Kendall Pest Control
KENDALL PEST CONTROL: RATS, TERMITES, COCKROACHES, MOSQUITOS AND MORE
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- Professional Pest Control
- Termite Treatments
- Rat Extermination and Removal.
- Mosquito Control
- Roaches Fumigation
- Ant Control
Catering for all of Kendall and the immediate surrounding area, we provide the best innovative treatments for both indoor and outdoor invasions. Be it fleas, bed bugs, cockroaches, rodents or any other type of pest, we will readily deal with your problem before it gets any chance to escalate.
Why opt for our services?
We are a company focused on customer satisfaction and have established a strong reputation within the community of Kendal. If you are in search of an innovative service that goes above and beyond to help you get rid of all kinds of invasive critters, we are here for you no matter the time of day.
Of course, everyone can tell bugs apart from rodents. However, the subtle differences between certain pests of the same class are not easily perceived by the untrained eye. We understand this problem better than anyone. This is why our technicians are thoroughly trained in recognizing the patterns and biology of every single kind of pest out there.
We know that having a critter infestation on your property will undeniably disrupt the serenity of your daily ventures. And having a bunch of technicians endlessly roaming around spraying everything with pesticides will not take anything away from your stress. Based on decades of scientific improvements, our approach is very simple and quite effective.You will be rid of any pesky tenants in no time!
Yes, when chosen right, pesticides will undoubtedly kill every single bug, flea or rat on site. However, they are also harmful to humans, animals, and the surrounding environment.
As we do not take chemicals lightly, we first proceed towards understanding the exact root of your infestation. Once we get a good grasp of the pest’s nature, its habits, entry points and dislikes, we can further proceed towards picking out the best control method.
Sometimes, getting rid of a pest is as simple as cutting out its food supply or disrupting its movement patterns. Other times, some form of pesticides are necessary. However, even if this is the case, you could rest assured that all pesticides we employ are as low-toxicity as possible and will not cause more problems than they solve.