The insured team at Priority Pest Services call upon more than 50 years of combined experience in the pest-control industry to rid homes of unwelcomed critters. Since the experts joined forces in 2006, they’ve continued to couple their exterminating expertise with an arsenal of safe chemicals in a winning effort to prevent pests from ruining lawns, invading houses, and breaking fourth walls. Their accumulated bug-zapping knowledge and airwave-worthy likability earn them the right to serve as WAVY TV 10's Expert on Your Side. Interested homeowners can watch some of their clips and pick up pest control tips on the company’s media center page.
The Mosquito Authority responds to summer scourges of biting pests with its kid- and pet-friendly mosquito spray systems. Barrier spray service eliminates mosquitoes with an EPA-approved solution—specialized enough to not repel beneficial bees or butterflies—that technicians apply to trees, shrubs, and foliage around yards, guarding against pests for three weeks.
Serving more than 30,000 clients across Virginia and Maryland annually, Southern Pest Control was ranked as the 25th largest company of its kind in the Southeast by Pest Control Technology magazine. From bugs such as ants and roaches to rodents such as rats and gremlins, the pest-removal crews arrive on the hour to avoid customers waiting all day for their appointments. The treatments can rid homes of termites or protect pets from fleas, ticks, and fire ants dwelling in backyards. Southern Pest Control?s Service When You Need It contracts cut down on unnecessary chemical application and expenses by performing annual inspections and treating problems only when infestations occur. To further its commitment toward cutting down on waste, Southern Pest Control works to reduce its paper consumption by 90% through a paperless customer-contact system and by arming techs with hand-held slate tablets.
Licensed, insured, and bonded, Loftin Exterminating's technicians annihilate pest issues. They do it with an effective, human- and environment-friendly method known as integrated pest management. It's a four-step system that begins with analyzing the life cycles of home invaders and whether pest control is truly needed. Next, they properly identify pests to determine if the issue can be solved without pesticides. Third, they manage indoor and outdoor spaces to prevent pests from becoming a threat. With all that information and preparation, they move on to the final step of control, which could include use of highly targeted chemicals such as pheromones to disrupt insects' reproduction cycles. Trapping, weeding, and pesticides are other options, with broadcast spraying of nonspecific pesticides as a last resort.