EXPERTISE WITH CONTROL OF RATS AND MICE IN HOMES OR COMMERCIAL BUSINESS BUILDINGS BY ORGANIC OR CHEMICAL METHODS

Homeowners can take preventive measures to avert a rodent infestation. Mice and rats are flexible creatures; mice can squeeze through holes no larger than a nickel while rats can scoot through holes as small as a half dollar. Therefore, one of the first things a homeowner should do is inspect for possible entry holes, both inside and outside of the home.

Rats primarily prefer to feed on cereal grains, meats, fish, nuts, and some fruits, eating just about anything. However, rats as well as mice and many insect pests  are attracted to foods  including pet food  and trash that is left unattended outdoors. Thus, the best control of any rodent, outdoors or indoors, is sanitation and exclusion. In most cases, rats will only enter homes because it is seeking food, water, or shelter.

Sanitation: To reduce the availability of food and water, employ sanitation methods: covering or packaging all foods; keeping all food and food-preparation areas swept, mopped, and wiped clean; keeping trash areas clean; and removing or limiting exposed water.

Exclusion: To reduce the opportunity for rats that are seeking shelter to enter homes or Commercial business buildings, build out the rodents through rodent-proofing and pest proofing techniques.

Rat or Mouse Traps DIY Mice Control

Traps can be an easy and inexpensive option, as the equipment is relatively cheap and the traps, especially if unbaited, can be left in place for long periods. However all traps, baited or unbaited, must be regularly inspected, as a dead or dying rodent or a food bait can attract secondary insects and cause an infestation.

Snap Traps: These small wooden or plastic traps are one of the most effective means of capturing and killing rats and mice, and can be the most inexpensive. Wooden mouse traps can often be found packaged in sets for a few dollars, and the rodents can be removed and the traps reused. Or, if one is squeamish of removing the rodent, the trap can be discarded with the mouse attached without becoming overly expensive.

When using a snap trap to capture a rat, a larger trap specified for rat control will need to be used. The small mouse traps are not likely to kill or hold the rat, and could, instead, inhumanely injure the rodent.

Seattle Commercial Ampm pest exterminators specialize in several Commercial rodent control services, including rat removal and mouse control, rodent damage control, rodent management, rodent prevention, residential and commercial rodent control. Ampm certified Commercial pest control specialists and pest exterminator operators are trained with the most advanced rodent control techniques, ranging from rodent control through trapping to rodent damage repair and rodent prevention services for Commercial Office Buildings, Hotels, Hospitals, and Retail Stores. Commercial buildings are constructed from types of materials and design methods that vary greatly in the degree of susceptibility to rodent infestation (for example, metal and concrete versus wood). Most structures eventually become less rodent proof due to deterioration, alteration, or repair. Heating, air conditioning, plumbing, electrical service, and fire sprinklers provide some of the most commonly encountered rodent entry points.

Rats, mice and other rodents can become a nuisance when in close proximity to humans. Spreading disease to both humans and household pets, rodents can also cause property damage and contaminate food sources. Ampm commercial Rodent pest Control specializes in rodent control and removal to help get rid of rodents in homes or businesses. A variety of lethal and non-lethal techniques, including exclusion, habitat modification, and trapping are available that may effectively control these pests.Food Handling Facilities and Warehouses. Businesses in which food is stored or handled are especially prone to rodent invasion. Good sanitation practices are essential. Keeping food well-sealed is very important Kitchen Area under food preparation equipment is raised above a smooth stainless steel floor, allowing for easy cleaning of food spills and open to prevent harborage.

