Professional Pest Control For Tule Springs, NV Properties
Located in the Mojave Desert, Tule Springs is a small town full of great schools, lakes, parks, and attractions. And just a mere 20 mile ride away from Las Vegas, its city access is unparalleled for those who seek a slower pace of life. With a dry heat that’s present all year long, and temperatures surging during the summer months, Tule Springs is enjoyable for those who look to the outdoors, but is unfortunately enjoyable for an array of pests as well.
Since 2002, Anderson Pest Control has proudly provided Las Vegas area families and businesses alike with pest control they can count on. We are a locally-owned, family-operated business that is dedicated to finding our clients primarily eco-friendly solutions that will keep their properties pest-free. Contact us today for your free quote and more information.
Home Pest Control In Tule Springs, NV
At Anderson Pest Control we strive to provide families of Tule Springs with the highest quality, eco-friendly treatments that are also pet-friendly, stainless, and odorless. We work closely with families to find a course of action that accomplishes their goals while being conscientious of scheduling and budget. Among all of the most cutting edge technologies that Anderson Pest Control employs, we also offer an exclusive barrier service of our own that hits a rigorous 20-point checklist. No matter what your home pest control needs might be, we will work with you to manage any of the pests that might find their way onto your property. Contact us today for your no-cost, no-obligation inspection today.
How To Control Cockroaches On Tule Springs Properties
Cockroaches are a tenacious pest that can survive for up to a month without food, a week without water, and in some cases, a week without their head. That said, here are a few ways that Tule Springs property owners can control cockroaches on their property:
Keep things clean. Cockroaches love everything from clutter to dirty dishes, so making sure that stacks of newspapers get recycled and the dishes don’t pile up is key.
Address moisture issues. While their primary goal is finding human food, some species of cockroaches will seek excess moisture. Be sure to repair any leaking faucets, drains, pipes, irrigation systems, bathtubs, and shower heads.
Watch where you eat. Roaches love nothing more than the tiniest of your crumbs. Try to eat neatly with a plate and limit the number of places where you eat.
Call the professionals. Over time, cockroaches have become resistant to many common pesticides, and using traps or bait leaves Tule Springs homeowners with dead roaches strewn about the house without eliminating the infestation. Since cockroaches can actually be very harmful to a person's health, nothing beats calling in a team of professional pest control specialists.
Contact the team at Anderson Pest Control today for cockroach care you can count on.
Four Easy Ways To Avoid Stinging Insect Bites In Tule Springs
No matter if you have wasps or hornets or any stinging insect in between on your Tule Springs property, they can easily become a buzzkill. Four ways to avoid these pests are:
Store food and trash properly. Wasps love nothing more than your trash, so next time you host a barbeque, be sure to store trash securely and keep all food that’s being served covered in airtight containers.
Watch where you plant. While some people like stinging insects for their ecological benefits, having a garden that’s planted too close to your home can actually prove dangerous.
Limit your scent. Similarly to other pests, things like heavily scented detergents, perfumes, and lotions will attract stinging insects, so opt to wear unscented items.
Contact the pros. Stinging insects are invasive and present a significant health risk to humans, so when it comes to giving them the boot, nothing beats working with the professionals.
For all of your stinging insect control needs, contact the professionals at Anderson Pest Control today!
Commercial Pest Control In Tule Springs, NV
At Anderson Pest Control, we aim to keep your business safe and free from pests 365 days a year. We serve medical facilities, retail operations, warehouses, and more from pests of all shapes and sizes through Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques. This way of providing service allows us to understand the entire scope of your pest goals, while providing long-lasting solutions that yield results. When you choose Anderson Pest Control for your commercial pest control needs, you’ll receive our unconditional 100% satisfaction guarantee and total peace of mind. So contact us today and start achieving all of your pest control needs!
Ant Prevention Tips Tule Springs Residents Should Know
Ants wouldn’t be so bad if they weren’t invasive,’ said no one ever. Ants are indeed very invasive and are a complete nuisance, so they don’t belong in homes or businesses.
For many home and business owners, ants just seem to appear out of nowhere, and though it feels that way, they’re not in and around your property for no apparent reason. Ants are known foragers (worker ants), and some species of ants will travel upwards of 300 feet away from their nests in search of food. That’s pretty far for such tiny insects!
Knowing the lengths ants will go for food, if you see them in your home, realize it was probably the journey they went on to find your home. That should also let you know how impeccable their sense of smell is.
First and foremost, if you see ants in your home, they need to be eliminated before you attempt any other preventive efforts; otherwise, these efforts will be completely ineffective. Once you appropriately treat the ant infestation, you can implement preventative measures:
- Keep kitchens and outdoor food areas clear of food debris.
