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Residential Pest Control

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Delaware Pest Control.com, Inc. has been successfully and responsibly treating homes, town homes and condominiums for over 30 years. We will accommodate your busy schedule, and understand your need for quick pest control and extermination services. We complete the job by responding to your urgent needs quickly, and get out of your way with minimal interruption.

HOW WE CAN BE OF SERVICE:

As budgets are tight, we created a comprehensive cost system and formulated pricing program to address that requirement.

  • We are well versed in the IPM philosophy, using the minimum quantity of product(s) necessary to control the target pest(s). This ensures there is minimal environmental effect, while relying on a firm product and treatment specifications.
  • Using products of the highest quality that are specifically designed for the target pest(s), we only use products produced by major, knowledgeable corporations well versed in the pest control industry.
  • We are not just reactive. At your instruction, we will design a proactive prevention program.
  • At Delaware Pest Control, we know how to listen, so we only do what you want us to do.
  • ALL technicians are professional and State certified!

How to keep pests out of your home

Outside

  • As seeds attract rodents, be sure to keep bird feeders away from your house.
  • To deter termites, use treated mulch. As an alternative, select pine bark mulch. This has lignin in it that discourages termites.
  • Be proactive. Dispose of any discarded pieces of wood from under your house, deck, or crawl spaces.
  • Store firewood away from your home, not leaning against it.
  • To remove shelter for insects, maintain shrubs or bushes away from the edges of your house. This helps restrict air flow, preventing moisture problems that may attract pests.
  • Diseased plants and rotted fruit from trees or bushes attract pests, dispose of these immediately.
  • Rake and remove leaves.
  • To prevent flies and other pests, clean up pet droppings in your yard.
  • Guard against flying pests, install screens on floor drains, windows, heating and air conditioning vents.
  • Check around windows and doors, and use weather stripping to seal openings.

Inside

  • As pet food left in the garage attracts mice or other pests, make sure to use sealed containers.
  • Maintain and clean around air vents.
  • Remove opportunities for pests to hide or find food by tidying up your house.
  • Using a cleaner that has a disinfectant or bleach component, clean baseboards, corners, and high points in cabinets and closets. Be sure to seal openings if possible.
  • Exclusion. Seal and close openings along the walls of your home.
  • Maintain branches from trees that touch or hang over your home. They assist in providing access points to your attic where squirrels, bats, or other pests may find a way in.
  • Store garbage in sealed bags, and empty frequently.
  • Eliminate food and shelter sources. Do not store newspapers, paper bags, or boxes for an extended time.
  • Prior to bringing new packages or sealed food into your home, inspect the new containers for pests.
  • To reduce moisture in crawl spaces, increase ventilation areas.

If all else fails…