Pest Control in Trilogy – Gilbert, 85298

Trilogy 85298 Pest Control

Trilogy at Power Ranch in Gilbert, Arizona is home to beautiful homes, parks, and quick access to all that the East Valley has to offer, from downtown shopping & dining, to mountain hiking & sightseeing.

While there is much beauty to be found in Trilogy, being so close to nature goes hand in hand with being close to the critters and wildlife of the desert. Like much of Arizona, pest control in Trilogy is essential, considering the most notorious pest in the region, the bark scorpion, calls this area home. (more…)

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Little Black Ant Invasions

Little Black Ant Removal

Little Black Ant Colony

If you are finding little black ants consistently in your Arizona home and yard, it is likely you have an ant colony nearby. Ants spread out from the colony in search of food & water, finding their way to kitchens, pet food, restrooms, pantries, and other spaces. Hot weather creates the perfect storm for ants to head into your home. They may seem like there are endless clusters of them moving to and from your home and around your yard, but there is an effective way to combat them.

What are Little Black Ants?

Little black ants can come in a variety of colors ranging from dark-brown, black and jet black. They can be found throughout the United States, including the Phoenix Valley of Arizona. Just like their name, they are about 2mm in length and have two nodes on its pedicel. The little black ants are very similar in appearance to Pharaoh ants except for its darker coloration. (more…)

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Sealing Your Home From Pests

Home Pest Seal

Does Home Sealing Prevent Pests?

Sealing your home is one of the most effective ways to prevent invasive pests. By closing off any potential entrances to your home, pest have very little chance of finding their way in, as they can enter through extremely small openings. A home seal involves a thorough inspection of the property to identify any gaps that may serve as entry points, closing off those entry points, and eliminating any potential threats to entry points developing in the future. (more…)

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Summer Pest Proofing in Arizona

Summer Pest Proofing

Pest Proof Your Arizona Home for Summer

With longer days and warmer evenings setting in, summer is well on it’s way. It also serves as a reminder to Arizona homeowners to take steps to prevent unwanted pests that may find their way onto your property and into your home. Summer pest proofing in Arizona does not need to be difficult, and can save a lot of frustration if addressed early.

With the new season comes different pest challenges to face and another round of pest proofing. It’s an important action that can help your home stay pest-free and keep your family protected from unwanted and potentially harmful pests. (more…)

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Pest Control in Power Ranch, 85297

Power Ranch 85297 Pest Control

Welcome to Power Ranch, 85297

Power Ranch in Gilbert, Arizona is home to beautiful homes, parks, and quick access to all that the East Valley has to offer, from downtown shopping & dining, to mountain hiking & sightseeing.

While there is much beauty to be found in Power Ranch, being so close to nature goes hand in hand with being close to the critters and wildlife of the desert. Like much of Arizona, pest control in Power Ranch is essential, considering the most notorious pest in the region, the bark scorpion, calls this area home.

However, like many Gilbert neighborhoods, Power Ranch pests are not limited to scorpions. Roof ratsrodents, termites, spiders, and other invasive pests need to be properly prevented, eradicated, and controlled for homes to remain pest free.

Bug Guardian Pest Control understands pests in Power Ranch, and has developed unique, environmentally responsible pest control programs to solve your Power Ranch pest problems.

We don’t rest until we’ve eliminated your last pest. With 6 days a week service (closed on Sunday, same day service in most cases), and because of our “100% Satisfaction guarantee”, what do you have to lose except invasive pest issues? (more…)

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