Miami Mosquito Control

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It may surprise you, but mosquitoes are known to be more dangerous than other animals or insects. If you combine this with the fact that they are better adapting to the urban conditions then you can see why we’re concerned.

Although exterminators can decrease the number of mosquitoes in a specific area, they’re not able to promise a customer that there will be no further threat. At Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator, we make it our goal to decrease the mosquitoes in your area by 70%. We know that our clients would like to get rid of them completely, but that’s not something that any pest control company is going to be able to do.

How To Get Rid Of Mosquitoes?

Did you know that mosquitoes grow in water? Our treatments involve a huge amount of effort. It also involves source reduction and the use of chemical products. With the use of source reduction, we will eliminate the water sources where they breed. For the long-term approach, source reduction is much more effective.

The treatment plan that we offer begins with a thorough inspection of your property. Then next step, we will identify the type of mosquito causing you trouble. After the inspection pace, we will then prepare and customize a treatment plan suited to your problem. We will also recommend some of the chemical products for you to use.

How Do They Get Inside Your Home?

Mosquitoes are members of the fly family. They’re big enough that most people can easily see them with the naked eye. They usually rest in dark, hidden areas and they are known to breed in a pool of water that does not flow. Some of their species are active at day but most of them emerge before dusk and are active at night. At night, they will search for food or blood meal. They will find a way inside your home through open windows and open doors. You will mostly find them around your laundry rooms, under sinks, and in closets.

Mosquito Bites

Mosquitoes are small and they have very short lifespans, but they can put human lives in danger with their itchy bites that might carry diseases. They choose their human victims based on the scent of their carbon dioxide.

The female ones have long, tubular mouthparts that are allowing them to pierce through your skin and suck on your blood. They inject saliva into your body when biting. Their saliva contains proteins, but most people are allergic to these proteins

Give Us A Call!

After you call one of our exterminators, we’ll come out to inspect the area near the bite site. During the inspection we will attempt to identify the type of mosquito and their breeding spot.

Our exterminator is trained well to help prevent and manage pests. We believe that every building and home are unique, which is why we design a unique program for your situation.

The goal of our professionals is to target the mosquitoes at both the larva and adult stages. If you’ve been bitten then call our professionals at (786) 269-0530 immediately!

Miami Fleas Removal

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Do you have a furry friend at home? Having one brings a different joy and relieves stress in our house. You have like a new baby and a play mate.

But if your dogs starts to scratch any parts of their body, you’ll suspect a flea.

This can be a serious pest to deal with. Once you start ignoring them, they’ll reproduce without your knowledge and may invade your furniture and home.

How do I get fleas?

We often get this question when prospect clients call us. You get them from kennels or from your pet groomers or from stray pets that wander in the wild or on streets. It is possible that they can jump from a passing pet or on your shoes or pants then on your pets.

Their food source is blood which is why they like to stay on pets as well as humans.

How do I remove them?

The answer to this question is very obvious. You have to get your pets checked up by a vet otherwise they’ll do damage not just in your homes but also to your precious pet’s health.

The impact of these pests to dogs and cats are very much the same in humans. If you get bitten by these, you can get skin irritation or have a very serious illness. They can also transmit bacterial infections and tapeworms to its food source.

  1. Have your fur friend checked up by a veterinary. You may never know how serious a flea bite is. It is best if you can get medical advice from an expert and buy certain flea-removal soaps or medicines.
  2. Use tweezers. Don’t use your hands when removing them. You may get bacteria or skin irritation. Also, don’t forget to use gloves, just to be sure.
  3. Wash the infected area. By using a mild soap, wash the infected area. This will lessen the bacteria spread.
  4. Don’t squeeze or kill them. It’s best to assume that when these are killed they can still hold bacteria. Place them in a jar and ask an expert to examine it.
  5. Always keep your space clean. Regular carpet cleaning, vacuum, mopping, and dusting are some of the things that you can do to keep these pests from invading your home and furniture. Also, keep your pets fresh and clean on most days to avoid fleas.

Fleas on the absence of house pets

Racoons, opossums, skunks, and squirrels are usually the main reason why fleas can get by your house when you have no house pets. They could be wandering on your lot or yard, and leave fleas on your grass. Then once your pet or even you get close to those grass, these creatures will attach immediately.

