Pest Control | Tulsa, OK

Residetial Pest Control

Our pest control services fall into two categories which are, one-time treatments and reoccurring treatments. Examples of one-time treatments would include, a termite treatment, a bed bug treatment, or a single interior/exterior general pest treatment. Some of the one-time treatments do include a follow up treatment for pest like bed bugs, fleas, or roaches. Reoccurring treatments are customized pest control plans that focus on the elimination and prevention of general pests on a continual basis with scheduled treatments throughout the year. If there are any problems with pest between scheduled treatments we will come out and treat for free. Call us today to schedule your Free Inspection.



Spider Control

There are various types of spiders in Oklahoma including black widows, brown recluses, and wolf spiders just to name a few. Spiders usually require an interior/exterior crack and crevice treatment but for best results we recommend a pest maintenance program.


Ant Control

There are various species of ants in Oklahoma. The most problematic areas where ants are found in a residence are the kitchen and bathrooms. Though most ants do not cause damage, they sure can be a big nuisance! However, carpenter ants are also common in Oklahoma and can cause structural damage.


Flea Control

Although fleas are often a problem for pet owners, it is very common for fleas to be unknowingly transported to a residence that has no pets from a variety of places. If left untreated, the flea population can grow out of hand very quickly. .


Roach Control

There are various species of roaches in Oklahoma. Roaches are a highly bothersome pest. They can cause allergic reactions in some people and roaches have been linked to some outbreaks of illnesses through the transmission of pathogenic organisms..


Rodent Control

House mice are the most commonly encountered type of mouse. Mice are not only a nuisance by the damage they cause by gnawing, nesting and contaminating stored food, but they are also a human health risk due to their ability to carry diseases.


Scorpion Control

Scorpions are nocturnal feeders. They feed mostly on insects like crickets, cockroaches, and spiders, but they can also be cannibalistic. During the day scorpions usually hide but it is not uncommon to see them. Scorpions enter houses through the wall voids. Control of scorpions can be achieved through various methods but the most effective are professional grade repellents.

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