Pest Control

5 Tips for Dealing With Gophers in Phoenix Arizona

By | 2019-03-08T15:29:28+00:00 March 8th, 2019|Pest Control|

If you own a home in Phoenix or any of the surrounding areas, then you may have encountered a gopher problem. Although an uncommon sight, the burrowing pocket gopher is quite common to the area. Dirt mounds littering your yard are a telltale sign, and with that in mind, here are some strategies that area

3 Reasons To Keep Pigeons Away From Your Home in Phoenix AZ

By | 2019-02-28T18:55:51+00:00 February 28th, 2019|Pest Control|

Pigeons have adapted to living in close proximity to humans. They can nest in buildings where they are safe from predators and scavenge for food from many different sources. In addition, pigeons are also very intelligent and can be trained to do many different things. Unfortunately, pigeons can also cause many different problems for buildings

Why Pigeons are a Problem for Your Home in Phoenix Arizona

By | 2019-02-22T14:47:11+00:00 February 22nd, 2019|Pest Control|

The problem that a lot of homes in Arizona have are pigeons. Pigeons may not seem like much of an issue, especially when you consider how nice it is to feed them, but they can be incredibly invasive and cause a lot of damage to your house. The issue that comes with having a pigeon

What to Know About Bed Bugs in Phoenix AZ

By | 2019-02-15T16:18:53+00:00 February 15th, 2019|Pest Control|

One of the most frustrating issues that you can run into is realizing your home is infested with bed bugs. Bed bugs are pervasive and can take a long time to remove from the property. If you suspect that you may have bed bugs in your home, here are few things you need to know.

3 Tips for Getting Rid of Roof Rats in Phoenix Arizona

By | 2019-01-28T17:17:07+00:00 January 25th, 2019|Pest Control|

Roof rats are found throughout the Arizona valley, but made their first debut in Phoenix in 2002. The rodents continue to increase in the valley area, looking for a free meal and warm place to spend at night. If you are having problems with these pesky, disease-carrying rodents (or if you want to avoid an