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, remarkable service while protecting our community from the harmful effects of pests. If ants, mice, termites, spiders, or any other pest found are causing you stress and concern, our team of professional exterminators will get rid of all your insect and rodent problems today.
Pest Control Services For Your Nashville Home
Our home pest control services include Perimeter Plus Pest Control - designed to keep pests out of your home, off of your property, and away from your family and pets throughout the year. Our Perimeter Plus Pest Control includes thorough exterior treatments, coverage for over 47 common pests, interior services (as needed at no additional cost), and no annual contracts. As added protection, we offer the All-For-One bundle which includes the same coverage as the regular Perimeter Plus Pest Control services along with termite coverage and treatment for five difficult-to-eliminate OUTDOOR pests: mosquitoes, flies, Japanese beetles, spiders, and box elder bugs. If you noticed mice scurrying across your kitchen floor or roaches crawling in your bathroom, we're here to help!
Green Pest Control Services
For home and business owners in Nashville, All-American Pest Control offers our effective and environmentally-friendly green pest control services. Our Green Pest Control uses Essentria, a plant oil that helps to get rid of problem insects while posing no threat to people, pets, birds, and fish. It's just as effective as our regular Perimeter Pest program, but with an all-natural, botanical base. Contact our Nashville office to learn more about our Green Pest Control service to eliminate all of your pesky pests.
Termite Control In Middle TN
By far, the most destructive insect found in Nashville and throughout Middle Tennessee is the eastern subterranean termite, costing home and business owners in the United States billions of dollars in property damage each year. While termites do not bite or carry disease, their insatiable hunger for wood, leaves, and other cellulose-based items can cause severe damage to your home’s structure. These social insects live in colonies of up to 500,000 insects, eating away at the wooden structure of your home while building tunnels and nests for their colonies. Signs of termite activity are:
Swarming termites (Learn more about this phenomenon)
Tiny holes in wood surfaces
Sagging window and door frames
Mud tubes running along foundations and in basements
Crumbling plaster or drywall
Floors and ceiling appearing “squishy”