Scraps of food can often be found in floor drains, under food preparation equipment and stored products, and around  entry areas. Outside doors are often left ajar or fit poorly due to heavy use, physical damage, or improper installation. Space under equipment mixers, stoves, counters, or refrigerators should allow easy cleaning and inspection, or be closed off completely with rodent-proof materials

Mice and rats are sometimes found using freezer and refrigerator compressor areas for harborage and water from condensation on cold coils. Mice are often found in the insulated walls of large coolers. Looking closely at corners and edges of metal, or other material covering the insulation, for rodent openings. Drains should have adequate screens or grates to prevent rodent entry. Food disposal, and damaged goods areas are often located close to food handling or storage areas and are not sealed from rodents. Areas near loading docks should be closely inspected for cracks, broken screens, damaged doors, and uneven floors near doorways. Interior loading docks served by rail cars are difficult to close due to the tracks, but rubber door guards made to fit the tracks are available and will deter rodent entry.

Rodent-infested goods in food warehouses commonly include cereals, flour, and baking mixes; waxed carton drinks; dry pet foods; dried fruits and nuts; fresh produce; paper goods; charcoal briquets, and damaged goods. Products in these categories should be kept in open, easily inspected areas, not in dark corners. Regular and routine removal of such nonsalable or nonusable products should be standard practice to enhance cleanliness and safety and to reduce harborage.

Apartments and Houses. Utility entry points include underground electrical and communication trunk lines, and exhaust vents for clothes dryers. Power lines have always been a favorite route of travel for commensal rodents, especially roof rats. Check all roof joints for tightness and presence of flashing, if rats and mice have access to the roof via wire, pipes, plants, or rough-textured walls. Also check roof and sewer vents for adequate screening and sealing, including presence of tight roof jacks.

Chimneys should be checked for properly installed flashing or for missing mortar. Rats occasionally enter buildings through toilet traps in inner-city areas with rat-infested sewer systems. In such cases, tracks and water may be found on the rim of toilet bowls. Both roof and Norway rats have been known to enter structures via the sewage system. This route usually occurs in older  established areas with poorly maintained sewer systems. Mice often enter under entry doors, through holes beside water pipes and electrical conduit, and through the cold air return ducts on forced air furnaces, especially those located in outside cabinets or garages, and underneath mobile homes.

Mice and rats often find easy access to garage areas through open doors or under and beside poor-fitting garage doors. Once in the garage, entry into the main structure along electrical lines, pipes, poorly sealed fire wall sheathing, or around furnace ducts, hot water heaters, or laundry drains.

If rodents are able to reach the attic, travel from room to room or unit to unit through openings for pipes, ducts, and wiring. Attics provide excellent harborage in winter, spring, and fall, but are often too hot during summer. Common attics, basements, or raised foundations in condominiums and apartments are a frequent source of rodent infestation.

Roof vent Poorly installed light-gauge roof vent, allowing easy access of rodents between roofing and base of vent. Gaps were large enough to allow rats and pigeons to enter.Once a rodent gets into the attic, inside entry to the fireplace void is often easy because of poorly fitted sheeting or metal collars. Entry to the inside of the fireplace is made from the damper area or cool air and warm air returns on units that provide for air circulation around the firebox. When the fireplace is in use, the heat will prevent rodent entry. If the outside cannot be sealed, glass doors that seal the burn area are recommended to prevent rodent entry throughout the year. Cracked and missing mortar, or poorly fitted siding or plaster, may allow entry through brick or rock fireplaces.

Tile or shake shingle roofs allow rodent entry if the roof is not solidly sheeted with plywood or similar material and the tile is not properly fitted and grouted. Vents without tightly fitted double roof jacks also facilitate access to rodents.

A source of harborage for rats and mice, are fireplaces especially the newer preconstructed zero clearance sheet metal units that eliminate the need for concrete mortar and brick. A hollow space is left in the siding and the fireplace support framing between the outside wall and the fireplace. Rats and mice can enter this area from the outside via the roof joint, between the siding and decorative wood corner trim, around gas pipes, or outside wood storage doors.

