Despite their tiny nature, ants can be some of the most pestering of insects invading your home! After invading your house through the tiniest of cracks, they can leave scent trails for others to follow! Don’t let the ants get past the first step! Take proper action today!
Bed bugs are small insects that are brown in color. They feed off of animal and human blood. These pests can easily be dragged into and around your home due to their small size by hiding in clothing, beds, couches, pillows, luggage, etc. Bed bugs like to find places to hide in that are easy to access human blood. Stay clear and the bed bugs won’t bite!
Golden-yellow and brown in appearance, bees are winged insects with more than 20,000 species. Letting bee hives form near your home can be dangerous since when provoked- bees sting. The only way to get rid of bees is to remove the hive completely. Stay in control and don’t let these pests control your environment!
Fleas and ticks can completely infest your home, yard, garden and animals in numerous ways. These pests can come from other animals, the outdoors and even other areas. Fleas are parasites that live off of the blood of any warm-blooded body and ticks feed off of the blood of mammals, birds and reptiles. Keeping these pests completely out of your home and off your pets may be tricky, but controlling them can definitely be achieved!
ockroaches are insects that consist of two antennae, six legs, and some may have wings. These pests invade human space by entering your home from the outside. Cracks, vents, sewers and drain pipes are some of the few places they chose to enter through. Don’t let these pests get in before they multiply!
Rodents are fast breeders that consist of mice and rats. These pests have large front teeth that make it easy for them to chew on different surfaces throughout your home. Rats can carry diseases and other pests like ticks and fleas on them. Rodents can fit through small holes that aren’t visible to home owners. Royal Pest can help you with keeping them out from in and around your house!
Known to eat through your home with no physical signs of destruction, these “silent destroyers” feed off of cellulose-based plant materials. Trees, dead plants, furniture, shelves and even books can be food for these pests. Don’t wait until its too late to take action!