Do you have a significant pest problem? If so, you need to contact Payne Pest Management. Our family-owned and operated business has been offering Palm Desert pest control for over 15 years. Unlike many big competitors on the market today, we proudly use all green products to put the planet and customers first.
At Payne Pest Management, we serve a wide range of Palm Desert clients, including single-family homes, commercial buildings, and even military housing. As a veteran-owned business, we do our best to give back to the military community and the civilian population.
The Palm Desert area sees a wide range of pest problems, which is why we offer solutions to as many as possible. Our general pest control includes:
- Bed Bugs
- Yellow Jackets
Whether you’re dealing with a general ant problem or in need of some Palm Desert yellow jacket control, we’ve got you covered.
Our Certified Minority-Owned Enterprise has over 35 years of total experience and expertise and was named by Pest Control Technology as one of the top 100 largest pest control companies in the United States every year since 2009.
It’s safe to say, our experience speaks for itself. Still, we invite you to learn more about our Palm Desert services below.
Palm Desert Rodent Control
If you’re searching for Palm Desert rat control, your search ends here. At Payne Pest Management, we know how to handle rodents. From rats to house mice and everything in between, we understand how annoying, embarrassing, and even dangerous these pests can become.
Rats and mice are scavengers that will take any food they can get. For this reason, it’s common to find them in your Palm Desert home or business. These rodents can quickly become destructive and dangerous. They chew through wooden beams, foundations, and drywall and can destroy electrical wiring.
Additionally, rodents are known for carrying diseases that they can transmit to you, your family, and pets. Some of these diseases include:
- Rat-bite fever
- Lassa fever
Diseases can be transmitted through direct contact with rodents, by breathing in contaminated dust, or through ticks and mites that come from the rodents. The risk of disease alone is enough for us to work to prevent rodents in your home.
Rodents can easily find their way into your home through small holes, cracks, and crevices. Once they find a cozy spot in a low-traffic area of your home, they make nests and settle in. At this point, it’s a good idea to call Payne Pest Management.
However, you can minimize the risk of a rodent infestation by following these easy tips:
- Keep food stored in sturdy, sealed containers and never leave food out.
- Use trash cans with tight-fitting lids, both indoors and outdoors.
- Put away pet food and water dishes at the end of each day.
- Trim tree branches, shrubs, and other vegetation close to your home.
- Fix leaky pipes and avoid leaving sitting water.
- Repair small holes and cracks.
Even the cleanest, most secure homes can have rodent problems. When this happens, call us at (877) 202-0749 for a free estimate.
Palm Desert Termite Control
Unfortunately, California is home to both subterranean and dry wood termites – both of which can cause some severe damage to houses. These insects can rapidly chew through common types of timber used in construction. A serious problem can result in some complex structural issues.
Payne Pest Management is your stop for Palm Desert termite control. First, we want to help you understand the signs of a termite problem.
Termites tend to stay put where they tunnel, so it’s rare that you’ll see the insect before you know about your problem. The bugs have small, brown bodies with wings and straight antennae.
Some common signs of a termite problem include:
- Mud tubes
- Discarded wings found around the property
- Cracking, blistering, or damaged paint or wood
The most common risk associated with termites is their ability to eat wood and cause structural damage to homes, but these insects also come with other dangers.
Termites can kick up airborne contaminants that may trigger allergies and asthma attacks. They can also bite or sting you, your family, and your pets if they feel threatened. Finally, termites generate pellets called frass that can cause contact dermatitis on the skin.
To prevent a termite problem, follow these tips:
- Fill in cracks in cement foundations and walls.
- Fix leaks as soon as you discover them.
- Trim and maintain all plants near your home.
- Never store firewood or debris next to your house.
From termites to rodents, pests of all kinds can cause serious trouble for you, your family, and your property. Call (877) 202-0749 or visit us online today for a free estimate from Payne Pest Management.