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Household pests can be more than a nuisance; they can be a threat to your property and potentially your health. Infestations of any kind require professional help. You should always use trained exterminating technicians who know the proper way to rid your home of pest infestations without causing harm to your environment.

We provide reliable service!

  • A thorough inspection and assessment performed.
  • A mapped out plan of action made to eliminate problems and prevent infestations.
  • An easy to read service report that includes a service estimate, pest that will be treated, and recommended treatment.

What’s bugging you?

ants controlAnts

  • Nature: When ants live outdoors, they will nest primarily in the soil under debris or other objects, as well as in open areas and in turf.

  • Invitations: Crack in structures, gaps under doors, and open windows are all invitations to ants.  They use these avenues to enter homes.

  • Signs: Ants are visible.  First five ants (i.e. scouts) or more may appear disorganized, soon after long lines will become visible.

bee controlBees

  • Nature:  Bees vary in size, very hairy and can be very dangerous to home owners.  There are three bee castes: Queen, Drone, and Worker.  Bees swarm when it is time to find a new home because of overcrowding, or other undesirable conditions.  A few species bore holes in wood dwellings and some build hives in the ground. Bees are mostly active during the day with plenty of sunshine.

  • Invitations: You may find bees swarming around flowers, shrubs and under the eaves of buildings, in the ground, in brick walls or areas with voids where they can build a nest.

  • Harm:  They are a nuisance and can cause lots of damage to any wood on your home, or business. They also attack homeowners or kids in playgrounds or around homes.

Bed BugsBed bugs

  • Nature: Bedbugs are small, elusive, and parasitic insects, which feed on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded animals. Bedbugs are mainly active at night and are capable of feeding unnoticed on their hosts.  Adult bedbugs are reddish-brown, flattened, oval, and wingless. Bedbugs are attracted to their hosts by warmth and the presence of carbon dioxide

  •  Invitations: Bedbugs are often picked up while traveling or when staying at temporary lodging such as hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, or motels -- which are places that have been traditionally associated with an increased risk for housing bedbugs due to their higher rate of turnover and continual influx of temporary residents.

  • Signs: Blood stains, black dots and, bites are all signs.  Bites consist of a raised red bump or flat welt, and are often accompanied by very intense itching.

  • Harm/Damage: Allergic reactions to the bites may cause nausea and illness. In a large number of cases (about 50%), there is no visible sign of bites whatsoever, greatly increasing the difficulty of identifying and eradicating infestations. People commonly respond to bed bug infestations and their bites with anxiety, stress, and insomnia.   Individuals may also develop skin infections and scars from scratching the bedbug bite locations.

Carpenter antsCarpenter ants

  • Nature:  Carpenter ants don’t eat wood – they only nest in it. Carpenter ants are often large and black.  They have a single spine, or node, on their waist and never have bumps humps or spines on their backs. Carpenter ants prefer moist wood which is easier to tunnel through. So you may notice them in areas of your home that have moisture problems such as a leaky roof, window or pipe. 

  • Signs:  Carpenter ants create galleries in the wood and sawdust-like piles. This substance can accumulate below where they tunnel. 

  • Harm:  Carpenter ants have been known to cause significant structural and property damage to homes.

Carpet BeetlesCarpet Beetles

  • Nature: Adults lay eggs on furs, woolen fabric, and/or carpets, which are food sources.  Larvae feed in dark, undisturbed locations on a variety of dead animals and animal products, such as wool, silk, leather, fur, hair brushes with natural bristles, pet hair, and feathers. 

  • Invitations: Adult beetles are attracted to sunlight and are commonly found feeding on the flowers, buckwheat, and other plants that produce abundant pollen.

  • Signs: Larvae do not make webs as clothes moths do.  They shed skin and leave fecal pellets, which are about the size of a grain of salt.  Holes in clothing and furniture are also signs of carpetr beetles.


  • Nature: Adult flies may become so numerous indoors that they congregate at windows, darken lamp shades at night, fall into food and accumulate around showers, bathtubs, sinks and floor drains, especially in the basement.

