3 Reasons To Choose Local Pest Control Specialists

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, January 22, 2018

Wildwoods_Pest_Control_3 Reasons To Choose Local Pest Control Specialists

When dealing with a pest infestation, your main concern is likely the protection of your family and your home. Pest issues can compromise your home’s safety as well as the health of its residents. Pests often bring with them the threat of disease which can be particularly dangerous for homes with small children, elderly or otherwise infirmed residents. Identifying an infestation may inspire you to attempt an OTC or DIY solution, but the best long-term solution is to contact your local pest control professional—and we’ve got three legitimate reasons why:

OTC and DIY solutions are a temporary fix for a potentially permanent problem. Many store-bought pest control products simply scare off the visible pests while strengthening the resolve of the greater majority of pests who are very likely close to immune to the effects of common drugstore products.

A professional can not only treat your infestation, they can also identify issues that have come about as a result of said infestation. Termite damage, entry points for rodents, and electrical, plumbing, or structural damage can be spotted by a skilled pest control professional. Learn about our services for crawlspace restoration, duct repair, and vapor barrier, sump pump, and french drain installation.

A local pest control specialist knows not just how to control your pest issue. They will also have specific experience dealing with pests in your area, in homes similar to yours.

Wildwoods has served Multnomah County residential communities for several years and can create timely and effective solutions to all your pest control issues. Contact Wildwoods today if you are experiencing a pest control issue. Visit our Cockroach, Ant, Rodent, and Termite Control pages to learn more about our methods.

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