Handling Gresham’s Most Common Pests

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Wildwoods Pest Control_Handling Gresham's Most Common Pests

Gresham may be one of the more charming cities in the Willamette Valley, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t see their fair share of pests. Gresham’s winding residential areas, with its quiet culdesacs, closely cropped lawns and sprawling ranch houses and split levels awakens a nostalgia for mid-century design. These suburban neighborhoods might not have the antique appeal of some of the more venerable city areas, but they still have the retro credentials that make them prime candidates for Gresham’s common pest infestations.

The exaggerated eaves of a mid-century ranch home offer a perfect hideout for bee hives, wasps and hornet nests. The elaborate interior woodworking and paneling, popular in mid-century design, are excellent (especially if they are original) termite sanctuaries, and the high stone walls that are the hallmark of the neighborly backyard (high fences make good neighbors!) give rodents and wildlife cover from predators.

Nasty nuisances like carpenter ants marching to and from the untouchable corners of your home and generations of cockroaches scattering at the hint of illumination are all manageable if you have the right plan of attack. The first step to any successful extermination process is choosing the right professional to guide you safely and completely in wiping out your pest problem. Contact our team of Gresham pest control specialists to create an effective, long-term plan to keep the pests out of those gorgeous mid-century marvels and keep home values on the incline!

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Categories: Bees, Carpenter Ants, Cockroaches, Gresham Pest Control, Pest Control, pest removal services, Wasps

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