Once a rodent gets into the attic, inside entry to the fireplace void is often easy because of poorly fitted sheeting or metal collars. Entry to the inside of the fireplace is made from the damper area or cool air and warm air returns on units that provide for air circulation around the firebox. When the fireplace is in use, the heat will prevent rodent entry. If the outside cannot be sealed, glass doors that seal the burn area are recommended to prevent rodent entry throughout the year. Cracked and missing mortar, or poorly fitted siding or plaster, may allow entry through brick or rock fireplaces. Tile or shake shingle roofs allow rodent entry if the roof is not solidly sheeted with plywood or similar material and the tile is not properly fitted and grouted. Vents without tightly fitted double roof jacks also facilitate access to rodents.

Gaps or flaws in foundations and slabs, or where the wall framing meets the foundation or slab floor, may provide large enough openings for rodent entry. Older buildings commonly have cracked foundations, cracked plaster or mortar, warped siding, or broken and torn vent screens. Wood or masonite siding is especially vulnerable to warping and cracking near corners and around the base of the building. Old, unused holes where utilities formerly entered the structure are also common, especially in raised foundation and basement homes. Window screens are often left off or fit poorly in older, low-cost apartments and homes, allowing rodent entry from exterior utility lines and pipes running along exterior walls. Runways going to window ledges are often observed on stucco and brick walls and in ornamental plantings next to buildings.

Manufacturing Plants and Farm Buildings. Overhead or underground pipes, conveyor belts, and augers commonly found in farm buildings and factories are often used as entry points and routes into and between buildings. Such equipment, particularly if abandoned, may provide harborage as well as food. Rodent-proofing these areas is not easy if the equipment is still in use.

Gap in garage door:Rodent barrier or guard used between steps, foundation, or other sources of rodent entry and the loading dock doors when doors must be left open at night. Large gap between roll-up warehouse door frame and wall, allowing for easy rodent access.Utility entry points must be constantly monitored for excess openings caused by equipment repair, installation, or modification. Outside walls and doors must also be monitored for damage from equipment or livestock and for damage or wear from heavy use. If work patterns require doors to be open during hours of darkness, when rodent entry is most likely, rodent barriers may be needed, such as a solid fence or wall or a metal wing wall between the foundation and adjacent loading dock areas.

Buildings constructed with ribbed or corrugated metal siding allow rodent entry if the bottoms of the siding panels do not rest flat on a solid surface or they are not otherwise closed off. Sections of prefabricated buildings should be assembled tightly, and gaps at joints should be covered with metal flashing. Often, however, they are left open, especially at corners and at the foundation/slab interface.

Roll-up or overhead doors often provide easy entry for rodents, birds, and bats. With the door closed, check for gaps along the sides, bottom, and top of the door. A gap at the top is common. Rats and mice can easily climb up the space between the door and the inner wall or track to the top, where they gain entry and climb down the inside of the track. Gaps between the track and the wall are also common, especially if the track has been installed on brick walls. Door bottoms may be bent or damaged, leaving gaps along the floor. Uneven floors due to frost heaves may leave gaps when the door is closed.

Screens on windows, crawl spaces, and vents are often damaged in farm and industrial buildings. Check these carefully for needed repair or replacement.

One of the greatest challenges in farm buildings is preventing feed and seed from being a food source for rodents. Good sanitation practices are very important. Clean up spilled feed, and store feed and seed in rodent-proof buildings and containers. Keep sacked materials off the floor when possible. This facilitates for rats mice inspections and reduces harborage.

Pest control Exclusion Methods: Excluding rodents from livestock and poultry operations is another challenge due to livestock and manure management and various animal husbandry practices. Nevertheless, rodent-proofing is important and can be accomplished. Many of the entry points already identified for other types of structures apply to farm buildings. Additional problem areas include insulated walls used for harborage, feed bins, and portable feed bunks.

