with some problems when they intrude in our homes or property. While we can’t control the occasional roach or ant seen in our homes, we can get rid of infestations. An infestation is when there is an abnormally large number of insects or animals in a place, or in this case your home. When this happens it can traumatic and disturbing for those who have to leave with it. Not only are these pests and animals unsightly in the home, but they also can do a lot of home damage and carry diseases. This can be a very expensive and unhealthy problem to have. When it comes to an infestation the only way you can stop it is through extermination methods. This brings us to the most common question we get asked here at Quality Pest Control, what kinds of pests are we able to help out with.
Here at Quality Pest Control in Cape Coral, Florida, we can help out with many different kinds of pests. We understand how horrible leaving in an infestation can be and will try and use all of our resources to help you out. Whether you know you have an infestation or are just suspicious of one, we are here for you.
One of the worst infestations to deal with are cockroach infestations. These pests are known by their large in size appearance and dark-colored shell. Roaches are known to come out at night, making it harder to know if they are infesting your home. These pests like to hide in narrow areas such as walls, beneath carpets and mats, and drains.
Termites infestations do not happen as often as some of the others, but they can do some of the worst damage. These pests like to live inside the walls of your home and will feed on anything with wood. This can spell out to be a lot of trouble for those with wood furniture and foundations in their home. Termites are recognizable by how they travel in swarms and their unique droppings.
While ants are one of the most harmless kinds of infestations to have, they can be frustrating. Ants are those pests that never seem to go away no matter how hard we all try. From all of the baits and traps out there, you would think there was a better way to get rid of them, but extermination is the only real way. You’ll know you have an infestation on your hands when you see these pests in large amounts wandering around your home.
Honey bees have garnered more and more attention in the past years after making the endangered species list. These pests do not mean any harm; however, they do tend to slip into our homes sometimes. If you can avoid killing any of these bees we would recommend that, although, we understand that sometimes we cannot avoid spraying them. If you begin to notice an increase in honey bees on your property give us a call and will come on out and safely relocate them for you. This way you and the bees remain safe and unharmed.
Wildlife extermination and removal are some of the least commonly used services we offer. While people do not tend to think of wildlife when they think of Florida, we still have many critters that can be pesky. Animals such as raccoons have been known to cause many problems on people’s property with their homes and their trash. If you have seen a raccoon constantly rummaging through your trash then it may be time to have us safely remove the raccoon for you.
If you think you may be dealing with an infestation but are unsure, it’s never a bad idea to give us a call. Our team can come on out to your home and exam the property for any bugs or infestations. Best case scenario you were overly cautious and have peace of mind, worst case scenario we find an infestation and can discuss extermination options with you. When it comes to pests, it’s always better to be safe and protect your home and health than to be sorry. To learn more about pests we exterminate or to schedule a visit, give us a call today at (239) 540-2359.
Honey bees are those bugs that we all get kind of freaked out about but know better than to deal with ourselves. As of recent, it has become widespread news that honey bees are a vital part of the environment, with them even being recognized by the Florida Department of Agriculture. This means that even though we may hate to see them near us, we cannot act on our fear and squash them the way we do other insects. For those who think they may have a honey bee problem, this news may be bothersome; however, there are ways to get rid of your honey bee problem morally and effectively. The best way to do this is to have a professional come on out and deal with it for you, such as our team members at Quality Pest Control. We are knowledgeable on all things pest control and can make sure your honey bee problem is fixed without having to hurt any bees in the process. If you have seen a few bees but are not sure if there is even a problem to be addressed, then give us a call and we can come on out and do an evaluation for you. As we like to say, it’s better to be safe rather than sorry.
What are the Signs of a Honey Bee Infestation?
You may see a few honey bees and assume that they are just making their way around the neighborhood. You may even notice that they have formed a small beehive in a corner of your patio and think nothing of it. This is oftentimes the case, but sometimes they seem to take a pit stop and make themselves at home for the long haul. This isn’t the worst thing if it’s only a few bees; although, this is how it usually starts before they begin to multiply. If you are not sure if you have a legitimate bee problem on your hands then there are a few signs you can keep an eye out for. First things first, one of the definite signs of an infestation is buzzing and humming sounds being heard in your house. This noise is not necessarily coming from inside your home but rather outside your home. If you are hearing buzzing while trying to get some sleep you have more than your average amount of bees hanging around your home. This humming spells out a large problem as bee humming is not particularly loud.