- Regularly vacuum floors and keep counters clean.
- Seal spaces around air conditioners and utilities entering your home and any openings in your foundation and exterior walls.
- Fix leaky pipes, hoses, and fixtures to address moisture issues.
At Anderson Pest Control, we use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) treatments. We combine our proven pest control methods with our knowledge of the biology and the habits of the ants to provide customers with a long-term solution to ant problems. To learn more about our ant control methods, give us a call today.
Problems Associated With Pest Birds In Tule Springs We May Not Think About
When you’re out in the park or an area with ‘friendly’ birds, it’s human nature to want to feed them; this is especially the case for pigeons, one of the most common species of birds in the Tule Springs area.
Here at Anderson Pest Control, we know and understand the urge to feed pigeons. However, because we’re pest control experts and have a wealth of knowledge on birds, such as pigeons, we can’t let you go on feeding pigeons without knowing the risks involved.
As a resident of Tule Springs, did you know that every time you feed a pigeon, especially in or around businesses, you are helping that pigeon adapt to being around people for food? Every time you feed a pigeon, you’re also exposing yourself and innocent bystanders to harmful diseases and fleas, ticks, and mites (vectors of their diseases).
The ‘order of operations,’ so to speak, in the spreading of pigeon diseases goes a little something like this:
- Pigeons spread diseases through their droppings, including histoplasmosis, cryptococcosis, and psittacosis.
- Pigeons carry fleas, ticks, and mites.
- Fleas carry diseases like bubonic plague, murine typhus, and many more.
- Ticks carry Lyme disease, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and many more diseases.
- Mites carry rickettsialpox and scrub typhus.
By feeding pigeons, you’re tripling your likelihood and others around you, with the risk of these diseases, whether directly from the pigeons themselves or indirectly from the fleas, ticks, or mites that have decided to make you their host for their blood meals.
If you didn’t know these aspects about birds, now you do. Whether you’re a homeowner or business owner and experiencing pigeon issues, call Anderson Pest Control for assistance in removing your bird problem.
The Trick To Spotting A Bed Bug Problem In Your Tule Springs Home
The trick to spotting a bed bug problem in your Tule Springs home is your ability to recognize the signs. In many cases, when it comes to bed bugs, most people experience bed bug bites, which triggers the thought of ‘do I have bed bugs?’ However, not everyone experiences allergic reactions to bed bug bites. It’s at that point that you’ll want to consider the other signs of a bed bug infestation:
- Bloodstains on your sheets or pillowcases
- Dark or rusty-looking spots of fecal matter on sheets and mattresses
- Molted skin
- Active bed bugs
- Musty odor
- Eggshell casings
These are signs that you will actively have to seek. Suppose you’ve been traveling, purchasing used furniture, or are just taking preventive measures for your family and home; recognizing the signs of bed bugs will go a long way in bed bug treatment and keeping them out of your home.
At Anderson Pest Control, we will inspect your home to determine the level of infestation. We will then treat your home using an Integrated Pest Management plan of action to eliminate your current infestation and new ones. After your initial treatment, we will follow up and reassess the infestation and provide you with preventive measures to ensure your home remains bed bug-free.
Give us a call if you even suspect you may have a bed bug problem.
Why You Should Avoid DIY Rodent Control For Your Tule Springs Home
The truth is that when it comes to pest control, DIY methods are just not safe or reliable, especially when it comes to rodents; that’s why pest professionals exist.
At Anderson Pest Control, we genuinely care about the health and well-being of your family and the safety of your home. When we say only professional rodent control service will work, we’re not saying that just because we want your business; we’re saying that because we have 19 years of pest control industry success backing our statement.
Rodents are not only carriers of fleas and ticks (which carry their unique diseases), but rodents also spread salmonella, tularemia, hantavirus, and many other diseases. They have a constant need to chew on various items to shave their teeth and keep them at a healthy length. Unfortunately, those items include things in and around your homes like wiring, cables, and pipes– all of which are potentially fire hazards and water leaks.
One bite or scratch from a rodent may expose you to a rodent-borne disease; seek medical attention immediately. Rodent exposure is one primary reason you should avoid DIY rodent control. However, if you need a little more convincing, some additional reasons include:
- Potentially poisoning yourself using the wrong kinds of products without the proper gear.
- Inability to locate all the rodent hiding places and not eliminate the entire infestation– wasting time, money, and effort.
- Not applying the product correctly, deeming it ineffective.
There are just too many risks involved with DIY efforts that aren’t worth the time, money, or action. A call to Anderson Pest Control will completely eradicate your rodent infestation the first time. No time, money, or effort will be wasted, and that’s our guarantee.