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Voted Best of Ray 2014
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Cold weather uninvited "guests"
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Springtime


    Once again spring has arrived (albeit later than usual) and the insect world is coming alive. Carpenter ants especially become active this time of year ! Protect your largest investment from the damage these insects can inflict. A little prevention now can save thousands later. Call (586) 651-0577 for your free inspection now.

Voted Best of Ray 2014

  Palladin Pest Control was once again voted "Best of Ray" this year. That only proves that if you love your job-you'll never WORK a day in your life. I'd like to thank all my customers, both present and future for your business.

Best of Ray Award

Cold weather uninvited "guests"

As we get into the winter months, the cold weather drives pests indoors. Animals like raccoons, squirrels, rats and mice all like a warm environment like YOUR HOME. Before it gets too cold, make a perimeter check of your house looking for any small hole or crack that can be used as an entry point. Seal any found holes with copper or steel mesh as most rodents can chew through foam or caulk. Call a licensed pest control company to trap and remove any larger animals that found their way in. These animals should be removed and relocated. At Palladin Pest Control we believe in the humane treatment of trapped animals. After all, they are just trying to stay warm. Outside, decks, porches and bay window outcroppings become great places to find skunks, raccoons and possums. If you notice any activity, have the animal trapped and removed. Try to block entry for any other animal that might find a new home useful.

Fall preparation

     Summer is almost over and temperatures are cooling. As the thermometer falls, varmints search for warmer environments like your home. Spiders find their way indoors and begin making messy cobwebs all around. An effective exterior treatment can dramatically decrease spider activity. Mice and other rodents also become increasingly active in their search for warmer places. Inspect the exterior of your home for  small holes and gaps especially around gas and electrical entry points. Seal these holes with steel or copper mesh and cover with caulk or foam. Also, be aware of any wild animals like raccoons, skunks, possums and squirrels as they also are preparing for winter. If you have any questions or are experiencing any of the previous issues, call for a free estimate/inspection.

Bees and wasps

    Summer is almost over and yellowjacket nests are becoming a real problem. These need to be dealt with to prevent them from overwintering and coming back even stronger in spring. Call now for a free estimate. All work is environmentally safe and guaranteed.
 

Spring Specials !!!

Don't wait until the bugs become a real problem. Check out our spring specials :Six months coverage only 225.00(325.00 for large homes) . Includes exterior service every other month ( 3 total) Interior serviced on initial service and on request after . All general insects included. Program includes free extra services during coverage period. Rodent service available.  One time services available (inquire).Live animal trapping also available.  We also do FHA and wood destroying insect inspections. Call (586) 651-0577 for more details ! 

Carpenter ants

Once again spring is just around the corner. Nature is waking up after a long winter and insects are starting to appear more frequently in your home. This is especially true about carpenter ants. If left unchecked, they can be responsible for structural damage to your home. They weaken the structure of your home by making their home in the wooden joists, beams, rafters, and inside walls. It is a good idea to have your home inspected and treated (if necessary) against a carpenter ant infestation. Many other insects are also becoming active and can be prevented from becoming a problem. Proper treatment beginning in spring can lead to a relatively pest-free summer.
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