If you find yourself searching “bug exterminator near me” you may be having a bad day. We get it. Dealing with creepy crawlies in your house is not anyone’s idea of fun… except ours. We offer effective pest control because we love what we do. Your bad day just got a whole lot better.
What if I am new to understanding pest control solutions?
After being in the pest control industry for 18 years, Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control knows exactly what to do. And, as a locally-owned and family-run business, we know how to do it right. Have you ever wondered how different types of bugs should be dealt with in Colorado? Since we have a passion for education, we will gladly teach you how to tell if a Northern Colorado or Denver pest control exterminator is dealing correctly with common Colorado bugs.
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Immature spider life stages should be addressed within landscaping and grass areas. Additionally, an interior and exterior preventative treatment should be applied to the foundation, windows, doors, walkways, driveways, and any additional cracks or crevices. Webs should also be removed from the exterior of the building.
After a detailed inspection, the technician should select the method of extermination most appropriate to the type of ant present. Treating the foundation with an insecticide is usually required. Bait may also be used both outdoors and indoors, though care must be taken to place bait safely out of reach of children and pets. Carpenter ants and pharaoh ants require special precautions and interventions.
First, the pest control technician needs to be able to tell the difference between bed bugs, bat bugs, and swallow bugs (no problem for Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control). The customer follows prep sheet tasks, such as doing laundry and clearing dressers. Then the exterminator eliminates the bed bug nests and applies the insecticide treatment. Most bed bug treatments require three services, spaced out to coincide with the hatching of new bed bugs.
Fleas and Ticks
An experienced pest control technician knows that fleas and ticks in a building are usually coming from an animal den outside. Besides dealing with the outdoor source, insect monitors are used indoors to study movement and point of entry. After the insecticide is applied, you can expect a follow-up visit. Ticks are best managed by habitat modification (usually removing brush and mowing long grass) and insecticides.
You can also read more about cockroaches, stinging insects, flies, termites, and all the other pests we have experience with mitigating. You can stop searching “bug exterminator near me” because you have found the best. We are mentioned on Pest Strategies’ “Best 24 Pest Control Companies in Loveland,” Expertise.com’s “Best Pest Control Services in Loveland,” and Yelp’s “Best 10 Pest Control in Loveland, Colorado.” Feel free to check out our Google reviews, like this one from Zach Ratner:
“NoCo Pest and Wildlife Control have been treating our shop for the past couple of years. Every tech that has been sent has been very friendly and knowledgeable. They always have what we need to deal with all the different types of pests out here in the country. Great price and always show up when scheduled. I highly recommend their services!”
We are confident that Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control provides the most trustworthy bug extermination. Use our quick and easy contact form or call 970-330-3929 to learn about our affordable service plans. Northern Colorado Pest and Wildlife Control serves Denver north to Wyoming along the Front Range including Fort Collins, Eaton, Greeley, Evans, Windsor, Loveland, LaSalle, Johnstown, Milliken, Berthoud, Longmont, Boulder, Louisville, Superior, Lafayette, Thornton, Lakewood, Golden, Westminster, Denver, Aurora, the surrounding cities, and now Laport, Red Feather Lakes, Crystal Lakes, Masonville, Drake, Estes Park, Allenspark, Nederland, Ward, and Black Hawk.