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Why is Pest Control Important?

Pests can be a major health issue, carrying thousands of diseases that are hard to detect until it’s too late. Public health officials use three things to determine the quality of life of an individual.  These quality of life benchmarks include access to pharmaceuticals, sanitation standards and pest control. Rat infestations affect thousands of homes each year.  More than 45,000 people are bitten each year by these pests. They can also chew on wires resulting in major fire and electrical hazards for occupants of your home. Termites can damage the structure of a home within a matter of days if not taken care of in a timely manner.

The American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology estimates more than two million Americans suffer from allergic reactions due to insects. The major problem with insect bites is that they are not as easily detectable due to their small size. Once they enter a home, it could take multiple treatments to weed out each and every one of them. This is why we believe that good pest control kills bugs, but it should also be used as a preventative measure.  This will prevent pests from entering your home in the first place.

Signs You Might Need an Exterminator

Due to their microscopic size, it can be very hard to check for pests until it’s too late. Here are a few signs you might need a bug control professional:

  • Gnawed or chewed wires or furniture
  • Insects in your house during the daytime
  • Evidence of an infestation such as grease marks or excrement
  • Odd smells

In addition to this, insects also tend to show up during colder weather or during when there is excess moisture. Even if the signs aren’t evident, it is always a good idea to get your home checked to make sure there aren’t pests that might overrun your home.

Memphis Pest Control Treatments Offered Include:

Spiders

With over 3,000 species of spiders in the United States, these pests are a major concern to any homeowner.  All-State Pest & Lawn can help you identify and exterminate the problem.  Common spider species in our area include:

  • Black Widow
  • Brown Recluse
  • Hobo Spider
  • Jumping Spider
  • Common Household Spider
  • Wolf Spider
Crickets

The Camel cricket is one of the most common pests in our area. Typically found in moist environments, they pose no real harm to humans. However, they become a serious nuisance if they find their way inside your home. We can help eliminate these pests and help prevent future infestations.

Ants

There are more than 700 types of ants found in the United States.  If you find the ants marching into your home, you should contact All-State Pest and Lawn immediately.  Ants can cause property damage and can pose a health risk to children and adults.  All-State Pest and Lawn can treat many species of ants including:

  • Carpenter Ants
  • Little Black Ants
  • Odorous House Ants
  • Pavement Ants
  • Fire Ants
Roaches

Cockroaches are one of the pests that make all homeowners squirm.  An infestation of roaches cause a major health risk.  They are known to cause allergic reactions and can trigger asthma attacks in children.  Roaches also spread bacteria including E. Coli and Salmonella.  All-State Pest and Lawn can help protect your family from these pests.  Simply contact us today to get started.

Silverfish

The Silverfish is a wingless insect that is normally found in humid, moist areas in your home. Their favorite places to hide out include the bathroom, basements and attics. Silverfish like to munch on paper, glue, clothing and food items like flour and oats. They can cause serious damage to your home and pose health risks to your family. If you suspect you have a Silverfish infestation, give us a call to discuss how we can help protect you and your family.

Fleas and Ticks

All-State Pest and Lawn can help you with your flea and tick infestations. These pests transmit many types of diseases and can cause major health risks to your family and pets. All-State Pest and Lawn can assist you in creating a plan to exterminate these pest and protect your family.


Call All-State Pest and Lawn at 901-757-9111 Today!

Why Choose Us For Your Pest Control Needs?

Founded in 1943, All-State Pest and Lawn has been working in the Memphis area. We have set a benchmark for professional pest control service that is very hard to match. Whether it’s mowing the lawn, pest control or checking for termite infestations, we do our job at the peak performance level.

Pest control is a sensitive task. All of our licensed pest control professionals go through several months of training before they are allowed to work in your home or yard. We believe in communication between the client and our technicians. Before beginning work, a consultation is done to understand your requirements and what you expect of us.

Our philosophy is “Your problem is NO problem”. Our job isn’t done until we are sure there will be no further infestations. Your home is our responsibility!

Call 901.584.0083 or contact us now to learn how your problem is no problem when All-State Pest and Lawn is on your team.

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