Perimeter Pest Control: Why Year Round Service Is Best

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If you rewind a few years back, pest control services were more reactive meaning that people would wait for a pest infestation then call in the pest control professionals to come in for an extermination. But today, we have found that a much more effective approach to pest control is working to prevent pests before they have the opportunity to infest your Nashville home. This means year round pest control services to help protect your home from 47 different species of common Middle TN pests. What pests are we talking about? Here are a few covered under our Perimeter Pest Control program for TN homes:

  • Ants

  • Fleas

  • Flies

  • Food Infesting Pests

  • Mice

  • Moths

  • Rats

  • Roaches

  • Silverfish

  • Wasps

It is quite possible that you have experienced one or more of these pests in your home, which is a good indicator of just how important year round pest control services are. Whether it’s in the middle of a hot summer day and you have ants the kitchen or if it’s a cold winter night and you hear rodents running through your walls, there is no season in which pests are not a problem.

So why not protect your home from these pests before they have the chance to take over? After all, there are many pests that are a danger to your home and your health such as food contamination and the spread of bacteria from roaches, or damage to the structure of your home from rodents, and the painful stings of wasps and other stinging insects. None of these pests need to be a part of your everyday life, nor should they be.

Protecting homes in NashvilleFranklin and Brentwood as well as throughout Middle TN, our home pest control services are the ideal solution to your pest problems. Simply contact us today to learn more and to get started in maintaining a pest free home!

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