A Pest Control Service Company

Do you do bugs is a common  question our our rat exterminators professionals in pest control, removal, and treatment are always getting asked, and Now we have started in order to help you control your pest issue in Dallas and the rest of the metroplex. Now, while we mainly help people with how to get rid of rats, they have the skills help you identify, exterminate,  and monitor your pest control problems.  Our team of professionals will come to your home or business and work with you to identify what pest and bug control issues you have, and develop a plan to treat your insect or pest problem.  Pest Control Exterminators have performed pest removal and control services for residential, industrial and commercial clients across the United States.  Our professionals can handle any pest problem using the latest technology and equipment. Pest control requires a qualified and knowledgeable expert. If you own a home or business and have pest  or insect control problems, you can rely on our team of pest control technicians. We can also solve any animal removal problems as well.

Our team of Pest Control Services have been specially trained in pest management specific to your area. They are skilled in identifying your pest control problems and developing a plan for eliminating these pests.  Our experts will work with you to monitor and  treat areas on an ongoing basis. Experts undergo a rigorous training program for Pest Control Bug Elimination in order to give you the most efficient and cost effective solution to your pest problem.

Our Pest insect removal professionals are licensed and insured for your protection and comply with all laws regarding pest control in the United States. They are equipped to handle any kind of pest control problem such as ant control, roach control, silverfish control, termite control and other nuisance pests.

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Termite Control


Each year termites invade millions of homes. Left untreated, termites can literally eat up the equity in your home. They cause billions of dollars in damage, which is rarely covered by homeowners insurance. Any home, regardless of its construction type, can offer the ideal combination of warmth, moisture, and food for a termite attack.

Termites are primarily found in the south but are present in every state except Alaska. Termite control is very important if you live in the south.  It’s not if you will get termites, but when. Termites are known as to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected. A termite inspection by a licensed professional is the first step in termite control and protecting your property from these voracious pests.

Possible signs of a termite infestation

  • Thin, mud tubes running across bare concrete or masonry between the soil and any wooden part of your building
  • Discarded wings from swarmers
  • Hollow sounding wood
  • Cracked or distorted paint surfaces
  • Any wooden building parts that begin to sag unexpectedly
  • Frass- Wood color droppings that termites leave as they eat through the wood
  • A temporary swarm of winged insects in your home or from the soil around your home

Ant Control

Ant pest control problems in the United States is a very common pest problem. Ant control can be difficult as they often have large colonies. All Ants are classified as pests and they include the pavement ant, yellow crazy ant, sugar ants, the Pharaoh ant, Carpenter ants, Odorous house ants, Red imported fire ant, and European fire ants. These are the ants that can be found in the United States.

Most of the do it yourself home control approaches can be ineffective as they mostly treat the ants that you are able to see.  An ant control specialistfrom your area can determine treatments that will help eliminate the entire nest, Ant colonies can reach sizes that exceed 500,000.

There are three primary kinds of ants within a colony: The queen ant, the female workers, and males. Both the queen and the males have wings, while the workers don’t. The queen is the only ant that can lay eggs. Once the queen grows to adulthood, she spends the rest of her life laying eggs! Depending on the species, a colony may have one queen or many queens. When a colony of ants separate, this is called a swarm. All ant colonies will swarm usually once a year.

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter ants are large (.25 to 1 in) ants that are indigenous  to many parts of the united states. They prefer dead, damp wood in which to build nests. They do not consume it, however, they can cause a large amount of damage to your house as they build their nests. The most likely species to be infesting a house in the United States is the black carpenter ant. Carpenter ants can damage wood used in the construction of buildings. They can leave behind a sawdust-like material called frass that provides clues to their nesting location.

Red Imported Fire Ant

Red Imported Fire Ants are one of the more aggressive species. They can also have a painful sting. This is an ant that should be avoided. Their nests will usually be mounds of soil outdoors, landscape areas, or near a building’s foundation. They will often enter buildings through holes or cracks in walls and foundation and these nests should be avoided. Red Imported Fire Ants can adapt to many climates and conditions in and around their environment

Odorous House Ant

This species is a scavenger/predator ant that will eat most household foods.  They are  especially fond of foods that contain sugar. Indoors they will colonize near heat sources or in your insulation. Outdoors they tend to colonize under rocks and exposed soil. They appear, however, to form colonies almost anywhere, in a variety of conditions. Colonies range in size from 100-10,000 and house several queens (as many as 200, in some instances). They are non-aggressive. While queens can lay as many as 20-30 eggs in single day..

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Pest Control Cockroaches


Among the best-known pest species are the American cockroach, which is about 30 mm (1.2 in) long; the German cockroach, the Asian Cockroach, The brown banded cockroach and and the Oriental cockroach.

Cockroaches live in a wide range of environments around the United States. They are a pest species that readily adapts to a variety of environments, but prefer warm conditions found within buildings. The spines on the legs were earlier considered to be sensory, but observations of their locomotion on sand and wire meshes have demonstrated they help in locomotion on difficult terrain. Cockroaches leave chemical trails in their feces, as well as emitting airborne pheromones for swarming and mating. These chemical trails transmit bacteria onto surfaces.Other cockroaches will follow these trails to discover sources of food and water, and also discover where other cockroaches are hiding.

Cockroaches are generally rather large insects. Most species are about the size of a thumbnail, but several species are bigger. Cockroaches have broad, flattened bodies and relatively small heads. They are generalized insects, with few special adaptations, and may be among the most primitive living insects. The mouth-parts are on the underside of the head and include generalized chewing mandibles. They have large compound eyes, two ocelli, and long, flexible, antenna. The legs are sturdy, with large coxae and five claws each.

American Cockroach

Also known as the waterbug or misidentified as the palmetto bug This is the largest species of common cockroach, and often considered a pest. They are now common in tropical climates because human activity has extended the insect’s range of habitation, and global shipping has transported the insects to world ports including the southern United States.

Brown-banded Cockroach

A small species of cockroach, measuring about ⅝ in (10 to 14;mm) long. It is tan to light brown. It has two light-colored bands across the wings and abdomen, they may sometimes appear to be broken or irregular but are quite noticeable. The bands may be partly obscured by the wings. The male has wings that cover the abdomen, while the female has wings that do not cover the abdomen completely. The male appears more slender than the female, the female appears wider.

The brown-banded cockroach has a fairly wide distribution, being found in the northeastern, southern, and midwest regions of the United States quite commonly. They need less moisture than the German cockroach so they tend to be more broadly distributed in the home, such as in living rooms and bedrooms. They can often be found in homes and apartments, but are less common in restaurants. They tend not to be found in the daytime, since they avoid light.

The brown-banded cockroach eats a wide variety of items. Cockroaches are usually scavengers, and thus can eat a wide array of items, often almost anything organic, including decaying matter. It has been known to cause problems in hospitals by emerging at night to feed on bodily fluids, thereby risking cross-infection.

Oriental Cockroach

The oriental cockroach is a large species of cockroach, measuring about 1 in (2.5 cm) in length at maturity. It is dark brown to black in colour and has a glossy body. The female Oriental cockroach has a somewhat different appearance to the male, appearing to be wingless at casual glance but has two very short and useless wings just below her head. She has a wider body than the male. The male has long wings, which cover a majority of his body and are brown in color, and has a more narrow body. The odd male is capable of very short flights, ranging about 2 to 3 meters.