  • Invitations: Flower nectar and polluted water are invitations for flies. Plumbing fixtures, showers and tubs, drains and sinks, as well as sewage filter plants are all attractive to flies as places to feed and breed. 

  • Signs: Dead flies in window seals, near plants, and near water sources.


  • Nature: Mice spread disease, damage structures and contaminate food and feed. Mice damage one-fifth of the world's food crop each year. The real damage is in contamination.

  • Invitations: Some invitations are warmth, food, and shelter.  Homeowners are especially likely to notice mice during the winter, following their fall migrations indoors in search of shelter.

  • Signs: Outdoors, mice leave trails through vegetation and dig or gnaw holes around buildings and foundations.  Mice also leave grease smudges when traveling close to a wall, around beams, or through holes.  Finally moist and soft droppings are a reliable sign of infestation.


  • Nature: Roaches leave chemical trails in their feces as well as emitt airborne pheromones for swarming and mating. Other roaches follow these signs to discover sources of food and water, and also to discover where other cockroaches are hiding. 

  • Invitations: Food, water, and warmth are invitations to roaches. 

  • Signs: Live and dead roaches, as well as droppings, egg capsules, and empty capsules are all signs of roaches.  There is also a sweet smell that accompanies a severe infestation.

bees controlWasp

  • Nature:  There are social wasps and non social wasps.  Social wasps create paper pulp nests in trees, in attics, and sometimes in holes in the ground. Most wasps have smooth bodies, as opposed to bees that have hairy bodies. They live off other insects, primarily spiders.  Mason wasps are non social wasps that create elevated nest/hives that look like mason jars.

  • Signs: Wasps are visible as are their nest.  If a nest or multiple wasps are seen a wasps issue may be present.

mice ControlRats

  • Nature: Rats can get into your home through a hole that is no larger than a quarter. They are only seen through the day if there is a heavy infestation. They have great memories and an excellent sense of taste. Rats can identify certain substances, including rat poisons, after just a tiny taste of it.

  • Signs: Droppings and wall smudges are signs of rats These signs are found in secluded places, such as along walls, under piles of rubbish and behind or under boxes, boards and thick vegetation.  From the rodent signs, one can tell the species present and whether a rodent infestation is current or old, heavy or light.

  • Harm: Rats cause damage by chewing on materials, urinating on food and eating stored foods. They may also chew on wires, which can cause fires to start.


  • Nature: Fleas are wingless insects with mouthparts that pierce skin and suck blood. Fleas are external parasites, living by hematophagy off the blood of mammals (including humans) and birds.

  • Signs: Pets scratching or biting their skin is a sign. 

  • Harm/Damage: Some people and animals suffer allergic reactions to flea saliva resulting in rashes. If bitten, a slightly-raised swollen, itchy spot with a single puncture point at the center (similar to a mosquito sting) will form. The bites often appear in clusters or lines of two bites, and can remain itchy and inflamed for up to several weeks. Fleas can also lead to hair loss as a result of frequent scratching and biting by the animal, and can cause anemia in extreme cases.

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We offer our Termite Control, Roach Control, and rodent treatments in the following greater Washington DC and Maryland areas:
Montgomery County: Ashton, Aspen Hill, Barnesville, Beallsville,Bethesda, Boyds, Brinklow, Brookeville, Cabin John, Chevy Chase, Clarksburg, Clarksville, Colesville, Damascus, Derwood, Dickerson, Friendship, Gaithersburg, Garrett Park, Germantown, Glen Echo, Ijamsville, Kensington, Laytonsville, Leisure World, Montgomery Village, Olney, Poolesville, Rockville, Silver Spring, Spencerville, Takoma Park, Twinbrook, University Park, Wheaton,Woodmoor, Darnestown, Potomac, Washington Grove
Prince George County: Adelphi, Beltsville, Bladensburg, Bowie, Brentwood, Capitol Heights, College Park, District Heights, Glenn Dale, Greenbelt, Glenn Dale, Greenbelt, Hyattsville, Lanham, Langley Park, Landover, Laurel, Mount Rainer, Mitchelleville, Riverdale, Seabrook, Suitland, Upper Marlboro, Forestville

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