Protect Your Home Or Business With All-American Pest Control
As a local, family-owned and operated pest control company, we strive to deliver reliable and remarkable service to protect our community from the harmful effects of pest activity. If ants, mice, termites, spiders, or some other Nashville, Tennessee pest is causing you stress, our team of service professionals can help resolve your pest problem.
Pest Control Services For Your Nashville Home
Perimeter Plus Pest Control is the core of our residential pest control service. Our goal is to stop pests "before" they get into your home, and that is exactly what Perimeter Plus does. With this pest control plan, your service professional will do three passes around your home. The first pass is an inspection of your exterior to identify possible entry points and areas that are conducive for pest activity. The second pass is a perimeter application that works to address pests that crawl and fly. The third pass is a misting application designed to specifically control mosquitoes. Together, these three passes work to give you the protection you need to prevent more than 47 common Tennessee pests from impacting your health and harming your property. If you're dealing with pests inside your home right now, or if pests ever find their way in, this service comes with interior service as well.
For added protection, we offer All-For-One Advantage and All-For-One Complete Care, which include the same coverage as Perimeter Plus Pest Control but with proactive protection from subterranean termites and yard treatments for five difficult-to-eliminate outdoor pests.
Green Pest Control Services
For home and business owners in Nashville who are looking for an organic pest control option, we offer Green Choice Pest Control. This service uses borate-based products and materials like Essentria™, which contains rosemary oil, peppermint oil, and other natural botanical active ingredients. If green pest control is important to you, contact our Nashville office to learn more about Green Choice Pest Control and how it can work to eliminate and manage over 47 common pests around, and inside, your Nashville home or business.
Did you know that a spider can lay more than 300 eggs in its web? If you have webs on the exterior of your home, you have the potential for hundreds (or even thousands) of spiders to emerge. Spraying your exterior in an attempt to kill spiders is just not the best way to deal with them. That is why we have added spider web removal to our pest control services. Our service team members use a long pole to get spider webs in hard-to-reach places. This removes eggs from your exterior and prevents all of those little spiders from hatching.
Are you aware that subterranean termites feed almost exclusively on the inside of wood, and that they can damage a home for years without being detected? This makes it hard to treat them. Pest control companies that inject termiticides into walls must remove outlet covers or drill holes to get that product in there. Our service team installs the Sentricon® System with Always Active™. This amazing, award-winning termite colony elimination system uses the natural behavior patterns of worker termites against the colony that sent them.
The worker termites that are in your walls go in and out of your home. As they go out, some of them will continue to look for food sources. When they do, they find the bait stations with the Sentricon® bait. They feed on the bait and share the active ingredient with the other termites in their colony. This works to eliminate the colony. No more colony, no more termite damage. Green pest control doesn't just address the symptoms of a pest problem. It is often a permanent solution that stops the pest problem at its source.
When it comes to protecting a home from dangerous pests, like mosquitoes, ticks, etc. It is sometimes necessary to use mists and granules to achieve the level of control necessary to reduce the threat of illness. We mix traditional treatments with green pest control to find the right balance to ensure the protection of health and property. We also work with our customers to find the right balance for their specific needs. Some folks are more sensitive to the use of pest control products. In these cases, we select botanical solutions, or apply essential oils to solve issues. In all cases, we seek to provide the highest level of control with the least amount of chemicals.
We're Ready To Help
Call Our Office or Fill Out The Form to Schedule Service Now
Termite Control In Middle TN
Termites are by far the most destructive insects found in Nashville and throughout Middle Tennessee. While termites do not bite or carry diseases like many other pests, these wood-destroying organisms nevertheless cost home and business owners across the nation billions of dollars every year in property damage.
Termite workers are always searching for food to feed their colonies. This food comes in the form of cellulose - unfortunately, cellulose is abundantly available in the wood that makes up your home’s walls, beams, and foundations.
Termites are social insects that live in colonies that can grow into hundreds of thousands of individuals - enough to overrun any home they find nearby.