The second sign you should keep an eye out for is wet spots. Wet spots occur when the bees honey has melted and seeped through your ceiling and walls into your home. Again, melted honey is not a problem when there are only a few bees. The few bees would not be physically able to produce enough honey to get this effect; however, a large number of bees could most definitely produce enough honey for it to melt into your home. This sign is probably the worst one because at this point you are facing some serious damage to your home along with an infestation. We recommend calling our team when you begin to notice this problem.
The last sign you will begin to notice is honey bees making an appearance in your home. While this is unlikely to become a big problem for you, you might begin to notice some slipping in when you try and enter your home. This is due to there being so many honey bees that the odds of a bee coming into your home is naturally going to increase. When this happens, try and not panic. Instead, try finding a way to safely let it out of the house without harming it in the process.
If any of the above signs apply to you then you may want to consider giving our team at Quality Pest Control a call. These signs indicate that there is a strong bee population around your home that needs to be removed. While you can easily spray chemicals at these bugs, we strongly advise against it as bees are so critical to the environment. The only way to safely remove the problem is to have a professional come on out and help you. We know exactly what procedure to follow to ensure your home is secure from bees while the bees are safely relocated. To learn more about honey bee removal and our pest control services, give us a call today at (954) 329-0264.
Everyone has had to deal with the occasional bug entering their home unwelcomed. This is usually just seen as a minor inconvenience; however, if it is happening more often than you would like then there is probably a problem you need to address. Similar to how lice do not like clean scalps, bugs do not like clean houses. A clean house does not provide food for bugs nor does it offer them many places to discreetly hide. This is why a clean home is just one of the many methods proven to keep bugs out of the house. While you may still see a bug now and again, it will certainly not be a common occurrence. Here at Quality Pest Control, we know all of the tips and tricks to keep your home a bug free one. Although, if the situation has gotten out of control, we are always a phone call away. For all of your bug needs, we are here to assist you any way we can.
How Can You Keep Bugs Out of the House?
The simple answer is to not allow bugs to come in and ft home. Bugs are naturally outdoor creatures and should not come into your home and feel like your home can be compared to the outdoors. With this in mind here are 5 methods we recommend for preventing bugs from feeling at home in your home.
Method 1: Keep Your Home Clean
The easiest method of keeping bugs out of your home is to make sure your house is always clean. This means that you are going to need to do a deep clean now and again and maintain a certain standard of cleanliness daily. Even allowing a mess to sit throughout the night can attract bugs to your home. If you are someone who likes to go down in the middle of the night and grab a snack then be sure to clean up after yourself. No matter when and where a mess happens you need to clean it up right away.
Method 2: Stay on Top of the Kitchen & Other Dining Areas
The kitchen is the area that is most likely to attract any bugs. This is because bugs are commonly after food and shelter, both things a kitchen can give them. The best way to keep them out is by putting all opened food into containers, wiping down countertops regularly, doing all dishes in a timely fashion, and sweeping the floor. Bugs will go after every little crumb you leave behind; they are not picky when it comes to food making it even more important to stay on top of the kitchen.
Method 3: Address the Problem Immediately
One of the more common kinds of pest people see is ants. Ants tend to flock to even the smallest of crumbs left behind. And as soon as they flock they are there to stay. The only way to get ahead of the problem is to address it as soon as you notice it. As soon as you see the first ant, you need to assume there are hundreds of others that are in hiding, waiting to come out and explore your home. We recommend putting up ant traps in the areas you commonly see them so that you can stop the problem before our team at Quality Pest Control need to step in. For every other type of pest, there are different kinds of sprays you can use to stop them in their tracks. By doing this you are controlling a small nuisance and preventing it from being a huge problem. We know it sounds crazy to take a lot of precaution because of one bug but bugs multiply at a quick rate and will become comfortable with your home even quicker.