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Clean up any urine and droppings. Wear rubber, latex, or vinyl gloves when cleaning urine and droppings. Use a paper towel to pick up the urine and droppings, and dispose of the waste in the garbage.Since it is hard to tell if a mouse or a rat carries a hantavirus, it is best to avoid all wild mice and rats and to safely clean up any rodent urine,droppings, or nests in your home. Dogs and cats cannot give people hantavirus infections.
Before taking any steps to control a rodent problem, be sure to inspect the premises inside and out. Conducting a thorough inspection will be critical for helping decide which method of control is right. To conduct an inspection, use a flashlight to examine dark areas where rodents like to hide. Be sure to look up, down and all around for signs where rodents travel.
Traps are one way homeowners can control a mice infestation. Pest control services can help provide alternative solutions in order to eradicate rodents from houses or building in a safe manner. Identifying the correct rodent culprit and understanding their behavior can help select the right rodent control solution and help prevent future infestations.
Tell-tale signs of rats and mice include:
  1. Rodent droppings are a sure sign that rats or mice are present, and will indicate the type of rodent, the size of the infestation, and where the rodents are most active.
    – Mouse droppings are small, less than one quarter inch, and pointed on both ends.
    – Rat droppings are half an inch or larger. Norway rat droppings are blunt at both ends, while Roof Rat droppings are have pointed ends.
    – New droppings are shiny and putty-like in texture, while old ones are hard and crumbly.
    – Varying feces sizes indicate that juveniles and adults are present, and lots of droppings may be an indication of a large infestation.
    The location of any of these droppings indicates active areas where bait or traps should be placed and the type signifies whether to place rat or mouse traps/products.
  2. Rodent urine has a strong musky odor. With large infestations you can easily smell it.
  3. Gnawed holes of a mouse are small, clear-cut, and about the size of a dime. Gnawed rat holes are large, about the size of a quarter, with rough torn edges.
  4. Oily rub marks are left in places where rodents travel along walls. If rub marks smear, know they are fresh. Gnaw marks on wood around the house also are a sign. Tooth marks about one eighth inch long are typical of rats and small scratch marks are a sign of mice.
  5. Common rodent pathways are generally along interior walls, building foundations, ledges, pipes, electrical wires, conduits, tree branches and fence rails.
  6. For nesting, Norway rats burrow deep in the ground outdoors. Roof rats typically nest above ground in attics, trees, or dense vegetation. Mice will shred paper, string, and other pliable materials to build their nests indoors.
  7. Scratching sounds at night can indicate that rodents, which are nocturnal, are scampering around inside walls and along floors
  8. Pets tend to act unusual when they hear or smell rodents in the house. Pests may appear extremely alert, bark, or begin to paw at spaces beneath refrigerators, stoves, or low-clearance pieces of furniture.
Homeowners can take preventive measures to avert a rodent infestation. Mice and rats are flexible creatures; mice can squeeze through holes no larger than a nickel while rats can scoot through holes as small as a half dollar. Therefore, one of the first things a homeowner should do is inspect for possible entry holes, both inside and outside of the home.
Plumbing fixtures and any other piping or equipment that penetrates walls, floors or ceilings should be investigated. Holes made to facilitate installations can often leave gaps large enough for rodents to enter the home. Check under all sinks, drains, dryer vents and washing machine piping. Additionally, check the area around water heaters and furnaces as these warm areas attract rodents.
Inspect all floor vents and ductwork for gaps left open during installation. Of course, the attic is a prime location for rodent entry, so check for holes around the edges and missing ventilation covers. Cabinets, especially those on outside walls, should be checked for openings.
Inspect the doors and windows, both from the inside and outside of the home. Gaps not only allow rodent entry, but are energy wasters as well. Inspect the foundation for cracks and gaps. Check the entry locations of all water, plumbing and gas piping and electrical lines. Don’t forget to look for gaps where the TV cable enters your home.
