What's crawling in your kitchen?
Is your home safe from pests?
No home is completely safe from pests. All homes – whether new or old – are subject to pests. Ants, cockroaches, mice, spiders and more enter your home looking for food and shelter. And they do so in a variety of ways: cracks that lead inside the home, unsealed windows, broken weather stripping, plumbing, shopping bags and more!
What can Alabama Pest Control do to protect your home?
Alabama Pest Control employs Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to help keep your home or business as pest-free as possible. Our professionally trained technicians will inspect your property inside and outside to determine where problems may exist that allow unwanted pests. And since most pest control problems originate outside, we provide a “safe barrier” outside service to prevent them from invading. This also helps eliminate the food sources for many pests, and keeps them away.
Our inside service includes the treatment of unfinished areas as well as entrance ways, plumbing openings, under and around appliances, and attics, where applicable.
What’s more, we will make helpful suggestions to educate you in keeping pests out in the first place. It’s our job to protect your property from pests and we’re committed to helping you do just that.
What can you do to prevent pests?
Remember – pests enter your home looking for food and shelter. By removing their food source and their ability to enter your home, you will greatly minimize unwanted pests.
Take the following steps:
Seal cracks that lead inside your home
Seal windows with fitted screens and weather stripping
Put pet food up each night
Remove all standing water around your home where possible
Do not leave food sitting out as it can attract roaches and ants
Consider moving piles of firewood and other materials that pests, such as rodents, seek for shelter.
When you’re looking for pest control, there’s only one name to know: Alabama Pest Control. Just give us a call or click the "Get a Free Estimate" button when you’re ready to tackle your pest problem.