Hurd's Pest Control
Protecting your home from unwanted guests
A Team of Reliable Pest Control Professionals
Hurd’s Pest Control pledges to provide customers with quality service, integrity, and respect. Our main goal is to safely and effectively deliver pest control services to our trusting customers so they can enjoy a pest free home. With over ten years of industry experience we believe in providing thorough services.
Tailored solutions to your unique climate and pest issues.
Humane & Eco Friendly
Our pest control services are designed to be humane and eco-friendly, utilizing sustainable methods that prioritize the safety and well-being of both humans and the environment.
Our pest control services are priced affordably without compromising on the quality and effectiveness of the treatments.
We promise quality service, integrity, and respect at Hurd’s Pest Control. Our goal is to deliver safe and effective pest control solutions to keep our clients’ homes pest-free. With 10+ years of experience, we provide comprehensive services.
We'll handle the pests, you enjoy your home
Our state-of-the-art pest control products and technologies guarantee the eradication of all types of pests. Our team of experts employs a colony-level treatment approach and utilizes climate and weather patterns to predict and prevent local pest behavior. With our service purchasing options, getting rid of your pest problem has never been simpler.
You can be at ease knowing that we'll eradicate your pest problem and ensure it remains eradicated. In the rare event that pests return during the treatment period, we'll come back at no extra charge to you.
Comprehensive Pest Control Solutions
Hire us for our expertise, professionalism, and effective solutions to ensure a pest-free environment for your home or business.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Presence of droppings or urine stains: Finding small droppings or urine stains in areas such as kitchen cabinets, attics, or basements can indicate the presence of pests.
- Gnaw marks: Damaged furniture, wires, or chewed-through packaging are signs of rodents or other chewing pests.
- Strange sounds or odors: Hearing scratching noises or noticing unusual odors, particularly in hidden areas like wall voids, may indicate the presence of pests.
- Visible pests: Spotting live insects, rodents, or other pests in your home or business is a clear sign of an infestation.
- Property damage: Structural damage, such as holes in walls, damaged insulation, or nests, can indicate a pest problem.
- Seal cracks and openings: Inspect your property for any gaps or cracks in walls, windows, doors, and foundations. Seal them with caulk or appropriate sealants to deny pests entry points.
- Maintain cleanliness: Regularly clean and declutter your property, especially in areas such as kitchens, pantries, and storage spaces, as pests are attracted to food sources and clutter.
- Proper waste management: Dispose of garbage regularly and ensure trash cans have tightly fitting lids. Clean trash and recycling containers frequently to minimize attractants.
- Secure exterior openings: Install screens on windows and doors to prevent pests from entering. Repair any damaged screens or gaps around them.
- Landscaping and vegetation control: Trim tree branches, shrubs, and bushes away from the building to eliminate pathways pests can use to access your property.
- Integrated Pest Management (IPM): This holistic approach combines multiple strategies such as identification, prevention, and targeted treatments to manage pests effectively with minimal environmental impact.
- Chemical treatments: Professional pest control services may use pesticides or insecticides targeted specifically for the pest species. These treatments are usually applied by trained professionals to ensure safety and effectiveness.
- Traps and baits: For certain pests, such as rodents or insects, traps and baits can be an effective method. Examples include snap traps for mice, glue traps for insects, or bait stations for ants or cockroaches.
- Exclusion techniques: This involves sealing off entry points and blocking access to pests. It can include measures like installing door sweeps, sealing cracks, or adding barriers to prevent pests from entering.
- Habitat modification: By altering the environment to make it less appealing to pests, you can discourage their presence. This may involve removing food sources, reducing moisture, or implementing specific landscaping practices.