Fire ants are another huge problem along the Gulf coast. Individual mound treatments do not work. We will treat the mounds that exist as well as applying a whole yard treatment that will kill foraging ants and prevent any new mounds from appearing. Our treatment shows results in hours, not days or weeks.
Kalson Pest Control can eliminate and control any roach infestations. We will use proven treatments from baits, dusts, or non-repellents to eradicate your problem. Along with the occasional invader such as the American roach, another major pest issue that can occur inside your home is a the German roach infestation.
A word of advice; Inexperienced technicians can either make the problem worse or not solve the issue. In order to eradicate a German roach population, you need to treat where they live and hide and that isn't just on a cabinet hinge or behind the light switch cover. If a pest control 'professional' is at your home for 15 minutes to do the first service for German roaches, then you just paid them to make your problem worse. When you call out someone to inspect and give a quote, ask them to show you where they are finding evidence and what methods are going to be used to solve the problem. At Kalson, the technician giving you the quote, will be the same person doing the treatment so you will know exactly what results to expect.
Roaches, ants and other pests
The German roach, as with any type of roach, carry and spread germs and bacteria throughout your living space. They crawl across your plates, cups, pots, and eating utensils leaving excrement behind. In bathrooms, they eat leftover toothpaste stuck in your toothbrush. In your bedroom they hide out in your nightstands and bed rails waiting for a crumb to fall from that sandwich you just brought to the bed. If you are seeing any signs of roaches you need to call immediately. Seeing one or two roaches in the kitchen or bathroom is usually a sign that there is a future infestation waiting to happen.
If you try to kill ants by spraying them with an over-the-counter spray, usually you create a bigger problem. While you kill the ones you see, in a week or so, because of 'colony stress' there will be multiple areas where the ants will appear through out your entire home.
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Trying to save money? Bug 'bombs' and over-the-counter sprays will kill a few roaches but the hundreds that are left will be forced to move out from the confined areas to infest the entire home.
What can I expect with a roach treatment?