If you want to protect your home from termites, the most important step is becoming aware of the telltale signs of termite infestation so that you can call for help as quickly as possible if you spot them. Detection is key to termite damage prevention, so keep a lookout for these common warning signs:
Swarming termites (Learn more about this phenomenon).
Discarded wings of termite swarmers.
Mud tubes on foundation walls and in basements.
Timbers that sound hollow.
Windows and doors that don't open and close properly.
Floors that feel “squishy” underfoot.
Keep in mind that termite damage doesn’t happen all at once but rather slowly over the years, underground and out-of-sight. Many people do not become aware they have an infestation until after significant damage has already occurred. If you want to protect your home, it’s not enough to be reactive - you have to be proactive with a year-round termite protection program in place.
If you need termite protection today to protect you for tomorrow, look no further than All-American Pest Control.
At All-American Pest Control, we stop termites in their tracks with the Sentricon® System with Always Active™. This state-of-the-art termite-control solution employs a 3-step process of detection, baiting, and elimination to protect properties from infestation 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Subterranean termites never stop. Neither should your termite control. Get protected and stay protected with Sentricon® with Always Active™.
When it comes to protecting your equity from the threat of subterranean termites, you can trust the professionals at All-American Pest Control. We are a Certified Sentricon® with Always Active™ Installer for the Nashville area. Reach out to us today for immediate assistance.
Why Nashville Rodent Control Is Worth It
Of all the critters that can get into your home, mice and rats are some of the absolute worst to have around. These common home invaders can get into your home using even the smallest of entry points, able to squeeze into holes no bigger than a dime in diameter. And if they can’t find a pre-existing hole to use, they’ll just chew their own.
- Common entry points for rodents in Nashville homes include:
- Holes in walls and siding
- Gaps in weatherstripping
- Holes around pipes or wire conduit
- Holes in the soleplate of a home
- Damaged door sweeps
- Holes in window and door frames
- Gaps around window and door frames
- Damaged screens
Once a rodent has gotten into your home, it can be very difficult to remove. DIY efforts can be difficult and ineffective, and carry a number of potential downsides. And when a rat or mouse gets into your home, keep in mind that it’s also bringing any parasites on its fur inside with it, including ticks, flees, and more. That’s why the better option is always to contact a professional pest control provider for help when rodents rear their ugly heads.
With so much at stake, it’s important to be able to recognize any signs of rodent infestation present in your home as quickly as possible so that you can call a professional to resolve the problem. Here are som common warning signs to watch for around your home:
- Droppings, small brown or black objects about the shape and size of a grain of rice. These are usually found close to rodent food sources such as in the kitchen in the pantry or under the sink, or around insulation in the attic.
- Along with droppings, mice and rats urinate all over the places they nest, and the smell can become overwhelming. If you’ve noticed a strong odor originating from somewhere in the house, rodents could be the cause.
- Small, matted down nests composed of soft materials found around your home such as insulation, wallpaper, cardboard, cotton, or furniture stuffing. Finding ruined furniture around your home that looks like it’s been chewed into could indicate an infestation.
- Sounds of mice, especially at night. Rodents are primarily nocturnal, and in the event of a severe infestation, homeowners can often hear them scurrying about on the floors or inside their walls at night.
- Chew marks on walls, floors, and furniture. Rodent teeth never stop growing, causing them to continually chew on anything they find in order to file them down, so finding signs of their gnawing means that they’re probably still in the area.
- Rub marks on walls and baseboards from the grease on the back of rodent fur.
- Holes in baseboards, sheetrock, and food packaging leftover from a rodent’s attempts to get into them.
Due to the difficulty of removing a rodent infestation once it starts, the best move to protect your home is to have a professional on your side. In Nashville, your best bet for rodent elimination is All-American Pest Control.
At All-American Pest Control, we have the tools and experience you need to keep your home rodent free both today and into the future. Our rodent control services can save you time, money, and a lot of headaches - contact us today for more information.