Murrieta Pest Control

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    Payne Pest Management possesses over 30 years of experience. We help homeowners and commercial property owners protect their investment by detecting and treating pest problems.

    We use a wide range of methods, from fumigation to heat treatment to eliminate insects, rodents, birds, and other animals that find their way into your home. We even offer specials to help you save money on our services!

    While calling a Murrieta pest control professional should be a priority if you notice a pest infestation in your home, your best line of defense remains to be proactive. You can do a few things to keep pests away from your home and prevent an infestation from getting worse.

    You can encounter a wide range of pests in the Murrieta area. Squirrels, rats, and mice are some of the most common rodents. When it comes to bugs, homeowners might run into termites, cockroaches, silverfishes, or bed bugs.

    All these animals have a few things in common. They find their way into homes because they’re looking for food, water, and shelter.

    The best way to protect your home is to take these three things away. You can limit access to food sources by keeping your home clean, placing rocks on top of your garbage cans to keep rodents away, and using airtight containers to store food in your pantry. Don’t leave dirty dishes in the sink, and don’t leave bird seeds out to feed wildlife.

    Homes with humidity problems often attract pets because water can pool in the basement, crawlspace, or even in the attic. Fixing leaks in plumbing pipes and replacing damaged roof shingles should be a priority. You might also need a better ventilation system or might need a vapor barrier, or a dehumidifier.

    You can restrict access to the shelter by inspecting your home to look for points of entry. Rodents and insects often get in your basement or crawlspace through small cracks in the foundation. You should also check the door and window trim, look for openings in the soffit, and keep an eye on areas where cables or plumbing enter your home.

    Murrieta Rodent Control

    Rodents typically look for shelter in the winter. Every year, an estimated 21 million households have to deal with these unwanted guests.

    Despite their small sizes, rodents eat a lot. You might find them chewing through food packaging you have stored in your pantry and even getting into your pet’s food bowl.

    During the cold months, rodents will also look for nesting materials. They will typically pick a nesting site behind drywall or in the corner of your crawlspace to have a litter.

    You can make your home less appealing for rodents by making food sources challenging to access and keeping your basement or crawlspace dry and well ventilated. You should also reduce clutter so rodents have fewer hiding spots.

    Rats and mice carry hundreds of pathogens, which is why you should call a Murrieta pest control expert to get rid of these animals and clean up their nesting site.

    At Payne Pest Management, we can inspect your home to seal any entry point, trap and relocate rodents, and clean up the area they used for nesting.

    Murrieta Termite Control

    Termites play an essential role in the ecosystem because they turn dead plant matter into nutrients. However, they can wreak havoc on your home because they eat through wood and drywall.

    You might notice holes or tunnels that become visible if you have some wooden beams in your home. In some cases, drywall can become discolored, and wood will sound hollow when you tap on it. Homeowners sometimes find small pellets and wings left behind by the termites.

    However, it might take a while before you notice any of these signs. You should take action right away and contact a Murrieta pest control expert if you suspect there are termites in your home since damage could be extensive by the time you notice signs of termite presence.

    Termites can get into your home if you store untreated lumber or firewood close to the point of entry. Contact between wood and soil also helps termites gain access to your home. A humidity problem will also draw them in.

    We always perform a thorough inspection of the interior and exterior of your home before treating it for termites. Our goal is to assess how bad the infestation is and determine the best treatment method for the construction of your home.

    We use fumigation to eliminate large termite colonies, but we can use other localized methods if the infestation is minor. We’ll perform another inspection to make sure the termites are gone, and you’ll get a warranty on our termite removal services. If the termites come back, we’ll treat your home again for free.

    Get in Touch with Us

    Give us a call or fill out our online form to get a quote! You shouldn’t wait if you’re dealing with a pest problem since things will only get worse, and you can count on us to use our knowledge and experience to protect your home from a wide range of pests.

    We are a Certified WBE (Women Business Enterprise), Certified SBE (Small Business Enterprise), DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise), and we are also a Veteran Founded Company.