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Chandler, Indiana Pest Control

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Chandler Indiana Pest Control

German Roaches near Chandler

In order to get rid of one of Chandler Indiana's most common pests , German roaches, it is important to understand why they are such a problem. There are many different species of cockroaches throughout the world, but one of the most well-known and difficult to deal with types is known as Blatella germanica or German roach. Infestations are so common because they have a much higher resistance to insecticides than other species, making them much harder to get rid of.

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        How do you know if you have a German Roach problem?

German roaches are identified by their small size, light tan color, and two dark parallel lines on the back. They hide in small crevices near water sources such as sinks, tubs, showers, appliances you use everyday like your refrigerator or dishwasher along with under your cabinets. They breed rapidly, the female carries an egg capsule at the tip of her abdomen which holds fourteen to eighteen eggs and she drops it within five days.

 

Don't panic if you have a German Roach problem. There are many methods for getting rid of cockroaches safely. Call or Text Yike Pest Control today for a free quote.

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      How to prevent German Roaches from getting in your home.

     

German roaches are icky little beasts that can infest your house overnight.  They scurry around in the dark and crawl through icky, wet places that you don't want to know about.  Getting rid of these icky bugs is tough (but not impossible) because they reproduce so quickly (the females can lay up to 50 eggs a month!)  So how do you protect your house from these icky little beasts?  Prevention is the best form of defense!

Make sure that all new appliances coming into your home are sealed tight.

If transporting new appliances from work, store them in some sort of protective covering.

Make sure that all of your windows and doors have tightly fitting screens.

German roaches need a warm, moist place to live. Make sure that all drains in your home are periodically checked for leaks or overflows.

Any leaking pipes, broken appliances, or overflowing drains can be an open door for these icky bugs.

Close up all cracks around your doors and windows to prevent the little buggers from getting into your house!

Once you've sealed up all of the possible entrances for German roaches into your home,

Sanitation is very important Try to keep all food stored away in tightly sealed containers, and clean up any spills immediately.

These bugs eat literally anything, so you'll want to make sure that they don't have access to your cabinets!

-Clean up crumbs/spills off the floor -Clean out cabinets (especially under the sink) (remove food if possible, toss old boxes/containers)

-Wipe down cabinet shelves

-Scrub along walls where cabinets meet to remove any dirt or grime that could be serving as a food source.

German roaches are icky little beasts that can infest your house overnight.

They scurry around in the dark and crawl through icky, wet places that you don't want to know about.

       We Can help you get rid of German Roaches!

If you're reading this, you probably have a German Roach infestation and need some help. We can help! We can get rid of German Roaches!

Don't let your home become infested with German Roaches! Call Yikes Pest Control today for effective roach elimination that lasts. 

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Termite Control

Chandler Termite Control Professional

 

What are termites? Termites are not actually a type of insect but instead belong to an order of insects called Isoptera, which includes over 2,000 species worldwide. Only four species are found in the US, however two species are responsible for the majority of termite problems. Subterranean termites live underground and feed on damp wood; drywood termites do not require contact with the ground and instead infest dry wood.

In Indiana we are mostly concerned about Subterranean termite activity.

A termite colony contains three types of members: reproductives (king and queen), soldiers, and workers. Termites reproduce through a process called allolobophora, where eggs are produced by the queen. When these eggs hatch, the termites are called larvae. As more larvae hatch, they become workers to help the colony survive.

Termites build shelter tubes out of saliva and faeces to protect themselves from predators.

Their nests minimize the effects of temperature variation, but a termite's body functions at a lower temperature than a human's.

Termites are eusocial insects that live in colonies that can number from several hundred or thousand individuals up to millions. They live underground, usually in soil, to which they are adapted. Termite workers chew wood and other plant materials, turning them into a sort of spongy cellulose material called carton, which is used in construction.

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Why are termites a problem?

 

Termites are persistent, destructive pests that can infest homes or businesses by boring through wood. The damage caused by their feeding leads to the need for expensive repair work. In fact they cause up to $5 billion in damages each year.

 

 Termites are social insects capable of doing extensive structural damage to homes or businesses when populations grow large enough in a single structure or neighborhood. They feed on cellulose, which is found in wood. Termites form "colonies" that can include thousands of individuals, and they tunnel through soil to look for food.

The tiny workers, soldiers, and swarming reproductives are nearly blind but have sensitive antennae that guide them to their food sources - wooden structures where they live and breed...

