Extermination2017-07-20T12:02:58-05:00

SHOCK TREATMENT AND EXTERMINATION (INDOOR AND OUTDOOR)

Pest control for insects and rodents

No home is immune to a pest invasion. In fact, pests can find their way into any home in any type of environment. If you fear you might be dealing with an infestation, don’t wait too long to take action! Our certified technicians will thoroughly inspect the grounds in order to find the safest and most environmentally friendly solution to exterminate invaders like ants, spiders, bedbugs, cockroaches, wasps, mice, rats, etc., as discretely as possible.

If a shock treatment proves necessary, the technician on site will clearly explain every step involved in the treatment process, according to our company’s foolproof methods. Since our goal is to permanently solve your pest problem, the technician will identify the source of the infestation and provide valuable advice to avoid future cases, on both the inside and the outside of your home.

Capture and relocation of small animals: squirrels, groundhogs, racoons, skunks, birds, etc.

Various small animals could become problematic if they choose to settle in your yard or home. For example, they could destroy your flowerbeds and garden in search of food and water or dig burrows beneath your patio to give birth. It’s also not uncommon for small animals to seek refuge in attics, chimneys or basements for warmth and protection against bad weather.

Protecting people, animals and the environment is one of our core values. That’s why our technicians take every precaution necessary to ensure the safe relocation of animals causing damage to your property. Upon request, our experts can even film the relocation process and send you the video file by email for all legal purposes.

Seasonal pest control

During the summer season, we offer exterior pest treatment services to ward off spiders, wasps, ants, earwigs, wood lice, centipedes and silverfish. Be proactive and get informed about this efficient and affordable service today!

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