Ramona Pest Control

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    People flock to Ramona for its sunny skies and year-round warm weather—but unfortunately, so do the pests. As a Ramona resident or business owner, you’ve probably had your fair share of run-ins termites, rodents, yellow jackets, and more.

    If you live in Ramona, pest control is probably a top priority. For fifteen years, Payne Pest Management has been helping Ramona residents to take control of their homes and businesses. Named by Pest Control Technology as one of the largest 100 pest control companies in the US, we offer full-service termite and pest management solutions for locations throughout Ramona.

    Payne takes a personalized approach to pest control because we know that every home and business is unique. All of our professional pest control experts are trained and licensed through the Structural Pest Control Board. We can help you to eliminate pest problems ranging from swarms of termites to families of house mice.

    Ramona Rodent Control

    Most Ramona residents are no strangers to mice. With so much farmland around, pests such as field and grasshopper mice abound in residential and commercial areas. Mice can live anywhere, from under the hood of your car to inside the walls of your house. An infestation may potentially cause hundreds or even thousands of dollars in property damage.

    A rodent infestation can be dangerous from a health perspective, too. Mice can carry potentially deadly diseases such as toxoplasmosis, salmonella, and even plague bacteria. You don’t even need to be in direct contact for a rodent to make you sick. You can contract the Hantavirus just by breathing in air contaminated by aerosolized droppings.

    What’s more, mice build nests that can end up attracting other pests. Mice infestations often invite fleas and ticks into the house, especially when there’s a pet nearby. Nests can even attract larger predators such as snakes.

    In Ramona, rat control can be a challenge as well. Because rats are nocturnal creatures, they hide out of reach during the day. Many people attempt to root them out with rat poison, but this can do more harm than good. Not only can it pose a danger to pets and young children, but it may end up disrupting the local ecosystem.

    Instead, the best way to tackle a mouse or rat infestation is through prevention. If they don’t have any attractive places to nest or feed, rodents will likely leave your house or business alone. Keep your property clear of leaves, twigs, and other materials that mice could use as a hideaway. You should also remove loose items and debris from the general outdoor area.

    Inside your property, securely screen all windows, doors, and drain pipes. You should also ensure that no food is sitting out in the open or easily accessible containers. Bags and thin, plastic containers offer easy access for rodents and should get swapped for more secure containers such as mason jars.

    If you find yourself battling a rodent infestation, you can call Payne Pest Management for a fast and easy solution to Ramona pest control.

    Ramona Termite Control

    Termites and other insects thrive in Ramona’s year-round warm climate. For people living in Ramona, yellow jacket control, flea and tick control, and termite management are all top concerns. Even during the colder winter months, these pests can often survive and make a resurgence come spring.

    While termites might not be a direct threat to your health, they can cause extensive property damage around your home. Termites eat wood, meaning they can ruin paneling, siding, and even the timber frame inside your home. Termites will also eat their way into wooden furniture.

    It’s relatively easy to spot signs of termites around your property. Droppings and discarded wings are often a sure sign of an infestation. You can also look for damaged paint around wood or even exit holes in the wood itself. In advanced infestations, you may see mud tubes creeping up walls and along your foundation.

    As with rodents, prevention is the best method for dealing with termites. The best way to stop termites from getting into your home is to eliminate points of entry. Remove any wood in contact with the ground and store lumber or firewood far from foundations, crawl spaces, or any entry points to the house.

    Reducing indoor humidity can also reduce the risk of a termite infestation. Colonies thrive in warm, moist environments. It’s best to ensure your home or business is well-ventilated to ward off termites. In the heat of Ramona summers, it can also help to use air conditioning, central air, or fans.

    If you see signs of termites in your home, contact Payne Pest Management for Ramona pest control. Our qualified experts will inspect your home and develop a personalized plan to help you protect your property.

    We are a Certified MBE (Minority owned Enterprise), Certified SBE (Small Business Enterprise) and DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) and we are also a Veteran Owned Company.