 

Do you have a termite issue? If you're like many Americans, you may not realize it until the problem becomes severe. Termites are far more destructive than most homeowners realize. Many people think they can spot termite damage easily; however, this is not true. Even though the signs of an infestation become more obvious as the insects increase in number and advance into wood beams and flooring, termites can go unnoticed for years.

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Ants Vs Termites

- What's The Difference?

Ants and termites are often confused because they are very similar in appearance. However, there are some distinct differences between the two insects. Knowing what separates ants from termites will help you get rid of them if you have an infestation! Here is a list of characteristics to look for when trying to distinguish the two insects.

- Ants have a narrow "waist" that is clearly visible when viewed from above, termites do not. The shape of the abdomen

makes it easy to distinguish ants from termites. The slender waist of an ant makes it appear as if its two body parts are almost connected. Termite abdomens are thicker and have no constricted areas.

- Ants have elbowed antennae, termites do not. The antennae of ants are bent at an elbow like angle toward the rear of their heads. Termites do not possess this feature! Their straight antennae project forward from their heads .

- Ants possess a two segmented "waist", termites do not. If you look at an ant closely, you will see that its two rear segments fit neatly into its front section to form a thin waist. Termite bodies are not separated in this way; their abdomens are joined directly to their thoraxes creating one large body segment.

 

Advance Termite Baiting System,

or ATBS, is a new advancement in the field of extermination. By injecting poison into the ground around your home, rather than simply trenching and spraying chemicals, this system eliminates not only active termite colonies nearby but also those that are considering moving to your property.

The greatest benefit of the Advance Termite Baiting System is that it is a self-sustaining process that can eliminate termite infestations in a natural way. The only human interaction necessary in this system comes in the form of yearly upkeep, but beyond that you will not need to be concerned with seeing or killing termites.

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Termite treatment price

There are a number of different factors that affect the cost of termite treatment in Indiana. We offer free estimates so give us a call or text today

 

Building Size

The size of the home or building being treated is one of the factors that affects how much a termite treatment costs. Bigger buildings have more wood for termites to eat and often require several treatments throughout the year to keep an infestation from returning.

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What do bed bugs look like?

 

Adult bed bugs are brown in color and range from 1 to 7 millimeters in length. They have flat, oval-shaped bodies and a distinct proboscis.

Bed bug bites can be mistaken for other types of insect or arachnid bites including mosquito, spider, tick and flea bites which generally occur on the face, neck, arms and hands. Bites from bed bugs are frequently found on the upper part of the body including the shoulders, back and arms. Bites are often clustered near each other but can appear anywhere on the body. Do you have a bed bug infestation? Call or text us today!

Bed bug eggs?

Adult female bed bugs are capable of laying one to five eggs each day with an average total production ranging from 200 to 500 during their lifetime. At room temperature, bed bug eggs will hatch in approximately eight to 12 days. Newly hatched nymphs are straw-colored and no bigger than a pinhead. They progress through six stages of development before becoming adults usually molting between each stage.

We can Get rid of your bed bug Pest problem

Do you have bed bugs? If so, then our Bed Bug Pest Control is for you. Chandler bed bug extermination is an important step in keeping your Chandler home or business safe from these unwelcome intruders. Call or text us today! Were bed bugs found in your home? Give us a call or text to achieve bed bug control. We kill bed bugs and help prevent you from getting bed bug bites.

Yikes Pest Control is a Pest Control Company located right outside of Chandler, Indiana.

Where do bed bugs hide?

 

 

-Bed bugs can hide in little nooks and crannies anywhere. They can be found in your mattress, bed frame, between furniture, behind wallpaper and pictures on the wall, even light switches.

-They often hide near where people sleep or sit for long periods of time because they want to be close enough to feed off sleeping humans who will not feel their bites. This makes sense as a mean of survival for them.

 

How can you tell if you have been bitten by bed bugs? (prevent bed bug bites, bedbug bites)

Signs of bed bugs People typically develop an itchy red welt within a day or two of being bitten. Bed bugs usually bite people at night while they're sleeping and often in exposed areas such as the face, hands, arms and shoulders. If you find blood smears on your sheets or pillowcases that is another sign that you might be dealing with bed bugs. Remember, bed bugs live near the food source, which unfortunately is you.

 

If you live in Chandler and think that you might be dealing with bed bugs or if bed bugs found their way into your home please call! Bed bug infestations can be stressful, but We will help you get rid of your problem quickly and affordably!

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