Our Residential Pest Control Services commonly include the following pests found in Long Island and NYC homes.
Arrow Exterminating offers the highest level of residential pest control services. Our specialists will visit your home to conduct a thorough inspection, develop a comprehensive pest elimination plan and implement services in the safest and most efficient way possible. Take back control of your property from the following common residential pests.
Birds can become trapped in the attic or any other part of the home and are often very difficult to remove. Birds also carry a range of pests and diseases that can be transmitted to humans and animals in the home.
Your Arrow specialist will begin by conducting an investigation to determine the number of flying pests in your home. Once the infestation has been assessed, Arrow will determine the best humane method of removal. Removing a large number of birds may require the use of traps. Once all pests have been removed, the home will be sealed to prevent them from returning.
Insect and Pest Control
Insects are by far the most common residential pests, and they can be difficult to deal with. After an initial inspection, your Arrow technician will determine the extent of the problem and develop a strategy for extermination. With flying insects, aerosol insecticides are often the best method of extermination. In other cases, dust insecticides may be placed around the home to kill pests before sealing any openings or cracks around the area.
Rodents are an alarming problem to discover in any home. Rodents such as mice and rats carry diseases that can easily be transmitted to humans and pets in the home. Traps are one of the most common forms of pest control for a rodent infestation, but other methods may be used if there is concern about a danger to children or animals in the home. In other cases, your Arrow specialist may choose to use rodenticide to exterminate the rodent infestation.
Termites are found in the foundations of the home, causing tens of thousands of dollars in structural damage. You should call the professionals at Arrow at the first sign of a termite infestation so a thorough inspection can be implemented. Once inspected, your home will be treated with a termite baiting system to destroy the termite colony. Cracks in the foundation of the home and windows should be sealed to prevent re-entry.
Wildlife such as squirrels, raccoons and snakes can easily infest your attic or other areas of the home. These animals pose the risk of disease transmission and bite injuries and should be dealt with by professionals. The treatment for an infestation depends on the type of wildlife and local removal ordinances, so it is important to consult with a professional before moving forward. From removal and relocation to extermination, your licensed Arrow specialist will work hard to find the best solution for your infestation problem.
Residential Protection Plans
We provide residential protection plans throughout Long Island, NYC and the 5 boroughs. This includes a quarterly service for residential protection plans. Even if you have the cleanest house on the block, there are seasons when insects and pests may enter. We’ll set up a regular schedule to control your specific problem.
Common Residential Pests in Long Island and NYC
What to Expect From Our Visit
Inspection is the key to pest identification, making it possible to formulate an effective strategy. At Arrow, we understand that each home and infestation is different and we will work to assess all the factors that make yours unique.
Once the inspection is complete, your Arrow technician will create a comprehensive strategy for pest removal and long-term prevention.
Implementing a problem-solving strategy involves the use of insecticides and other removal services that are custom tailored to your home and the pests infesting it to ensure complete and safe removal.
Keeping Problems from Returning
A quarterly inspection for maintenance is the best way to ensure that pests stay away from your home. Your home will also be sealed to prevent re-entry.