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Roach Removal

Roach Removal

If you live within or around Charleston and are experiencing cockroach issues, call us today. Roach are known to carry diseases and can cause allergic reactions. Knowing how and why Roach are getting into your home is important for your health, and that of your family. Cockroaches are extremely resilient pests, which require professional response to eliminate. If you discover cockroaches in your home, call us today, and we will take care of the issue right away.

Bedbug Removal

Bedbug Removal

Bedbugs are stubborn little beasts. They are a growing problem in Charleston and across the United States, and experts are unsure of the safest way to go about exterminating these pesky insects. The federal government recently rejected Ohio officials' request to use an industrial pesticide to fight household infestations of bedbugs. Bedbugs can live for up to a year without a meal, but they normally try to feed every five to 10 days. Although they are not known to transmit disease, they are extremely hard to eradicate, depending on the severity of the infestation. Some species of the pesky insects have been shown to have developed a resistance to pesticides.

 

Bee / Wasp Removal

Bee / Wasp Removal

If you live within or around Charleston and are experiencing bee or wasp issues, call us today. Wasps are known to become aggressive when provoked, and bees may become agitated if they feel their home is being threatened. Because bee allergies are not uncommon and wasps can be very aggressive, our bee and wasp control experts are highly trained and able to provide you with aid within several hours. If you encounter a wasp nest or bee hive within the area, call us today, and we will take care of the issue within a day.

Termite Removal

Termite Removal

Termites feed on wood, and can, therefore, destroy a building in a relatively short amount of time. Because there are so very many of them in a nest, termites can cause constant, consistent damage at all hours of the day and night. The hidden nuances that cause up to $5 billion a year, termites can wreck havoc on your home or business, making the structure completely unstable and making your home or business an unsafe environment. These insects can maintain a single colony up almost 2 million, all constantly working their way through your building's support and structure. Because they work underneath the surface, termites are an issue that is often undetected until too late.

Rodents/Mice Removal

Rodents/Mice Removal

We have been a trusted part of Charleston and the surrounding areas for a number of decades, and our reliable and efficient pest control will keep us that way for years to come. We handle almost every kind of pest you can think of: rats and other rodents, flies, moths, bees and most other kinds of insects and arachnids. We excel at what we do, giving both residents and business owners alike the peace of mind of knowing that "the problem is taken care of." Our services are additionally attractive when it comes to rodents, as we use both family and pet-friendly methods.

Carpenter Ant Removal

Carpenter Ant Removal

These ants range from dark brown to yellow, and are characterized by their tendency to find moist or wet wood, and pack damp sawdust against it to further and hasten the rot. These ants infest areas near water, like leaky plumbing areas, but are also found in soil, door frames, wood beams, and crawlspaces.

Mole Removal

Mole Removal

While they are often confused with rodents such as mice and rats, moles are actually mammalian insectivores and maintain completely different habits and diets than those for which they are often confused. There are several different kinds of moles, with the most common in North America being the eastern mole. Moles are harmless in nature, and only a nuisance to gardeners, those that practice lawn maintenance and both home and business owners, because of the havoc they can wreck on lawn appearance.

Spider Removal

Spider Removal

Spiders are some of the absolute most aggressive spiders to encounter and are often confused with other kinds of spiders due to their general appearance. They are brown with no markings at all, and can grow to between 11 to 14 mm length, not including legs. The female spider maintains a larger abdomen than the male.

When a client inquires about a professional pest management service, many times the first question is how much the service will cost. However, no two homes or two pest problems are exactly alike nor are two pest control companies exactly the same.

Inexperienced applications of over-the-counter pest control products are usually ineffective and can also be unsafe for pets, children and adults if used improperly. Also, most pests return unless you take steps to prevent them. In as little as 60 days, new infestations can develop.

By the time you make the decision to look into pest management services, you have most likely tried it by yourself. While store-bought solutions can kill some pests, they are not very effective at providing continuous prevention from re-infestation (you've probably found that most pests are relentless). Typical homeowners lack the time and expertise to handle specific pest situations that are encountered in and around your home or office.

