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Spectrum Pest Control addresses all sorts of insect infestations in the Beaver, PA area all year round. Our exterminators work with the specifics of your own situation, schedule and home.
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Spectrum’s Ultimate Care Program is the most comprehensive home pest control in the business. We offer you unsurpassed protection against all of your general insects and give you our Pest Free Promise. If the bugs return, so do we free of charge! Spectrum Pest Control also offers a Money Back Guarantee on all of our services.
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By concentrating our efforts outside the home, we reduce the need for applications inside. That “perimeter of protection” provides an invisible “barrier”; helping seal out pests from entering your home. Specifically, we thoroughly inspect your home’s exterior. The concentrate on potential areas where insects or mice can enter.For comprehensive residential pest control all year long, we provide an Exclusive 4 Step Annual Pest Control Program. Spectrum ensures your home and family are protected year-round from a wide variety of new pests that appear with each new season. Spectrum also provides single services to solve specific pest issues on a one-time basis.
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I have seen the most thorough inspection of my property, both inside and out by Spectrum Pest Control. They’ve identified the areas where our ant and termite problem originated from and where other pest problems may exist! It was a sigh of relief for me knowing I was dealing with true professionals. Thank you, Spectrum.
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The Spectrum Protection Plan is the best option for making sure that pests don’t enter the areas where you and your family live, sleep, and prepare food. We make sure that we prepare and inspect for all potential pests and problems you may encounter at your home, and we are ready with industry-leading residential pest control treatments to solve those problems.
Our trained inspectors will perform the most thorough inspection of your property possible, both inside and out, to identify all residential areas where a pest problem exists or where one might exist. Rather than looking for just one pest that you may or may not have noticed, our Inspectors go the extra mile to make sure that a problem that could occur tomorrow is identified and prepared for today.
Prepared with industry leading training, solutions, and technology, our technicians will perform a complete treatment in order to keep the active pests of each season from entering your home. Whether it’s ants in the summer, spiders in the winter, or anything in between, Spectrum exterminator technicians are prepared for all types of pest problems with a thorough treatment to quickly remove the problem.
At each service, our exterminators will make sure that not only are your previous pest problems under control, but that common problem areas are checked to make sure that any new problems are prevented before they have a chance to get started.
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Compared to other pest control companies, I can say that Spectrum Pest Control trains their employees very well. Their technicians have extensive knowledge and passion for their jobs, I feel very safe and confident that the job will be done well. Thank you
SOMETHING BUGGING YOU?
Spectrum Pest Control addresses all sorts of insect infestations all year round. Our exterminators work with the specifics of your situation, schedule, and home.
Pest Control Sarver PA
Hours. Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM, Sat-Sun 9AM-12PM
Address. 210 N Pike Rd, Sarver, PA 16055
Tel. (724) 540-3240
Carpenter bees closely resemble bumblebees, but do not have the hair on their abdomen and are not considered social bees. Carpenter bees love to drill holes in wood that is unpainted and two inches or bigger in size. They do not eat the wood though, they just drill them a hole for a place to live. If you have a problem with carpenter bees, exterminators may be needed to help you get rid of the problem.
Carpenter bees are considered solitary bees because they do not live in the same colony type existence as other bees do. The make tunnels in the wood and separate chambers for each living unit. They have simple nests where a daughter and mother will cohabit together. The female of the species is the one you will normally see guarding the nest. The females have stingers while the males do not. Males will normally work gathering food and making more tunnels to use for eggs and food storage.
The young male and female bees will mate during the spring. They will then set out to begin to make more chambers for their eggs to hatch. Each chamber holds one egg and food for the larvae to eat. This food is a mixture of pollen and regurgitated nectar. The female can have up to 6-8 chambers for the larvae to hatch. Once the eggs hatch, the larvae develop quickly into full adults. Newly hatched adults emerge in August. They will then feed on nectar before returning to the tunnels to hibernate for winter.
Harmful to Wood
While one carpenter bee will not do any damage to wood, many of them can cause the wood to deteriorate. They will dig tunnels into the wood which in turn will cause the wood to lose its stability. Since they will only dig in untreated wood, you should consider painting any type of wood that is outdoors. This will help to prevent the carpenter bees from making any tunnels into it.
Getting Rid of Carpenter Bees
Getting rid of these carpenter bees is not hard; you will just need perseverance to keep up the fight. If you can you should call a bee exterminator in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania first. It will be much easier to let someone else handle the problem. They know exactly what to do to get rid of the bees and prevent them from coming back.
If you cannot call a bee exterminator, you can get rid of them yourself. The first thing you need to do is to purchase some insecticide dust or/and some wasp spray. It is best to do this at night to protect yourself from getting stung. Put some red cellophane tape over a flashlight. The bees will not be able to see the red light, but you should still be able to see the hole. Use something that will puff the dust up into the hole.
If you have to do this during the day, make sure to wear protective clothing to prevent any bee stings. Spray any bees flying around the hole with the wasp spray. Then proceed to inject the dust into the bee hole. If you are having a tough time getting rid of them, give Spectrum Pest Control Grove City Pennsylvania a call!