Pest Control Issues All Vancouver Homeowners Face

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Monday, August 28, 2017


In gorgeous Vancouver Washington, home owners face a variety of invasive pests. The city’s architectural diversity, which makes Vancouver so charming, also contributes to the array of pet control issues that can arise for homeowners from Hazel Dell to Bennington. When these common issues arise, call Wildwoods to secure your home once again from insects and rodents that can do permanent damage and hurt the value of your home.

Roaches are famous for their resilience against traditional methods of extermination and they can be found in all populous areas of Vancouver. Even rural areas of Vancouver can fall victim to cockroach invasions. First and foremost, the affected areas should be cleaned as deeply as possible, but it’s almost impossible to be truly rid of a roach infestation without the services of an experienced pest control professional.

Termites are another common pest found in Vancouver homes, especially in older homes, farmhouses, and cabins. When more vulnerable homes suffer termite damage, they can lose value and become unsafe. Similarly, carpenter ants can quickly go from annoyance to full-blown assault, raiding your home’s dry goods, toiletries, and personal spaces. At the first sign of an ant attack, your smartest action is to contact a local pest control specialist.

Wildwoods is your trusted Vancouver Pest Control specialist. Contact us first when pests strike and we will protect your home from the unwanted pests.

At Wildwoods Pest Control, we employ an approach to pest control called “Integrated Pest Management,” we believe that each home should be treated differently because each home is unique. Vancouver’s many varied neighborhoods each have specific needs and vulnerabilities. Wildwoods has served Vancouver area communities for several years and can create timely and effective extermination solutions to all your rodent issues. Call us at 971.219.6681 today for an evaluation.

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