Mission Valley Area Pest Control
Mission Valley Pest Control,
Termite Treatments & Wildlife Removal
Mission Valley is home to a variety of pests that can cause endless frustration and in some cases, property damage. Standard household pests like ants, spiders and fleas tend to move into San Diego county homes when the weather is particularly hot and dry, but infestations can also spike during cold or wet spells. Termites, birds, and rodent infestations can cause thousands in property damage. It is critical for home and business owners to treat these infestations as quickly as possible to avoid further destruction.
Griffin Pest Management has kept homes and businesses in southern California pest-free for over 20 years. Our experienced, state-licensed technicians work closely with property owners to customize an extermination plan that works for you. We also provide termite inspection reports, exclusion work for birds and rodents, as well as a team of licensed contractors to repair wood damage caused by termites.
Pest Maintenance Programs
We know you’ll love living without pests in your home! That’s why we offer a wide range of treatment options including low-impact green solutions. Our maintenance programs are designed to combat pests common to Mission Valley and are available monthly, bi-monthly and quarterly. Call today for more information about our Pro-Shield and Pro-Shield Plus programs.
Mission Valley Pest Control
Ants, spiders, fleas and other standard household pests are known to infest Mission Valley homes all year long. Infestations are more likely to occur during heatwaves, dry or wet spells, and even during cold snaps. These pests seek shelter, food and water sources making your home the perfect place to move into.
Griffin Pest Management offers monthly, bi-monthly and quarterly pest maintenance programs to keep your Mission Valley home pest-free throughout the year. All maintenance programs are guaranteed, so if you see any bugs between regularly scheduled services, we will come back for free to treat the problem.
Mission Valley Rodent Control
Rats and mice are very similar to cockroaches in that when you see one, there are probably more in areas you can’t see. Like cockroaches, rodents contaminate food products and food preparation areas with their feces and urine. A sure sign of a rodent infestation are the droppings they leave behind. Rat feces is generally the size of a grain of rice, while mice leave smaller droppings, similar to the size of pencil lead. Rodents are prolific breeders, with short gestational periods and large litters. Once they find a safe place to breed, a colony of rodents is quickly established. Mice and rats spread diseases in their droppings and bring other unwanted pests like fleas and mites to your Mission Valley home. They also cause thousands of dollars in damage to homes by nesting in insulation and ventilation systems, as well as chewing on wires, pipes and roofing materials. This is why it is very important to call us as soon as you spot them or their droppings.
Griffin Pest Management technicians will start a rodent service by inspecting your home for the source of the infestation. We’ll customize a plan of action to remove rodents using rodenticides and traps. After the rodents have been removed from the building, we’ll point out their entry points and provide exclusion work to keep future rodents from returning.Rodent Control
Mission Valley Termite Treatments
Mission Valley is home to two very destructive types of termites. The most common termite found in Mission Valley is the drywood termite. This termite is known to swarm in the spring and fall, however, with ideal weather conditions year round in San Diego county, this termite is a problem throughout the year. Drywood termites weaken walls, attic spaces, eaves, and decks. The second is the subterranean termite, which burrows beneath the soil creating mud tubes into your foundation and other buried wood sources causing structural damage.
Unfortunately, homeowners insurance does not cover damage caused by termites. Since termites cause over $11 billion in damage each year in the United States, it is very important to protect your investment before they take control. Griffin Pest Management offers a variety of methods to treat termite infestations. Once our technicians inspect your property, we will customize a termite treatment plan based on your needs.
Termite inspections are a critical step in buying or selling property in California. Griffin Pest Management offers termite inspections for real estate firms, property managers and home buyers in Mission Valley. Only a state-licensed termite inspector can determine the extent of your termite infestation, schedule your termite inspection today.Termite Control
Mission Valley Wildlife Removal
Mission Valley wildlife pests includes bats, birds, skunks, raccoons and opossums. These pests are likely foraging for food and shelter. Unfortunately, these pests can damage your home building nests, bring other unwanted pests like fleas or mites, and spread disease with their droppings.
Griffin Pest Management has over 20 years of experience keeping homes and businesses in Mission Valley free of damaging wildlife. We start by sending a state licensed technician to your property to inspect the source of the infestation. From there, the technician will use a customized plan to remove the offending wildlife from your home or business. We recommend utilizing our wildlife cleanup and exclusion services to prevent these pests from returning.Wildlife Removal
Mission Valley Bird Abatement
Birds are often helpful in controlling pest populations around your property, however, the mess they leave behind can cause thousands of dollars in damage. It is also possible for birds to transfer unwanted pests like fleas and mites. This is why it is important to not let local bird populations gain a foothold on your property.
Griffin Pest Management uses humane treatment methods to rid your property of unwanted birds. As with all of our services, we will also recommend integrated pest management techniques to keep birds away in the future.Bird Control