Small holes can be filled with caulking, steel wool or expanding foam products. If sealing with steel wool, secure it with silicone caulking or adhesive. Large holes can be covered with lath screen or metal, cement, metal sheeting and hardware cloth. These materials are readily available at your local home improvement center or hardware store. While you are at it, don’t forget to inspect your outbuildings for entry points.
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Mice and rats can be carriers of various diseases, either directly or indirectly. The rodent, itself may be infected with a number of diseases; it may have parasites that bring the diseases into the home. Note that the Bubonic Plague of the middle 1300s was spread, not so much by the rodents themselves, but by the insects and parasites that they carried. From viruses to bacterial infections, these diseases can affect various body functions and systems, including pulmonary function, fevers and blood circulatory systems. Water supplies that are infected by rodent urine can cause deadly bacterial growth.
Rodents love to gnaw on everything. This can cause damage to electrical wiring, piping insulation and wood structural members. Many times, attics are nesting areas for rodents. They can cause considerable damage to attic insulation and electrical wiring.
There are several indicators of mouse and rat infestation. The presence of rodent droppings, small, dark pellets, is one of the first things a homeowner will notice. The droppings will not usually be found in piles, but scattered along the trail as the rodent explores. A few prime places to look for rodent droppings include underneath sinks, around the perimeter of a room and in cabinets.
Mouse and rodent nests are also good indicators. These nests are made of finely shredded paper or other fibrous material and located in sheltered areas.
Of course, gnaw marks and holes, especially in cardboard containers, are another prime sign. That’s why it is a good idea to keep cereal, grains and other foods in plastic or metal containers. Rodents tend to cache their food supply, so look for small pockets of food in sheltered locations as well.
If rodents have invaded the home, it is vital to control and eliminate them. Trapping is still one of the best and safest means of rodent control. Trapping the invader does not require the use of dangerous chemicals and pesticide agents; therefore, it is safer to do around small children and pets. Furthermore, trapping will allow for easy disposal of the rodent (whether dead or alive), thereby eliminating the odors that occur from dead animals in walls or other inaccessible areas when poisons are used.
Using the proper number of traps and placing them correctly is important for this method to be effective. Snap traps should be placed along walls and under or inside cabinets to capitalize on the rodent’s runway. They usually scurry along the edges of walls, stairs and other corners, so placing the trap with the trigger closest to the wall is most effective.
If you’d rather not kill the mouse, there are various live traps available in which the animal is lured by bait into a cage or box through a one-way door, trapping it inside. If you release it outside, be sure to do so a considerable distance from your house or anyone else’s. Otherwise, it’s likely to come back. Sticky paper traps, similar to flypaper, trap the rodent as it walks across its surface. These are generally used when the mouse is to be killed, but it’s also possible to release them by applying cooking oil to the glue.
Of course, poisons can also be used; however, extreme care must be used when handling poisons and steps must be taken to ensure the safety of children and pets. Many poisons can only be handled by licensed exterminators because of their danger.
Caution must be exercised when cleaning up after a rodent infestation. Ventilation is important, so open windows and doors, allowing the area to air out for at least 30 minutes.
The first step after ventilation is to clean up any urine and fecal droppings. Do not use a vacuum cleaner or broom to sweep up droppings or nesting materials as this will stir up dust and spread contamination. Use a commercial disinfectant or prepare a solution of 10 parts water to 1 part bleach and place in a spray bottle. Spray the solution on the droppings and nests, allowing them to soak for at least five minutes. Wear rubber, latex or vinyl gloves for protection. A respirator is also recommended.
Pick up the droppings, etc. with a paper towel and dispose of them immediately. Clean and disinfect the entire area with the disinfectant, including floors, shelves and countertops. After cleaning is completed, be sure to wash your hands and clothing before eating or ingesting any liquids.
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RODENT EXTERMINATION SERVICES IS NOT TRAPPING BUT A PROCESS IN PEST CONTROL FOR RATS AND MICE

