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SERVICES WE PROVIDE


At PESTFORCE we make sure that we banish pests once and for all.

We work with environmentally friendly products to ensure all pests are removed safely, without causing harm to your family, employees or property.

Rest assured knowing that when you choose PESTFORCE, you will receive a pest management service that’s second to none.

 

Our pest control services can eradicate all common pests including:

ANTS


Ants are one of the most prevalent insects, with more than 10,000 different species throughout the world. Ants are social animals that live in groups, or colonies, with a colony having as many as a million ants in residence. Three types of ants live in the colony:

  • Queen:The queen is the largest ant in the colony. Her role is to reproduce, laying thousands of eggs over the course of her lifetime. Depending on its size, a colony can have one or multiple queens.
  • Female ants:Also known as worker ants, females are responsible for finding food, caring for the queen’s offspring, and maintaining and protecting the colony. Other than the queen, female ants do not reproduce.
  • Male ants:The singular role of the male, also called a drone, is to mate with the queen.

COCKROACHES


Cockroaches may become pests in homes, schools, restaurants, hospitals, warehouses, offices, and virtually in any structure that has food preparation or storage areas. They contaminate food and eating utensils, destroy fabric and paper products, and impart stains and unpleasant odor to surfaces they contact. People are repulsed when they find cockroaches in their homes and kitchens. Cockroaches (especially the American cockroach, which comes into contact with human excrement in sewers or with pet droppings) may transmit bacteria that cause food poisoning (Salmonella spp. and Shigella spp.). German cockroaches are believed to be capable of transmitting disease-causing organisms such as Staphylococcus spp., Streptococcusspp., hepatitis virus, and coliform bacteria. They also have been implicated in the spread of typhoid and dysentery. Indoor infestations of cockroaches are an important source of allergens and risk for asthma among some populations. The levels of cockroaches and allergens are directly related to cockroach density, housing disrepair, and sanitary conditions.

FLIES


Flies can be a nuisance inside and outside your property, especially around kitchens and restaurants. They can create serious health issues because of all the diseases that they can spread to humans and animals. Flies spread diseases readily because they move quickly from rotting contaminated areas to exposed human foods. Because they only have two wings flies must often land, and therefore deposit thousands of bacteria each time they sit on a new location.

BED BUGS


Bed bugs can be easily transported and are often found hiding in fabrics in bedrooms and mattress covers. Their thin bodies allow them to hide in crevices and small opening.   It’s possible to pick up bed bugs almost any place – they’ve infested offices, stores, hotels, gyms and countless other places we never would have imagined. They can hide in your luggage, personal belongings, or even on you, and hitchhike a ride back to your home, condo, townhouse or apartment. Once indoors, they can be extremely difficult to eradicate without the help of an experienced pest control professional.

A bed bug infestation has nothing to do with cleanliness – you can pick them up in even the finest hotels, and they can hitchhike into the cleanest homes at any time.  

RODENTS


Rats!!!! You’ve got rodents in your home or business. Because rodents multiply so quickly, just a few can lead to an out-of-control infestation before you know it. Rats are instinctively wary of rat control measures such as traps and bait, and colonize in attics, burrows, under concrete and porches, in wall voids and other hard to reach places bringing disease-carrying parasites such as fleas, lice and ticks into your home. Mice invade your home seeking food, water and warmth. Without mouse control intervention, one pair of mice may produce 200 offspring in four months.

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