Don’t let pests take over your home or business. The highly trained, experienced, and certified technicians at Iowa-Illinois Termite & Pest Control, Inc. take a lot of pride in offering your prompt and courteous service when taking on your toughest pest or nuisance wildlife problem. With monthly, bi-monthly, and quarterly service plans, in addition to our “as needed” services, we’ve got the perfect solution to your pest control needs. We can even provide you with weatherization, insulation, and other home improvement services!
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Weatherization - commercial and residential
Let one of our licensed/certified pest control technicians make your pests disappear! Our courteous professionals are experienced and ready to take care of any kind of pest problem that you're dealing with.
There are many different types of nuisances out there that want to share your living space.
Cockroaches - These pests are known for looking for a warm place to make their home. Cockroaches produce many eggs, which shortly turn into adults and can take over your home.
Ants - Ants can infiltrate your home easily and are always looking for food. They can live anywhere from 7-15 years.
Carpenter ants - These ants reside in decaying wood and feed on meat and sweets. Look for wood shavings where carpenter ants build their nests.
Spiders - Spiders can stay active all year round and can be found in your home at any given time. You may see a hunting spider or a web-building spider crawling about your floorboards.
Centipedes/Millipedes - If you look in the dark, damp areas of your home, such as closets, basements or bathrooms, chances are, you may find a centipede or millipede.
Fleas - Fleas are tiny insects that can live on cats, dogs and even humans. They typically have a long life span and are not always taken care of with over the counter pesticides.
Boxelder bugs - Boxelder bugs are a true nuisance, as they like to enter your house through cracks and crevices to ultimately find a site to live during winter months.
If you have any indication of these or other pests infiltrating your home, contact our office today!