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There are ways to get rid of the mice and rats yourself, but there are also likely to be times that you prefer to call on a professional rodent control service. When this is the case, there are a number of things you will need to do to prepare for service, to ensure the treatment is as effective and long-lasting as possible.

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Make sure that all food that is not in a can or jar is stored in the refrigerator or heavy plastic container for at least two weeks following service. This includes chips, candies, nuts, cereals, breads, any grain-based food, pet foods, etc., that are normally stored in upper or lower cabinets, on counter tops, or on top of the refrigerator. Although usually bagged, rodents can chew right through plastic bags to get to foods.

Remove all items from the top of the refrigerator and from directly underneath the kitchen sink to allow access to these areas.

making note of areas where mice or signs of mice have been seen.

Traps  should not be touched or disturbed during or after the service.

Take out trash on a regular basis, keep lids on trash cans, and keep area as clean as possible.

Eliminate any unnecessary storage including boxes, paper, and clothing as rodents will take shelter here, gnaw the items to make their nests, and even breed in such undisturbed areas.

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Rat are destructive, to wiring insulation causing a fire hazard. They can breed up to 6 times in a year, producing 5-10 babies each time. Once they take up residence in your home, they can quickly multiply, increasing the damage and danger to you and your property. Our mice control and mice removal experts are professionally trained in rat control.
Rat Control and extermination of rats involves a series of steps in many situations. The first step is rat removal, is closing all the holes they are using to get in then trapping all of the rats living in the structure. Rodenticides or poisons are usually not the best way for rat removal of the infestation initially because they often cause you to have dead and decomposing animals in the structure of your home, which can lead to further contamination, terrible odors, and insect problems. A thorough inspection to identify entry points on your home will often reveal a need for exclusion to prevent reentry once the initial rat removal is completed. Because rats can squeeze through very small openings, it is often impossible to fully ‘rat proof’ a structure. In many cases, we can implement a rat control program to prevent a re-infestation which will include rat control re-treatment if needed.

 

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Ant exterminator’s approach to household ants using green pest control methods

Ants are one of the most common household pests. In fact, ant infestations are so common that ant exterminators are the most in-demand type of pest professional. That’s right–despite the huge number of ant control products on the market today, homeowners and business owners frequently call on pest control professionals to help them eliminate all species of ants. Why? Well, there are a number of benefits to hiring an ant exterminator. Some of the pros of leaving the work up to a professional ant pest control company include:

 

– Custom Tailored Approach. There are many species of ants that can choose to make a home or business the location of their nests. Different types of ants are best eliminated with different techniques, and on top of that, each commercial building and residence presents its own unique set of challenges to effective pest control. Ant pest control specialists create complete custom tailored plans for each extermination that is uniquely designed for the type of ant and the pests’ location. An everyday homeowner or business owner simply doesn’t have the knowledge and experience needed to create a similar plan with the one-size-fits-all DIY pest control products on the market today.

 

– Higher Level of Safety. Even DIY ant pest control products that a person can buy in a hardware store or home improvement center can be dangerous if used improperly. An ant exterminator knows how to safely use insecticides to kill ants when necessary and will let the home or business owner know if people and pets can safely remain in the home or commercial building during and after the treatment.

 

– Identification of Causes. Pest control professionals don’t just determine what types of ants are present in the building and where they are located; they also figure out how they are getting in. Ant exterminators can help business owners and homeowners better secure their properties to keep ants out in the future.

 

– Better Success Rate. Because ant exterminators have access to the best ant pest control products and the knowledge needed to best deal with infestations, consumers have a much better chance of having ants completely exterminated the first time when they leave the job up to a pro.

 

– Cost-Saving Potential. Even though professional ant pest control services cost more than DIY products, many homeowners and business owners end up having to try multiple products before they’re able to successfully deal with ants. In the end, the combined cost of all of these products often comes close to the cost of hiring a professional.

 

– Maintenance Support. Ant exterminators will recommend maintenance services to keep ants away when they are needed, making it possible to keep homes and businesses free of the pests.

 

For people in need of an ant exterminator in the Seattle, Redmond, Kent or Renton areas, AM/PM Exterminators is an ant pest control service that you can trust to use the most cost effective, beneficial method to fully eradicate the infestation. The company provides customers with the information and support needed to keep a home or business free of ants in the future. To learn more about their services or schedule an inspection, please contact AM/PM Exterminators at 425 200 8045.

