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PEST CONTROL LEADERS
Spectrum Pest Control addresses all sorts of insect infestations all year round. Our exterminators work with the specifics of your own situation, schedule and home.
PEST CONTROL AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Bees, Hornets and yellow jackets
Ants, spiders, cockroaches
Rats, Mice and other small rodents
WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL YOUR RESIDENTIAL PEST CONTROL NEEDS
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.
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.
OUR 3 STEP PEST CONTROL PROGRAM
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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.
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.
Box elder bugs are not agricultural pests but can be known as a nuisance insect. Found primarily on boxelder, ash, and maple trees, these insects can be found all over North America, including places such as New Castle, PA. They can invade the home during the winter months in large numbers by finding can holes or voids in the structure. While they don’t really do harm to the structure, they can be overwhelming for a homeowner and will need to be removed.
What are the appearance and features of a box elder bug?
These insects are very distinguishable in their appearance and can be easily recognized. Their body is black in color and is marked with bright red lines along the sides and the thorax. They have flat red wings and can grow up to 12 mm in length. The nymphs will be a bright red, similar to the veining found on the body. Boxelder bugs can be confused with stink bugs, but they differ in appearance. Like stink bugs, they do release a pungent and unpleasant scent to discourage predators from attacking. This ability allows them to congregate in large groups without being attacked. When disturbed, this foul odor is emitted through the air and can be very unpleasant for homeowner.
How to prevent an infestation?
Prevention is the key to avoid any sort of infestation. If a homeowner has a boxelder tree, it may be in their best interest to remove the surrounding trees from the home. Also it is important to repair and seal any holes or gaps found in screens and any damaged windows. However even if all can be done for prevention, it will do no good if they are already in the home.
What is the sign of an infestation?
The first sign of a box elder infestation is the when they start to invade in large numbers. If they have already invaded, the homeowner will be able to see the bugs begin to come out of their hibernation places once the weather becomes warmer. As stated before, these insects are pretty easy to identify, but a homeowner should not take things into their own hands. Instead a professional pest control company should be called, such as Spectrum Pest Control. They will send an exterminator who will provide all his services and properly remove these bugs from the home and also give advice on how to prevent them from invading again.