To learn more about what you can do to prevent pests our team at Quality Pest Control are here to help you. We have all of the answers to your pest questions. If you have been attempting the above methods and have not noticed any improvement in your situation we are more than happy to come on out and evaluate your home for any infestations. Give us a call today at (239) 540-2359 to set up your evaluation.
In Florida it isn’t unusual to see honey bees roaming about; however, it can still be quite scary for those who are allergic to these insects and to those who have a fear of them. Honey bees are known to hang out in their hives that can usually be found in an outdoor corner of your home. While these bugs do roam about, they usually tend to mind their business unless bothered. Although, once they grow pretty big as a colony, they can become a nuisance or concern for many people. When this becomes the case, it may be time to phone the experts and consider getting the bees removed or relocated. Removing bees from the home can get a negative rep sometimes, but we choose to think of it as a way of educating the people we visit while helping them out with their problem. These honey bees are very crucial to the environment and are even recognized by the Florida Department of Agriculture, making the removal service a careful one. We use this time to give you all the honey bee facts so that you can be informed about their vital role to the environment while we save your house from any further hive damage.
Signs of a Honey Bee Infestation
Honey bee infestations are usually not obvious at first due to them being all over the place during the warmer months. Although, there a few signs you can look out for that well tell you if you have honey bees or a honey bee infestation. One of the surefire signs of an infestation is buzzing and humming sounds being heard in your house. This does not mean that the bees are in the house, rather that there are so many of them outside your home in a particular area that you can hear them while inside your house. You won’t hear just a few as the buzzing and humming sounds are not too loud; however, once the honey bee colony has grown to large size you will begin to hear the sounds as they collectively buzz and hum. Another sign that is easy to spot is a “wet spot”. What we mean by a wet spot is melted honey or wax comb on your ceilings and walls. Once the infestation has grown you will begin to see these melted substances melt into your home from the outside. This can cause quite a bit of damage to the home so it’s critical to pay attention to other signs before it gets this bad. The last sign you will see is honey bees in your home. This one is a little bit more unlikely than the other two; nonetheless, it happens to many people who are dealing with an infestation. The honey bees will begin to fly through your home in hopes they find food to munch on. When this starts to happen it’s time to call in an expert such as one from Quality Pest Control to get rid of these bees safely and carefully.
If you have begun to notice any of the above signs, then there is no doubt that you are dealing with a honey bee infestation in your home. Honey bees are not the worst pest to infest your home; however, they do come with some drawbacks as any pest does. One of the worst drawbacks is that it is very frowned upon to get rid of these bugs by yourself. Honey bees are a vital part of the environment, with one single bee having the ability to pollinate many crops. Because of this ability and the fact that honey bees are getting closer and closer to being on the endangered species list, it is best to have a professional come out and deal with them for you. This is why it is so important to look out for any of the above signs so our team at Quality Pest Control can come out and deal with your problem for you. If you think that any of the above signs apply to you then it does not hurt to give us a call. Contact us today at (239) 540-2359 to learn more about our honey bee services.
It’s fair to say that all bugs are pretty horrible to deal with; however, bed bugs take the cake. These little critters are very sneaky and can be hard to get rid of at times. They tend to hide in the most inconspicuous of places making them able to multiply at alarming rates, and since these creatures are nocturnal you probably won’t even know they exist for some time. Similar to other pest infestations, you will not always know that you have a bed bug infestation until the infestation is considerably large. The trick to dealing with them efficiently is to know all of the signs that they have entered your home so that you can stop the infestation before it becomes too large of an issue. This is where Quality Pest Control comes in. We know all of the signs to keep an eye out for so that you can hopefully stop the infestation from growing larger, although, no matter how big or small of an infestation you are going to need professional help to get rid of these pests for good.
How to Tell When There’s a Bed Bug Infestation
Some of the signs of a bed bug infestation may seem obvious at first; however, some of the signs can be interchangeable with other types of pest and rodent infestations. Due to this, it is important to know as many signs as possible to rule out other kinds of pests. Whether you have bed bugs or not, Quality Pest Control can get rid of any pest problem you have.