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Why We Stand Out From All Pest Control Companies

AM/PM Exterminators Seattle, WA Pest Control service is known for its comprehensiveness. It works throughout the King County and Seattle suburbs and primarily known for Ant Control, Bed Bug Control and many more. The company looks at pest control in an integrated manner and creates enough differentiator when compared with peers and nationally owned businesses. Some of the key differentiators are Local Presence, Understating of the Locality, Cost benefits, Trained Stuff along with Continuous Training and many more.

Seattle AM/PM Exterminators Seattle, WA Pest Control service is known for its comprehensiveness in Pests Management. It works throughout the King County and Seattle suburbs and mostly known for Ant Control, Bed Bug Control and many more. When it comes to comparison of AM/PM Exterminators with its peers and companies operating nationwide, it always scores high on many points. Customers who have taken services from AM/PM also formally accept that their depth of knowledge, Pests Dealing Techniques, Assessment Processes, Cost and Long Term Relationship management is beyond comparison.

“While planning and working we even consider the Pets and ensure that whatever we do should not upset the animal”, commented by the owner in relation to their attention to details.

Some key areas where AM/PM Exterminators is visibly unique and way ahead of their competitors are mainly around

Being Local: being local is big plus. They work in Seattle and around and hence understand the climate better. They are very much aware of the potential Pests vulnerability of the region. People they recruit and train are from this locality only.

Anytime and all the time service: Anytime round the clock if anyone is requested any service, they reach there on time. This responsiveness is a big plus for them.

Great Cost: Being local and having less administrative overheads helps them to operate at a cost which is absolutely acceptable to their customers

Great People: End of the day, people makes the difference and courteous and enthusiastic people from AM/PM Exterminators is highly praised by every customer

The team possesses great process and their attention to details and thorough planning acts as great catalysts to propel the business growth further.

They don’t entertain shortcuts. They recommend what’s the right solution for their customers.

The materials used for the pests control is non-toxic and that helps to maintain an amiable atmosphere in the premise.

Weekend and off-hour work for commercial space Pests Controls. This helps business houses to continue business without any disruption.

With these core differences AM/PM Exterminators have earned a prestigious position in the space they operate. They are constantly working hard to make their processes better to serve their customers even better.

About AM/PM Exterminators: AM/PM Exterminators, a Seattle based home and exterior pests control company serving across Seattle and suburbs. Unique, home owned business with expert pest control and specialized experience makes them popular for what they do. They even provide guaranteed service of no pests in between services. In case otherwise happens they visit the place with no extra cost. Great customer management and transparent communication made then even more preferred vendor when it comes to Pest Control

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When Is It Safe To Do It Yourself Pest Control

Ant Control, Bed Bug Control, Pest Control, Rodent Management and many more such are some key service offerings from AM/PM Exterminators Seattle, WA. It serves its customers across Seattle and its suburbs, Redmond and Bellevue. The company looks at pest control in an integrated manner and recommends preventing first rather than reacting after the pests appear in the house. The team of AM/PM Exterminators helps its customers to do the pest control themselves after a certain time when the prevention becomes a routine rather than specific action. They take a holistic approach with a thorough assessment upfront and subsequently put a short, mid and a long term plan for Pests Prevention along with Spider, Rodent and other insects management.

Seattle AM/PM Exterminators’ Pest Control, Exterminators, Ant Control and Bed Bug Control are becoming popular within the suburbs of Seattle, WA. AM/PM Exterminators assessment about the pest controls needs for homes as well as commercial spaces is unique. The team of experts deals with every minute detail around pests and comes up with a comprehensive plan to keep the place free from Pests. They take specific needs for the home and office into account while creating the plan. Post analysis, two specific things are informed to customers. First being the current status of the house and the second is what sort of maintenance may be required to keep the premises free from pests.

“Inspection details, knowledge of the pests control professionals and their professional behavior makes this process very interesting”, commented by one of their customers.

