Speciality Pest Control
If you have a pest problem, we’ll be there. Our technicians are trained to deal with anything: mosquitos, roaches, termites; you name it. We know how they operate, how to get rid of them, and how to keep them from coming back.
What Do You Need Help With?
You’re in luck, because mosquitos are one of our specialties. Controlling mosquitos can be difficult. And mosquitos can keep you from fully enjoying your property. From automatic misting systems to fogging treatments for special events, Green Army can help control this pest in a way that works for you.
Have you heard or found evidence of rodents in your attic, basement, or garage? Rodents carry diseases, including rabies, as well as mites, lice, and fleas, which can compound your pest problems. We have the expertise to quickly identify the type and extent of your rodent problem, and resolve it fast using environmentally responsible techniques. When we’re done, we sanitize the area of the infestation and identify what led to your rodent issue in the first place so we can take preventive steps against future infestations.
Almost any kind of roach you will find in your home is covered in our pest plan. Getting rid of roaches requires a multipronged attack that includes using baits, finding and eliminating entry points, controlling outdoor populations, and eliminating and treating habitats and food sources. Our trained specialists are quick to locate the source of your roach problem, whether it be a damp area in your boiler room, a woodpile, or something else.
Outdoor Ants & Fire Ants
If you find ants in your home, we’ve got you covered. Ants are versatile in their ability to climb most surfaces and nest almost anywhere. Once a single ant gets into your home and finds a food source, you can be sure that more will follow. They leave a scented trail behind them that tells other ants where the food is. An infestation develops quickly. Dealing with an ant infestation can be a continuous battle requiring multiple treatments and may require hunting down and treating the nest.
Most kinds of spiders you see around your home are covered under your Green Army pest protection plan. Spiders often live in odd corners inside your home, garage, or basement. Keeping them at bay often requires controlling the population of insects they feed on and sealing entry points. Spiders are one of those pests that often require continual treatment.
You probably have a flea problem if your pet is scratching excessively or if someone in your family begins to notice small bites on their extremities. You should promptly hire a professional to take care of them quickly because fleas are known to carry and transmit several diseases. Getting rid of a serious flea infestation can require multiple treatments, so it’s best to start the process as soon as possible. Green Army has the professionalism and knowledge to quickly solve your flea problem.
Racoons, squirrels, opossums, armadillos, and more: Green Army knows how to get rid of wildlife safely and quickly. When we trap animals, we keep their safety and welfare in mind while getting them away from your home quickly. We also advise you concerning what preventive steps to take so they won’t return.
You should have your home inspected for termites if you’ve seen small mud tubes or hollow wood in or around your home, you’ve identified termites on your property, or your neighbor has had to get termite treatments. Often, a termite infestation won’t be apparent until it has caused significant structural damage to your home. It’s estimated that termites cause over $5 billion in property damage each year. Getting rid of termites is not something you can do yourself. If they’re disturbed without professional treatment, they’ll just move somewhere else nearby. Green Army has the knowledge and professionalism to take care of the problem the right way.
Bees, Wasps, Yellow Jackets, and Hornets
When you notice that wasps, hornets, or yellow jackets have established a hive near your home, it’s important to take action. These insects can be very territorial and will take up residence in chimneys, on fences, under roofs, in attics, and in other places you don’t want them to take over. There are plenty of ways to deal with them that you can find online, but it’s better to hire a professional in order to avoid being stung and to make sure the hive is completely removed (if it’s not, it’s likely that more of the insect in question will move in).
German cockroaches are arguably the most difficult specialties of roach to eliminate once they infest your home. They are smaller than other species, reproduce rapidly, and are highly resilient. Where you might be able to combat american or other roach species with over the counter products, german roaches should be treated quickly by a professional. German roaches spread diseases and can cause allergies that result in rashes and asthma attacks.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are mouse and cockroach allergens?
Mice and cockroaches are relatively common allergy triggers, and people often don’t realize that one of these is the source of their problem. The allergens can come from particles of anything these pests leave behind, including skin cells, dander, and excrement. These particles are mixed in with household dust and can be found on fabrics, cardboard, carpeting, and even food. The most common misconception about these allergens is that it’s necessary to have an infestation of mice or cockroaches before they can be the source of your allergies.
How much should I expect to pay for Green Army Pest services?
Our services are tailored to your needs. We want to offer you treatment options that specifically meet your expectations and the needs of your property. We also take budget into account, and certain plans may be better for your budget. Contact Green Army today so we can start discussing which plan is right for you.
What do German Roaches look like?
German roaches are usually found indoors and are light brown or tan with two black horizontal stripes behind the head. Another sign of german roaches is their droppings which are small, almost black flecks that look like ground ground pepper.