Wyoming, MI Pest Control Services
Not even the most fastidiously maintained home or business is immune to the ravages of an insect infestation. Old or new, buildings are susceptible to invading pests. They may enter your home by emerging from the ground and squeezing through tiny cracks, or they might hitch a ride on the hair or clothing of family members and guests. Of all the pests that plague homes and commercial properties, cockroaches, bed bugs and termites are among the worst offenders.
Whether you're referring to German cockroaches, so-called palmetto bugs or one of the numerous Asian varieties, cockroaches are one of most despised household pests for good reason. These common invaders multiply rapidly. They adapt to varied conditions, and they litter buildings with droppings and body parts that are laced with irritating pathogens. Although most roaches measure less than two inches long, their colonies can have thousands of members. If you've seen small German cockroaches or the larger winged American variety, also called palmetto bugs, the problem isn't going to get better.
Bed Bug Control
The recent resurgence of beg bugs in hotels, schools and private homes is evidence of their insidious nature. One of the dangers is that many people don't realize bed bugs have been brought into their home until it's too late. Although these blood-sucking pests are known for their irritating bites, many individuals show no symptoms, which can further delay treatment.
Termites won't bother your pets or family members, but they can damage your home. Subterranean and drywood termites typically enter buildings through unsealed vents and cracks in the siding or foundation. When termites swarm in the spring, breeding individuals can easily find their way into your home to establish new colonies. Subterranean termites also enter buildings from the ground as they search for moist lumber to sustain their growing colony. Because termites destroy structural components, it's important to have your home inspected and treated if signs of damage are found.
At Terminix West Michigan, we have more than 60 years of pest control experience, and we use the latest treatment methods. Contact us today to schedule an inspection for any pest problem.