Though Hydrex Pest Control was founded in 1960, the company's legacy as a pest-control expert extends back even further. It was founded by Robert B. Loibl Jr., son to one of the founders of the Pest Control Operators of California and its first president in 1942. Along with starting Hydrex, Robert Jr. was also the entrepreneur behind Ant-B-Gone products.
Clearly, Hydrex Pest Control's skill at hounding household pests stems from its long, storied history. The exterminator team today continues this tradition, rooting out nuisances such as earwigs, spiders, and even rodents from their hideouts in and around homes and businesses. The team also inspects for signs of arguably the most destructive critters—termites and rats—for free, recognizing their ability to destroy homes from the inside out.
For 10 years, Shoreline Pest Control’s bug-squashing technicians have been bravely standing up to termites, spiders, and other types of vermin with a comprehensive five-step elimination process. Technicians start by inspecting suspected areas of infestation, removing the pests’ food source, and identifying points of entry such as cracks, crevices, and microscopic doggy doors. Then professional-grade pesticides are applied conservatively in doses designed to be as people and pet friendly as possible. A follow-up monitoring program sees the techs returning to ensure home conditions are kept as unwelcoming as possible for creepy-crawly squatters. In addition to keeping indoor and outdoor areas free of infestation, Shoreline manages its own team of carpenters that specializes in repairing wood damaged by termites and fungus.
Licensed and insured exterminator Gabe from Riviera Pest Control wields an arsenal of low-toxicity products in his fight against household scourges such as bees, rats, spiders, and cockroaches. His approach effectively kills off infestations of these common annoyances, while stopping short of causing harm to children, pets, and the environment. Common measures include interior treatments of those spots most likely to harbor the uninvited critters, as well as the perimeter treatment, which establishes an anti-insect chemical barrier around the exterior of the home.
The certified pest-control technicians from Green Environmental Group see no reason to spread around poison only to wait for new rodents to replace the dead ones. Instead, they aim to solve infestation permanently. They first remove the resident offenders. Then, they inspect homes to see where varmints got into the house in the first place, patching up those entryways and hanging tiny Closed signs to stymie potential future invaders.