Our first priority is the safety of our customers, as well as being good stewards of the environment. "Caring People — Careful Solutions?" means that we take the time to develop a customized pest control program and use strategic targeting, which enables us to use the least amount of pest control product while providing superior results. All materials are EPA approved and all technicians are trained in the safe handling and application of all materials.

All our job applicants are required to pass a series of interviews and background checks (which include criminal and drug tests) before they are even considered for employment. All technicians go through on-the-job training with a highly experienced trainer for the first month. Within the first 75 days, we send them to a registered technician school offered by the state of North Carolina. All of our employees are friendly, professional and know that our first priority is safety.

WHY SHOULD I CONSIDER HIRING A PROFESSIONAL?

Many reasons to consider hiring Professional Exterminators in Charleston:

  • They know how to use chemicals safely
  • They know what chemicals to never mix together
  • Immediate response: Several service vehicles for quick response
  • Friendly & courteous customer service representatives
  • Free inspections
  • On-time appointments
  • Guaranteed service
  • Expert, professional pest control technicians
  • WDIR-certified termite inspectors

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WHY SHOULD I HIRE A PROFESSIONAL PEST PREVENTION FIRM?

By the time you make the decision to look into pest management services, you have most likely tried it yourself (over-the-counter treatments can kill some pests but are not as effective at providing continuous prevention from re-infestation) and found that most pests are relentless. Most homeowners also lack the time and expertise to handle specific pest situations that are encountered in and around the home or office.

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Information for Charleston, South Carolina

South Carolina, seat of Charleston county, southeastern South Carolina, U.S. It is a major port on the Atlantic coast, a historic centre of Southernculture , and the hub of a large urbanized area that includes Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Hanahan, and Goose Creek. The city is situated on a peninsula between the estuaries of the Ashley and Cooper rivers, facing a fine deepwater harbour.Row houses in Charleston, S.C. Donovan Reese/Getty Images The settlement, originally called Charles Towne (for Charles II), was established by English colonists in 1670 on the west bank of the Ashley, thus beginning the colonization of South Carolina. Moved to its present site in 1680, it became the commercial centre of trade in rice and indigo. In 1722 it was briefly incorporated as Charles City and Port, and in 1783 it was reincorporated as Charleston. ALondon Magazineengraving of Charleston, S.C., 1762. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Charleston was the seat of the provincial congress in 1775 that created the state of South Carolina, and it was named the state capital the following year. In the American Revolution the city was held by the British from 1780 to 1782. It ceased to be the state capital in 1790, when the legislature moved to Columbia. Freed from British trade restrictions, Charleston prospered as the chief winter port of the United States until the War of 1812. It had a large trade in the Caribbean and exported cotton and rice.As the South's senior city, Charleston led the fight for states' rights from the beginning of that movement up to the formation of the Confederacy. South Carolina's ordinance of secession was passed in Charleston on December 20, 1860, and the capture of Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, by Confederates (April 12 - 14, 1861) precipitated the American Civil War. The city was blockaded by Union land and sea forces from July 10, 1863, to February 18, 1865, the siege ending only when General William Tecumseh Sherman's advance forced the city's evacuation.The completion of jetties through the harbour bar in 1896 provided Charleston with a deepwater entrance, and in 1901 a U.S. naval base was established on the Cooper River. The base was expanded in both World Wars I and II, and during the Cold War Charleston became heavily dependent on U.S. defense facilities, as it was the location of a naval shipyard, a naval station, and naval supply and distribution centres (all now closed). The port's trade also expanded rapidly after World War II, and the nearby Santee Cooper hydroelectric project (1942) aided the city's industrial development, which is now well diversified and includes paper and pulp mills, metalworking, and the manufacture of molded rubber products, auto parts, chemicals, electrical equipment, textiles, and clothing. Charleston remains the financial and commercial centre of coastal South Carolina. The city was devastated by a powerful hurricane in September 1989, and its economy received a serious, though short-lived, blow in 1993, when the decision was made to close the naval shipyard and several other naval bases. Map of Charleston, S.C., c.1900 from the 10th edition ofEncyclopaedia Britannica . Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. The city is the seat of the College of Charleston (1770), the Medical University of South Carolina (1824), The Citadel (1842; a military college), Trident Technical College (1964), and Charleston Southern University (1964; formerly the Baptist College at Charleston). Charleston's many old colonial homes and churches, picturesque streets and courtyards, and notable parks and gardens recall its days as the chief city of the royal province of Carolina, and the city and its surroundings attract large numbers of tourists. Historic buildings include Heyward-Washington House (1772), the Joseph Manigault House (1803), and the Dock Street Theatre (1736; rebuilt 1937). Cultural institutions include the Charleston Library Society (1748), the Carolina Art Association (1858), and the South Carolina Historical Society (1855). The College of Charleston was the nation's first municipal college, and the Charleston Museum (founded 1773) is the oldest museum in the United States. A discussion of the oldest museum in the United States, from the documentary � Great Museums Television (A Britannica Publishing Partner)Britannica Stories In The News / GeographyColossal Statue of Ramses II ('Ozymandias') Discovered in CairoDemystified / ScienceIs Climate Change Real?Spotlight / HistoryThe Legacy of Order 9066 and Japanese American InternmentIn The News / ScienceMore Evidence of Neanderthal Lifestyles The Battery (White Point Gardens), conspicuousfor monuments and military relics, stands at the city's southern extremity, overlooking the rivers and the harbour. Fort Sumter National Monument, commemoratingthe first shot fired in the Civil War, is located about 3.5 miles (5.5 km) southeast of Charleston, in the bay. Nearby are Middleton Place, a former plantation with a formal garden established in the mid-18th century; Magnolia Plantation and Its Gardens, noted for azaleas and camellias; and Cypress Gardens. Pop. (2000) 96, 650; Charleston - North Charleston - Summerville Metro Area, 549, 033; (2010) 120, 083; Charleston - North Charleston - Summerville Metro Area, 664, 607.

