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Household Pest Control and Management in Northeastern North Carolina

Pest ControlIntegrated Pest Management

Pestar's state registered pest management professional will evaluate your home or business to determine your pest control needs, identify potential problem areas, and make recommendations using Integrated Pest Management or IPM.

IPM is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on reduced volumes of materials used inside your home or business.

IPM is also a combination of commensense practices that use current comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interactions with the enviroment.

Pestar practices using IPM by first monitoring your pest problem then by coming up with an enviromentally safe treatment method. we prefer using baits and traps before using liquid treatments.

We Specialize in All Types of Household Pests Including:

Perimeter Defense - How You Can Help

The homeowner taking care of minor things around the house can help to solve many perimeter pest control problems. make sure your trash is in a can with a secure lid. Keep your gutters clean and have the downspouts facing away from the foundation wall. you can trim overgrown shrubs that are in contact with your homes exterior siding. keep tree limbs from hanging over and touching your porch or roof.

If your pest problem is more than you can handle, let our trained pest management professional do what they does best. There are many effective treatments that we can implement in these situations. With the use of granules and micro encapsulated insecticides that can endure severe weather conditions, your problems will soon be over.

Our pest management professionals will always provide you with the courteous and efficient service you deserve by treating your home, family, and pets as they would their own.

Serving North Carolina: Elizabeth City, Hertford, Edenton, Williamston, Outer Banks, Camden, Currituck, Gates, Dare, Pasquotank

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