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Empire State Pest Control Services


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Pests We Treat

Empire State Pest Control will protect your home against common household pests.  Our home pest control includes pre-scheduled interior and exterior services over a 12 month period. If you have a pest problem in your home, Empire State Pest Control can help!

Our Home Pest Control Service Program includes:

  • Pre-scheduled interior and exterior services
  • Visual interior and exterior inspection of the accessible areas
  • Written report upon request of our findings and recommended actions
  • Suggestions and recommendations for eliminating future pest problems in and around your home
  • Interior and exterior preventative services for the home

Common Household Pests:

  • Carpenter ants
  • Centipedes
  • Cockroaches
  • Crickets
  • Earwigs
  • Fleas
  • Ground beetles
  • Stored grain insects
  • Mosquitoes
  • Ants
  • Household spiders
  • Mice
  • Millipedes
  • Pillbugs/Sowbugs
  • Rats
  • Silverfish
  • Squirrels
  • Fruit flies

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Where Pests Gravitate

Pests usually come from outside sources, though there are cases where the pest actually predates the homeowner.  In most cases though, an outside source is to blame for the infestation.  For example, many pest populations start from something as seemingly harmless as transporting luggage, letting a neighbor inside or taking home a new/used piece of furniture.  Your clothes are also likely carriers of these pests.

While we can easily guess where pests are coming from, it’s not as easy to determine where the mass is hiding.  Typically, they reside in these locations:

  • A bed (headboards, mattresses, box springs, pillows, sheets, etc)
  • House Plants
  • Closets, attics, basements—rooms where there is very little movement and lots of protective cushioning
  • Inside the walls, particularly around water or heat sources, such as pipes, wires, vents, heaters, laundry rooms, or even dead spaces between walls 
  • Wall areas around electrical sockets and light switches