Just a few examples of the problems we solve:
Frequently miscalled “sugar ants”, small house ants are normally black, brown or red in color. All of the workers in the colony are the same size (about 2.5 mm). Although they don’t bite, sting or do any wood damage, small house ants can be very annoying as they frequently establish trails along kitchen counters, cabinets, sinks, and baseboards in their search for food. They can also be difficult to eradicate, since there can be several (or many) queens in several locations, the workers can all trail together regardless of their home colonies, and the colonies frequently move from place to place, both inside and outside. We are experts at getting rid of these pesky pest, call or email us your situation. Let's start ridding you of this problem today! Click on the ants for a quick quote and discount savings.
Cockroach excrement and cast skins contain allergens from which many people develop allergies. Exposure to roach allergens early in life may contribute to the development of asthma in susceptible children. In addition to contributing to asthma, cockroaches also transmit diseases like Salmonella through organisms on their legs and other body parts. If you have this problem you need our help and experience right away, please click on the Cockroach for a quick quote and discount savings.
Spiders especially Black Widow Spiders are a problem in the Central New Mexico. Spiders can live in your
home or office in one of two ways, either the spider is a web builder, in this case they will build a web in rarely used areas such as the corner of ceilings or in closets, garages or sheds. The second option is that the spider is a hunting spider. These spiders do not need to build webs because they spend their time actually out and about hunting their prey, which usually consists of other spiders, crickets, ants, beetles and cockroaches. Click on the spider for immediate services for solving your problem.
Scorpions can be a real pest problem here in the Albuquerque metro area. They love to hide in the shade
under things such as rocks, bark and bushes. They also are known to live on trees because they love the watering that the trees receive. Scorpions are really amazing members of a class called Arachnida. They typically hunt their prey and in the Albuquerque metro area most scorpions live on crickets, cockroaches, spiders and other small insects. Click on the Scorpion for a quick solution to this stinging pest.
The presence of rats and mice can best be noticed through the presence of small, dark dropping in cupboards, counters and floors. Rodents can be removed or exterminated through different methods. Both rats and mice have been known to carry diseases and their presence in a home can cause asthma problems in children and adults alike. Click on the mouse, help is on the way.
Centipedes in the southwest can be quite large. They can grow up to six inches in length, but most are considerably shorter. A centipede can be easily distinguished from a millipede because it has fewer legs; specifically, one set for every segment of its body. Centipedes actually have the ability to bite, their fangs which are behind their head acts like that of a bee sting and can bother some people more than others, especially if there is an allergic reaction to it. The poison from their fangs is used to kill insects, which is their primary food. Children will be more sensitive to a centipede’s bite, and a larger centipede's bite will be more painful. Click on the Centipede or call us and we will be right out, problem solved.
Do you have one of these problems? Call 771-8551