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WHAT'S EATING YOU?

Don't You Deserve a Pest Free Home?

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Take Back Your Backyard!

Organic Outdoor Pest Control

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Complete Indoor Organic Pest Management

Roaches

If you’ve seen one cockroach you haven’t seen them all, these nocturnal pests carry 33 kinds of bacteria including E. coli and Salmonella. Cockroaches can also cause allergic reactions and trigger asthma attacks.

Ants

Ants can be a hard pest to get rid of, you can keep killing them and they’ll keep coming back- Kill the Queen. Weather its an ant infestation eating the crumbs from your kitchen or Carpenter ants eating you out of home literally this pest can be a pain.

Fleas

Shoo flea don’t bother me. Fleas are a pesky insect that can multiple rapidly, they are also the most common transmitter of the rare bubonic plague. Fleas can also transfer tapeworms which causes anemia in pets. Flea bites on humans commonly cause painful, itchy red bumps.

Termites

Unfortunately, any home can be a suitable environment for a termite infestation due to the fact that all homes provide a cellulose based food for these destructive and costly insect pests.

Mosquitos

Mosquitoes cause more suffering than any other organism — over one million people worldwide die every year from mosquito-borne diseases like: West Nile virus, protozoan diseases, malaria, filarial diseases, dog heartworm, dengue, encephalitis and yellow fever.

Spiders

Of the spiders capable of inflicting a poisonous bite, black widows are the most notorious. Along side the brown recluse bite is usually painless until three to eight hours later when it may become red, swollen, tender and can take up to a month to heal and possibly scar.

Bed Bugs

Don’t let the bedbugs bite- Bedbugs are small brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. The female bedbugs can lay hundreds of eggs, don’t share your bed with thousands, rest assured your sleeping alone.

Ticks

Ticks are small parasites related to spiders that embed themselves in the skin of humans and other animals, including household pets.  Ticks may transmit serious diseases such as Anaplasmosis, Babesiosis, Rickettsia and Lyme disease.  Ticks bite and and burrow below the service of the skin, where they can continue to feed for up to 10 days.  The alarming increase in tick population and Lyme Disease cases have been attributed to the most recent mild winter, growing deer and mice populations.

Other

There are many pests out there, our product can help deal with a variety of infestations such as wasps, bees, moths, mites, rodents, etc.

 

 

 

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