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The Termite Inspection

The termite inspection, also known by its official name, Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) Inspection, includes inspection for any and all organisms with the capability to destroy structures through wood damage. These organisms include dry rot, carpenter bees, fungus, wood borers and of course, termites. Your inspector will also indicate areas likely to attracts termites or other wood destroying organisms if left unfinished or unfixed.

Because of the significant damage termites can do to a structure without being noticed, our WDO Inspectors are trained and capable of examining your structure, determining the organism that caused the damage, and providing you with recommendations and options for the repair.

What to Do In Case of Infestation

Every situation is unique, and the treatment depends on the severity of damage, infestation, and location. Because there are so many variables in the case of termite infestation, our professionals work with you to find what solution suits your needs best.

We are a customer-oriented business, and therefore will never try to sell you more or less than exactly what you need. Our technicians will provide you with a comprehensive examination of your situation, make repairs based on the damage, and discuss your options moving forward. Our team will provide your home or your business with an individualized plan that includes actions going to be taken and products being used, to ensure you understand the process and know what to do in the case of future occurrences.

Orange Oil

Because only two termites are needed to start an entirely new colony, our team only offers what works 100% effectively, While orange oil has been marketed as the only termite solution needed, more often than not, there are much less expensive and more effective alternatives. Unless your situation calls for it, orange oil is rarely used by our professionals and is quickly becoming one of the least often used products of the industry.

Basically, it all comes down to one simple question: if orange oil is just as effective as advertised by those few select businesses, why is it not the most common and highly efficient termite solution for dry wood termite treatments?

Don't let your business's structure crumble: call us today , and one of our experts will help you with scheduling an appointment for your termite needs, of visiting us online to fill out a contact form.

Conducive Conditions for Termites

There are many ways to discourage termites in your home, especially with the utilization of these very helpful tips:

Make sure your gutters are in good condition.

Fill in cracks in concrete and eliminate attic entry points.

Avoid letting water touch the stucco or wood siding when watering your lawn.

Remove any and all wood stumps from around and especially beneath your building.

Be sure air vents are not being overgrown by shrubbery.

Keep plumbing in good condition.

Set up an appointment today to discuss your termite concerns and any questions you may have. Call us or reach out online through a form. Even one termite could be indicative of a massive problem, so let our experts take care of the possible infestation.




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