AM/PM Exterminators recommends a plan which generally has some immediate actions and also aims to stop the root cause of pests. Pests or Bugs generally grow once they get a safe shelter, food, moisture and warmth. Once these are stopped Pests leave the space and look out for other places to stay. Once the team from AM/PM exterminators is able to address the immediate concerns around Pests and seal the premise form Pests, what remain is routine procedures to follow. Simultaneously, it’s advised to watch for the signs which tell that Pests might have come back. Team AM/PM Exterminators also even provides an exhaustive checklist for the dwellers of the premise to ensure that they can understand in case the pests have crawled back in the premise again.

Generally it’s recommended that after 6 to 8 months of rigorous Pest Control, Bed Bug Control, Ant Control, once the major causes are taken care then it’s safe to take over the Pests management in one’s hand. However; this timing is mainly depends on the structure and status of the current premises and its vulnerability to get affected again. With low vulnerability and environment which is sufficiently safe, it takes 6 to 8 months before the pest control becomes a routine work and individuals can manage it themselves.

About AM/PM Exterminators: AM/PM Exterminators, a Seattle based home and exterior pests control company serving across Seattle and suburbs. Unique, home owned business with expert pest control and specialized experience makes them popular for what they do. They even provide guaranteed service of no pests in between services. In case otherwise happens they visit the place with no extra cost. Great customer management and transparent communication made then even more preferred vendor when it comes to Pest Control.

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AM/PM EXTERMINATORS ASSISTS HOMEOWNERS WITH INCREASES IN ANT INFESTATIONS DUE TO SHIFTS IN SEATTLE WEATHER

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON — AM/PM Exterminators is currently providing black ant removal services for residences in the area that are experiencing infestations due to shifts in the weather.

 

 

The Problem with Black Ant Infestations

 

Black ants are one of the most common insect pests found in homes in the Seattle area. These ants are roughly .1 inch long and tend to live in large colonies around patios and driveways of Seattle homes. During the summer, ants will often be content to remain outside, but as the weather begins to shift with the arrival of fall, ants will often begin to explore, looking for food. Scout ants find their way into homes, and if they manage to find crumbs, grease and other debris, they will attract more ants, leading to infestations indoors. While black ants are not harmful to property, humans or pets, they are a nuisance, and most homeowners want to eliminate them as soon as they are spotted.

 

 

Professional Ant Removal Services

 

Often, ant infestations in Seattle arise from both an outdoor colony and an indoor one. Most homeowners are not equipped to locate colonies to treat ants, making it necessary to seek out professional ant removal services.

 

AM/PM Exterminators offers a complete ant removal service that involves locating colonies both indoors and outdoors and completely eliminating both. This not only eliminates the present indoor infestation, but it also greatly reduces the likelihood of ants returning in the near future. Maintenance packages are also available to periodically treat for black ants and prevent their return.

 

 

Preventing Entry

 

If ants can find their way into a Seattle home once, they are likely to do it again in the future. As a result, AM/PM Exterminators provides homeowners with assistance identifying possible points of entry for ants. The ant removal pest control professionals who work for the company fully inspect homes and identify areas like cracks in walls or gaps under windows that ants can exploit. By identifying these problems and recommending solutions for repairs, the exterminators help homeowners work proactively to keep ants out.

 

 

Cost of Ant Removal

 

Many consumers put off calling a professional exterminator due to concerns about costs. Homeowners who want to save money may try to rely on DIY ant removal methods, many of which are ineffective.

 

Explained NAME, owner of AM/PM Exterminators, “We get a lot of calls from homeowners who have tried several times to get rid of black ants with ant traps and liquid ant killers. Once we quote them the price for our services, they usually say that it’s similar to what they ended up paying for the DIY products that they purchased. That’s why we strongly urge homeowners to call us first.”

 

In addition to providing black ant exterminator service for the greater Seattle area, AM/PM Exterminators also serves the Redmond, Kent and Renton areas. The company offers commercial ant removal services as well as services for residential ant removal. For more information, contact AM/PM Exterminators at (206) 571-7580.

 

AM/PM EXTERMINATORS ASSISTS HOMEOWNERS WITH INCREASES IN ANT INFESTATIONS DUE TO SHIFTS IN SEATTLE WEATHER