Phoenix

PEST control in Phoenix

Royal Pest Management is full-service pest control company serving Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey and Virginia. Royal uses the most advanced methods and materials in IPM (Integrated Pest Management) to provide customers with pest control that is the safest and most effective in the industry today. Royal’s services are a truly planet friendly way to protect your family, your home and your lifestyle from annoying, destructive and harmful pests.

TERMITE control in Phoenix

Royal termite service starts with a careful inspection of your home to identify problems and conditions conducive to infestation by wood-destroying insects such as termites, carpenter ants and bees. Royal Pest Professionals then customize a treatment strategy designed both for your immediate pest needs and to eliminate the threat of future structural damage.

ANTS control in Phoenix

With more than 700 species of ants in the United States, it’s not surprising that ants are a very common home-invader. One of the most destructive species is the carpenter ant, enter buildings through small cracks and holes, and tunnel through decaying wood before attacking undamaged wood. The most common home invading species include odorous and non-odorous house ants and pavement ants. These ants will eat almost anything, including fruit, meats and cheese and can contaminate food sources that they infest. Royal will take proactive steps to eliminate ants at first appearance to reduce the likelihood of a major infestation later.

MICE AND RATS control in Phoenix

The house mouse is the most common rodent pest in most parts of the world. It can breed rapidly and adapt quickly to changing conditions. House mice can breed throughout the year and can share nests. As their name suggests, house mice live in structures, but they can live outdoors. And come inside for food. Mice can also bring fleas, mites, ticks and lice into your home. Their urine and feces can cause allergies in children.

STINK BUGS control in Phoenix

This insect earned its name from its tendency to release an odor when disturbed or when crushed. During warm months, female stink bugs attach large masses of eggs to the underside of leaves and stems. In the fall they start to come into your home looking to “overwinter”.  Stink bugs are not known to bite humans but caution should be used when handling them to avoid a release of their odor. A Royal Pest Management licensed pest professional can treat for stink bugs in the late summer or fall just prior to bug congregation.  Since there are NO natural predators for STINK BUGS in the U.S., PEST CONTROL is the only method to keep them out of your home.

BED BUGS control in Phoenix

Bed bugs get their name because they like to live and feed in beds. They like to travel and will hide in suitcases, boxes and shoes to be near a food supply. They are elusive, nocturnal creatures. They can hide behind baseboards, electrical switchplates, picture frames, even wall paper. They come out at night for a blood meal. Although bed bugs can dine on any warm-blooded animal, they primarily dine on humans. Bed bugs do not transmit diseases, but their bites can become red, itchy welts. Royal follows a strict procedure that includes inspection, preparation, treatment, follow up and customer education to control and keep bed bugs from returning.

Kitchen Ants

ANTS

Ants LOVE kitchens…it’s easier pickin’s than a picnic.  Here are a few tips on how you can help prevent ants from invading your kitchen.

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Chester County, PA

Termites Swarming

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It is not always possible for an untrained individual to see evidence of termites. Homeowners must be vigilant in and around the home.

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Flea Infestation

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Summer and fall are prime seasons for flea infestations, and with both humans and pets spending more time outdoors.

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Rain & Mosquitoes

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Not only can mosquitoes carry diseases that afflict humans, but they also can transmit several diseases and parasites that dogs and horses are very susceptible to.

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