Infested? We Can Help!
When pests and rodents feel the temperatures dropping, they begin looking for a place to spend the cooler months. Unfortunately, our home turns into their home as well. As a new season approaches homeowners usually take the opportunity to clean, switching clothing, place items in the attic and prepare for the new season ahead. During this time, it is also a great time to look for any pest infestations. Depending upon the pest, there are certain signs of a pest infestation. Infestations can be anywhere, so do not be embarrassed if you have an infestation give us a call.
We perform crack and crevice treatment, meaning "we do not leave any stone unturned", we check all cabinets and walls for infestation. We will flush out all voids and living areas, and finally apply a long term residual to eliminate any recurrence.
Las Vegas Common Pest Infestations
- Cockroaches. There are various types of roaches in Las Vegas and all of them multiply within weeks. If you see signs of cockroach infestation give us a call immediately before they take over your house.
- Bed Bugs. These tiny pesky insects are a big problem when they enter your house. They can multiply in days and really become an issue if not eliminated quickly. If you see signs of bed bugs give us a call and we will do everything we can to eliminate the issue.
- Scorpions. Las Vegas is known have scorpions in most backyards throughout the valley especially if there are palm trees near by. Scorpions can be very dangerous around small children, give us a call today and we take care of this for you.
- Bees. Beehives are a common issue throughout the Vegas Valley. Bees will build hives on playgrounds, houses and even your trees. If you see a swarm of bees please do not try to get rid of this on your own. Call Top Line Pest Eliminators.
Signs of a Pest Infestation:
- Droppings. Rodents are not the only ones to leave behind droppings, but cockroaches too. Droppings are often found in cupboards, under appliances, behind boxes and other hidden locations where pests can be secretive. Be mindful of rodent droppings and the dangers of cleaning up.
- Entry Points. Mice only need an entry point the size of a dime to get inside, whereas a rat needs a quarter size entry point. Entry points can be found around pipes, electrical/air conditioner areas, vent areas along with many other areas. Allow a pest control company to inspect your home looking for entry points to prevent rodent and pest entry – stop them from coming inside with exclusion.
- Gnawed Items. Rodents are constantly gnawing on items from wires, boxes, packaging to keep their teeth short. Electrical shorts or visible damaged wires are a sign of rodents and should be taken care of immediately to avoid a fire. If you find evidence of shredding or nibbled food packing, throw away and use airtight glass or plastic containers to prevent a future infestation.
- Nests/Nesting materials. Rodents and larger pests will use almost anything from paper, insulation, fabric, organic matter to build a nest. Rodents and wildlife seek shelter behind/under/ in appliances, cabinets, drawers, wall voids, ceilings and other undisturbed areas. If you happen to come across a nest or nesting material do not remove, contact a rodent removal company to properly dispose of.
- Wings or carcasses. Many insects will shed their wings or shed their carcasses like carpenter ants, roaches, bed bugs, termites and many more. These items can be found in multiple locations or concentrated in one area. This could be the first sign of an infestation and should be inspected right away.
- Dried blood spots. Bed bugs feces are tiny blood spots left behind after bed bugs feed on their victim’s blood. These dark brown/black spots are found where bed bugs often hide around mattress seams, bedding, behind picture frames and furniture. Bed bugs can be very difficult to eliminate, contact your bed bug removal company immediately to prevent them from spreading and getting worse.
Do you have signs of a Infestation? Give us a call today!
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