. Blood Stains
Since bed bugs need blood to survive, they will usually come out of their hiding place once or twice a week to feed. Although they can live up to a year without a host, they are selfish and prefer to get more blood throughout the week. After a bed bug is done feeding, they will crawl back into their hiding place leaving behind a trail of bloodstains. These stains are usually found closer to the edge of the bed as most bed bugs like to hide in the headboard or box spring of the bed.
. Itchy Bites
This sign of bed bugs is a tricky one as many other pests can cause itchy skin. Compared to the other kinds of pests that like to bite, bed bugs have a unique way of getting blood from humans that can help you pick their bites apart from others. A bed bug bite will leave redness in the area and will be in a diagonal zig-zag line on the skin. These bites are smaller in the size and tend to lay flat on the skin similar to how a scratch would. Bed bugs typically bite the same area and will do so in a line format, opposite of how fleas or ants would bite. They also tend to go for areas of the skin that are out in the open as opposed to areas that are underneath your blankets and comforters.
. There’s an Odor
Like most pests and pest infestations, after the problem gets rather large and odor will begin to constantly linger in the air. Every infestation has its unique odor and this rings especially true for bed bug infestations. These bugs emit an odor that has commonly be compared to a wet towel and a dirty locker in a locker room. If you are starting to notice this scent particularly in your bedroom then chances are that you have a sizeable bed bug infestation. It’s important to keep this scent in mind as soon as you are suspicious since the scent will only get stronger as the infestation gets bigger.
For all of your bed bug issues, Quality Pest Control is here to help. Our team of experts has handled plenty of bed bug cases successfully and will be able to handle yours as well. We know all of bed bugs tricks and how to get to all of their hiding places. After we are done with our extermination process you can be sure to get a good night’s sleep free of the stress from the horrible pests. If any of the above signs are present in your home, then it may be time to give one of our team members a call. When it comes to pests it’s always better to call and be safe than sorry. Reach out to us today at (954) 329-0264 to hear more about our bed bug services.
Living in Florida is a dream come from for many. The weather is beautiful year-round, there are tons of beaches to choose from, and the scenery is gorgeous. One thing that is never talked about when people mention that they may be moving to Florida is that we have all kinds of crazy bugs. Even worse, bugs like humans love the warm and humid atmosphere making us sometimes have to compete with one another. If you live in Florida chances are you have seen the occasional pest come into your home and got rid of it without a second thought. This is all fine and dandy; however, what do you do when you start to see multiple bugs coming in? At this point, you are no longer brushing it off and are probably stressing out about the problem. The only way to prevent yourself from being in this situation where you have to consider extermination is to do pest preventative measures. By following this guide you will know all of the simple tasks you can do to prevent pests from coming into your home and more importantly, prevent an infestation from occurring. Although, if you are dealing with an infestation, our team at Quality Pest Control is more than happy to come out and assist you with that problem.
3 Tasks You Can Do to Keep Pests Away:
Keep Your Home As Organized and As Clean As Possible
This step towards a pest-free home is a great one because an organized and clean home can benefit you in more ways than one. Not only have organized and clean homes been shown to correlate to general feelings of happiness and motivation, but they also keep pests away. Pests love homes that are messy and dirty; this is because these homes will feed them, leftover crumbs on the counter, and will shelter them, tons of places to hide due to general messiness. If pests cannot sense any food leftover for them they are not likely to be attracted to your house as it is not a place that they think will keep them alive. Some things you can do to ensure pests don’t make your home their home are cleaning the dishes every night before bed, taking out the trash frequently, wiping down countertops, and keeping clothes and items off the floor and in storage bins.
Seal All Gaps
Make sure that all roof, garage, attic, door, and window gaps are sealed off from the outside world. Pests are quite small in size and do not have the kind of bulky or large build we have, which is kind of their superpower. Their flexible and bendy bodies allow them to sneak into our homes right in front of our eyes. Even the smallest of gaps is suitable to pests, for them if there’s a will, there’s a way. Make sure all of the gaps you notice regardless of size are completely sealed off.
