Along the way, sometimes we come across evidence that – although not pretty – confirms we are doing our job right.
The bottom was full of bed bug skin castings.
See our latest video of Darin performing a Bed Bug inspection.
Squirrels may be cute, but you definitely don’t want them in your house. These little critters were later released humanely.
Starlings may have beautiful voices, but you sure don’t want them nesting in your attic. See these before and after shots of one of our customers roofs.
Then they gave Local Pest Control a call….
Local Pest Control removing another mattress from a potentially infested property. We work discreetly and professionally.
Trapped Squirrel in an attic. Don’t worry she was humanely released later that afternoon.
A humane release of a trapped skunk. Local Pest Control always releases the captured animal humanely – over a major waterway. So they live on peacefully, far away from you and your property.
Raccoon proofed exterior. After this no Raccoons will be using this clients attic as a nesting spot.
Bed Bug infestation revealed upon inspection. These critters love to hide in creases and crevasses, especially underneath the mattress tag.
Placement of pigeon-proof wire along building facade. Look closely notice any landmarks?
A customers cellar crawlspace that we came across at one of our inspections. It was obvious that a nest of rats were making themselves at home. Tearing insulation out of the ceiling, rafters and walls to make themselves comfortable. This is when rodent infestation has the potential to become a substantial cost to eradicate and can begin to affect other aspects of your home such as heating, wiring and air quality.
But, if caught in time and you contact your Local Pest Control professionals we can identify, eradicate and correct all the damage that has been done to your home and restore your peace of mind.
We know how to keep the entire perimeter of your property safe from pests after the job is done. We continue to monitor the situation with exterior rat traps and rodenticide, see below.
This picture above shows that the rodents have consumed and digested the rodenticide and are now dead. We clean the traps, carcasses and reset the poison until all evidence of their presence is gone.