Pest Control in LA, Orange Co. & San Diego

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Ants

Ants enter homes in search of shelter from weather or to find new sources of food or water. It is important to stop ants before they establish themselves inside the home as they are much more difficult to control.

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Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are nocturnal blood sucking parasites that feed on humans. Bed bugs are prolific breeders and travel easily between walls, often hitching a ride on people, pets, furniture and purchased goods.

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Bees

Bees often infest buildings in southern California. If your bees have been present for longer than 48 hours, bee control is necessary. We offer humane hive removal and can even repair the damage from the hive.

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Carpet Beetles

Carpet beetles feed on carpets, woolen fabrics, dead insects, furs, hides, feathers, horns, hair, silk and bones. They can also damage upholstery and clothing.



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Centipedes

Centipedes tend to hide in dark, damp places and occasionally become structural pests. Centipede bites could potentially cause problems for people who are allergic to bee stings.

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Cockroaches

Cockroaches are common pests in southern California. These filthy pests transmit diseases, can contribute to allergies and will breed prolifically if not dealt with immediately.

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Crickets

Crickets find their way inside homes, damaging clothing, carpeting and other fabrics. They can eat through large areas of fabric, and are especially attracted to clothes soiled with perspiration.

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Earwigs

Earwigs feeds on leaves, flowers, fruits, mold and insects at night. These insects live together outdoors in large numbers. Earwigs sometime infest homes in southern California via exterior cracks.



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Fleas

A typical flea infestation is about 50% eggs, 35% larvae, 10% pupae (cocoons) and only 5% adults. Fleas are very difficult to control once they have established themselves.

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Flies

House and Fruit flies are found in unsanitary conditions, so they are a potential health concern, especially when present in food and health facilities.

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Indian Meal Moths

Indian Meal moths are common in southern California's pantries, often feeding on dried fruits, grains, seeds, nuts, chocolate, candies, bird seed, dog food, powdered milk, dried red peppers and candy.

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Powderpost Beetles

Powderpost beetles lay their eggs in wood. Powderpost beetles often attack hardwoods, and can be found in hardwood floors, timbers and crates, and other objects made of hardwood materials.



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Scorpions

Scorpions are commonly found in the deserts or arid regions of southern California. These pests can nest in high numbers, making them a safety concern.

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Silverfish

Silverfish feed on foods containing starches and carbohydrates such as rolled oats, dried beef, flour, starch, paper, cotton, some synthetic fibers, sugar, beef extract, dead insects, glue, paste and linen.

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Spiders

Spiders are a common household pest. Most spiders are not poisonous, however, black and brown widow spiders can be harmful to small children and pets if they disturb a web.

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Ticks

Homes often become infested if the family pet picks up ticks from an infested residence, boarding kennel, open field, or similar place where other infested animals have been present.



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Wasps

Wasps nest around the home and attack when the nest is disturbed. Wasps are different than bees and each can sting repeatedly. Sensitive individuals can have allergic reactions that may result in death.

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