Trim All Plants, Trees, and Shrubs
This task requires much more labor than the others; however, if you keep the plants and shrubs trimmed consistently, the task will be easier to do each time as opposed to if you trim these plants once a year. Plants that get way too large and unmaintained can become a huge breeding ground for all kinds of pests, and if these plants are close to your house that means your house is about to become a breeding ground as well. It is very easy for pests such as ants to crawl right into your home from the great outdoors, making it so important to maintain the outside of your house just as much as you maintain the inside.
When it comes to pests it’s all about making your home seem as unappealing as possible. Pests will not want to come into a home that is kept clean, tidy, and organized. The thought of this kind of home leaves a bad taste in their mouth, making them sure to skip your home to check out your neighbors. By following this guide you are sure to avoid an infestation, even throughout the hot, humid Florida summer. However, if you do need an exterminator to come out and check out your home our team at Quality Pest Control will be more than happy to assist you. To learn more about our services give us a call today at (954)329-0264.
Bed bugs are those tiny little creatures that haunt you in your sleep. These little bugs survive off human blood and usually do their feeding in the comfort of the darkness when you are fast asleep. In the day time, they are extremely hard to find and are quite lazy, choosing to sleep in the nests they have built. Usually, these nests are well hidden in the box spring or the headboard of beds, making them very difficult to track down. Add to this that they are tiny in size and hard to see and you have an expert predator. All of the bed bugs traits make it safe to say that they are the modern-day Dracula. These little critters may sound easy to get rid of, right? Avoid human contact, and they can’t feast; however, they can survive up to one calendar year without any blood. The only way to get rid of them completely is to either starve them for a year, the hard way or have them exterminated by a professional from Quality Pest Control, the easy way. While both methods of extermination are effective, it’s always best to get rid of these pests immediately as they tend to travel around efficiently and quickly. Bed bugs have been known to be big world travelers, attaching themselves to traveler’s luggage and coming home with them. This is usually done all without the host knowing as the bed bugs are quite sneaky. The above information may sound frightening; nonetheless, you should not let it change your desire to travel. At Quality Pest Control, we have many tips to help prevent this nightmare from happening to you.
How Can I Prevent Taking Home Bed Bugs After a Trip?
This is the most important bed bug information you can know if you ever plan on staying in a hotel room. Bed bugs do not discriminate and can be found at even the most luxurious of resorts, making everyone at risk regardless of how many stars your hotel is. The best thing you can do is be knowledgeable on the topic and know some of the following tips:
The best kind of luggage for traveling are those that are hard and smooth to the touch. Bed bugs will not find these kinds of luggage attractive as they usually have no pockets or hidden compartments for bed bugs to hide in. If you prefer to take a bag you already have and do not own hard-shelled luggage, then the next best choice is a duffle bag. Duffle bags will not be nearly as efficient at keeping the bed bugs away; however, they can be washed in searing hot water, which will kill all bed bugs and eggs before they can make themselves at home in your bed. Just be sure to wash your bag and clothes immediately after you get back from your trip.
. Packing and Arriving
Before you arrive at your hotel and destination you are going to want to stop and purchase plastic bags such as Ziplocs and flashlight. This flashlight does not need to be anything fancy, it just needs to be able to shed some light on objects, such as the bed. This will come in handy for when you inspect your hotel room. When you get to the room make sure you put your luggage on the floor away from any furniture or walls. You will then want to inspect all of the furniture for any signs of bed bugs such as blood spots, dead and live bugs, and shed skin. If you do not notice any of this right away then you probably are in the clear, or the infestation is too small to of shown any signs. At this point, you can do an even more thorough look at the bed to ensure that areas such as the box spring and the headboard do not have any of these signs. Whether or not you see any of these signs, it’s still smart to use your plastic bags after your trip for any clothes you wore that you think may have bed bugs on them. This will keep any problem isolated until you can wash everything at home.
. Coming Home
Once you get home from your trip you should unpack everything in a garage or outdoors if you can. After unpacking you should take everything inside and straight to the wash. Anything you are washing needs to be washed in the hot cycle and dried on the hottest setting to kill any bugs or eggs. If something cannot be dried or washed in a hot setting then you should bag everything up in a plastic baggy and take it to the dry cleaners.
