Since 1977, Alabama Professional Services has safeguarded homes against maladies that range from encroaching pests to damaged crawlspaces. Its licensed pest experts fend off critters such as ants, fleas, and rodents with an arsenal of baits, sprays, and traps. Using Sentricon or Termidor systems, they can even eradicate persistent termite colonies that would otherwise structurally damage homes or eat visitors’ wooden elbows.
The company’s home-improvement services extend beyond pest removal; with the CleanSpace crawlspace system, techs can reduce the humidity that causes mold to flourish. Their foundation leveling stabilizes homes, and their patio and fence installations save DIYers from a frequent fate: a patio built atop a quivering, bottomless pit.
A Quality Pro–certified pest-control company, Wayne's Environmental Services diligently root out weeds and common pests that prey on trees and shrubs. Wayne's lawn treatment ($75 for a 7,000 sq. ft. lawn) enlists a potent, low-odor EnviroLawn Solution in a search-and-destroy mission against encroaching weeds, insects, and diseases while simultaneously fostering healthy foliage growth with a salubrious cocktail of custom-blended fertilizer.
With 15 years of experience, the state-certified and uniformed technicians at Bad Bugs Pest Control safely rid domiciles of ants, spiders, fleas, and other unwelcomed guests. They use safe, odorless products when baiting wet areas such as kitchens, bathrooms, and underwater dens. The staff also removes wasp nests from eaves and sprays perimeters with a liquid chemical treatment. Bad Bugs Pest Control backs all services with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, re-treating areas free of charge if pests remain stubborn.
Horizons’ crack squad of bug squashers examines residential and commercial locations for infestations. After evicting roaches, ants, and couch-crashing college buddies from a home’s inside, technicians move outside to combat mosquitoes and snakes. They also treat the building’s perimeter, keeping future menaces at bay and identifying potential nooks and crannies that creepy crawlers can sneak through.