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Here in the south, every good hunter knows that there are many variables that go into catching the big buck. It depends on the weather, food sources, and the surroundings of the area. Well, believe it or not, this philosophy is the same when it comes to pest control. Here at Bug Hunters, we tailor our service in order to best meet your home's specific needs. We use an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to pest control. IPM is a program in where the technician and customer work together to elimate sources and create a plan where we make the enviornment less attractive to pests; minimizing the amount of pesticide needed for control. We also rotate out pesticides to better insure pests will not build up a tolerance to treatments. These actions, in-turn, allow us to better insure that our customers are getting the best results.
Bug Hunters also traps and removes nuisance animals. We offer preventative exclusions services including birds, bats and squirrels. Give us a call today for a free quote or to voice any questions or concerns you may have.
Bug Hunters has the experience and knowledge to HUNT and destroy the pests that BUG you!
The most common types of roaches are the American Roach, Oriental Roach, Brown Banded Roach, Smokey Brown Roach and the dreaded German Roach. German roaches are most common inside houses,
restaurants & hotels. All it takes is bringing in one roach or capsule and in a short time you have an infestation.
Currently there are 168 species in Alabama. Ants can nest anywhere inside or outside of your home. Trying to control ants on your own can prove
difficult. Most products only kill the ants you see and different species of ants require different types of treatments. If you're frustrated trying to stop the tenacious ant. Give us a call!
Fleas feed on humans and other warm blooded animals. When you have a flea problem you and your pets can suffer in may ways like severe itching. Fleas shoiuld be controlled at every stage of their life cycle. With our program we use growth regulator products in conjuction with liquid insecticide. You should begin by dusting,
sweeping, vacuuming, & mopping all surfaces where pets have been, then give us a call, we'll do the rest!
Termites cause billions of dollars in damage each year. They primarily feed on wood, but also damage paper, books, insulation, and even swimming pool liners and filtration systems. In the Spring is usually
when you see the winged termites, known as "swarmers" inside your home, but you should be on the look out year round. We have the equipment and expertise to treat,
prevent and protect your home. Call for an estimate today!
There are approximately 38,000 known species of spiders. Spiders have eight legs, two body region, no wings or antennae. Spiders like to hide in places like basements, crawl spaces, upper corners of walls and attics & anywhere it's dark. You should locate the types of hiding spots that are preferred by spiders and remove those spots. This will help eliminate potentially dangerous spiders, such as the black widow and the brown recluse.
Mice have a pointed snout, small rounded ears. Mice usually come into your home looking for food, water and warmth.
They can squeeze in through tight gaps and biting through obstacles with their strong teeth. Mice can contaminate your home and food source much more quickly than it can consume that food.
Rats do not like changes to their environment, including rat control measures such as traps and bait, They live in attics, under concrete and porches, in wall voids and other tight each places. Rats can harbor and transmit a number of serious diseases. They can also transfer parasites such as fleas and ticks into your home.
If you have a bed bug infestation, it's best to catch it early before the infestation becomes established. Do you have bed bugs? Here are some things to look for: When cleaning, changing bedding, or staying away from home, look for Rusty or reddish stains on bed sheets or mattresses. Dark spots, which are bed bug excrement and may bleed on the fabric like a marker would.