When it comes to traveling it is important to have fun, but it is even more important to be safe. Bed bugs while just a minor inconvenience in the grand scheme of things, can still result in itchy bites to your skin and a strain your wallet. At Quality Pest Control we have all of the travel guides for you regarding bed bugs and how to best prevent them and handle them. When it comes to preventing bed bugs these tips should do the trick. However, if you do happen to come back from a trip and noticed you have transferred them from your hotel, we are only one phone call away. When it comes to bed bugs, we know it’s critical to work fast and will work efficiently until your problem is out of your hair. For more information on our bed bug services, give us a call today at (239) 540-2359.
If you’re a new homeowner in Davie, it is important to get your house inspected for pests and insects. South Florida’s environment breeds pests that you do not want in your home. Instead of waiting for an infestation, be proactive and start with a pest control company in Davie today! At Quality Pest Control, we make it our goal to satisfy our clients 100% with our pest management systems in Davie. If you want to keep the pests away, we’ll take the correct measures in protecting your home from any unwanted pests.
The list for pests goes on and on, but there are different pest management systems for each one. No two pests are alike and we understand the differences in controlling and managing them in Davie. If you want to begin with a great pest control company for your home in Davie, our services span far and wide, so we can ensure your home will be pest-free. Not to mention, we only utilize the latest and safest pest management techniques in Davie.
With our green solutions, we protect your home from any pest invasions. We understand that chemicals are not always the answer. While they may prevent pests, chemicals are dangerous to other factors surrounding your home and the environment. With termite control, rodent control, lawn spraying, and more, we make it our duty to protect your home and serve your home. We also offer fumigation to get rid of pests regardless of their stages in life. Of course, pest management is easier to handle before there is a full-blown infestation, but we are prepared to assist at any stage.
Pests can enter your home through unknown cracks and holes, hide in carpet, and in some cases, survive through certain methods of pest control. If you are not taking the right precautions in pest management on your own, the professionals at Quality Pest Control are here to steer you in the right direction. We have been in the pest management business in Davie for over thirty years and we know how to get rid of pests without harming the surroundings of your home.
Give us a call today to learn more about our pest management systems for your home in Davie. Our team of professionals will make sure your home stays pest and insect-free! Don’t hesitate to hire a pest control company for your new home, it’s always better to prevent pests from entering your home rather than having to eliminate them once they’ve already come in!
Count on Quality Pest Control For Your Pest Control Services in Davie
South Florida provides us with wonderful weather all year. It’s not only a great place for us to live, but also a place that many termites and pests choose to live as well. Termites, rats, mice, and other pests can lurk in your yard or near your home, waiting for the right time to infest your home. It can be difficult to detect if termites have entered your home, as they tend to start eating wood from the inside out. If you suspect a termite or pest problem in Davie, you need a reliable pest control team you can trust. Our team at Quality Pest Control is here to help you with any termite or pest problems you’re dealing with. Working with a team of professionals is the best way to ensure you get rid of the problem and keep the pests and termites in your Davie home at bay.
There are many different approaches to getting rid of and keeping termites out of your home. Our team at Quality Pest Control takes a proactive approach to termite control. We know that if you utilize effective methods to keep termites out, it can save you thousands of dollars. Some of the various pest control services our team offers include:
- Termite Control
- Pest Control
- Lawn Spraying
- Soil Treatments
Our team at Quality Pest Control focuses on providing environmentally friendly termite and pest control techniques. We have many different green solutions and we try to use minimal amounts of chemicals when it comes to termite and pest extermination. Termites and many other pests have the ability to get into your home through the smallest cracks and crevices, so it’s important to make sure your home is protected.
Your home is a large investment and no one likes dealing with nasty pests, rodents, or termites. If you’re looking for the best pest control services in the Davie area it’s time to contact our team at Quality Pest Control. We can help inform you about proactive measures you can take to keep both pests and termites out of your home. There is no better way to eliminate the potential of pests and termites than by working with a team of professionals who can provide you with the best pest control services in Davie.