It is best to keep grass in a certain length and use safe pesticide to treat infected areas where you suspect there are fleas.

As a pest expert at Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator, we offer our environment friendly products that can guarantee safety and eliminate pests in just a day.

Let Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator deal with your pest problem today! Removing these in your home is not exactly easy. For each flea you discover, there are hundreds more hidden. Don’t let these invade your house. Call Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator at (786) 269-0530 today!

Miami Ant Removal

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Ants can be hard to treat on your own; call our Miami ant removal techs today!

When ants start infesting your home, there is a chance that they will go away on their own. They are social insects, so when one starts entering your home, the other will follow. So in order to get rid of them, you either have to learn how to remove them yourself or call us, Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator and we will take care of your ant problem for you.

Why Do You Have Ants?

Ants have to eat to survive. They enter your home for many reasons, but more likely, they are searching for food in order to survive. Your home just happens to be close to their colony. They also have to feed their young.

Ants are simply trying to make a living, just like us humans we need food to survive, so do they. Your home provides them food and water source. They can also use your home to protect themselves from predators, but sometimes, our houses can become a potential site for them to expand and make new colonies. Of course, nobody wants this kind of idea, which is why you should prevent this from happening by calling our exterminators. Miami Pest Exterminator will be glad to help you prevent invasion and infestation.

How To Get Rid Of Ants?

Ant control is not easy and is not a simple fix. No matter how clean or dirty your home can be, an infestation can still happen. This can be a big problem for homeowners, especially when late spring comes and early summer nuptial flights take place. To create new colonies, large swarms of winged types will set out. And sometimes, they will set it out on your walls even in your backyard.

There are times when it can be easy to get rid of ants. Like in some cases, when you see them crawling around in the walls of your kitchen or on the floor, you can wipe down that area with a disinfectant wipe if you have any. This will help erase the scented trails that they leave behind when they travel. If you don’t wipe this out, others may try to follow this trail and it can lead them directly to the food sources that the previous visitors found.

Give Us A Call!

We have not yet encountered a customer that actually enjoys having ants in their home. Which is why they call us; for removal! We service Miami and the surrounding areas with superior removal services. Our treatment will depend upon the type of ant you’re dealing with. Typically this particular pest that invades Miami homes and businesses is easy to treat but many of our customers sign up for regular pest maintenance to ensure that this crawling insect stays away and so that they can call us should they return without paperwork needing to be done first. If you’re experiencing an ant infestation in your home or business in the Miami area, give our removal experts a call at (786) 269-0530 today and learn how we can help!

Miami Cockroach Removal

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Unfortunately, cockroaches are much more common than we’d expected. Don’t blame yourself if you find one in your house. They may decide to take over your home even if you keep your home clean. This often happens if you live in an apartment or condo complex and your neighbor, who has roaches, moves out. It seems that the number of cockroaches are on the rise in-step with the increased number of foreclosed homes. Those that reside in abandoned homes will run out of food, and then come look for food in your apartment or house, creating a problem for you.

Our removal experts are here to remove your existing pest problems, in addition we will help you prevent them from coming back to your home.

Cockroaches in Miami

Roaches are able to live in conditions that other pests cannot because they are extremely adaptable. This makes them sometimes more difficult to detect, as well as difficult to get rid of.

Not only are they dreadful and unclean, but they also create a health risk to humans. Roaches will often be carriers of bacilo, which might be easily transferred to humans. They can contaminate containers, your kitchen counters, and food. In human beings, this could lead to food poisoning and diarrhea.

Preventing Roaches

Miami Roaches are able to get into your home through almost any crack they can find. In order to keep the roaches from home you need to plug up almost any holes near baseboards, pipes, and windows. It’s also wise to eliminate any extra scrap paper or cardboard around your home, in addition to your garage, basement, or attic. Another key to combat cockroaches would be to make certain that foods are saved in sealed containers.

Roaches will use sewers or drains and even the plumbing to get in your house. They will migrate between apartments by traveling along these entry points. Seal holes in common walls and plumbing pipes to prevent infestation. Use screens to seal the large openings on your sewers and drainage pipe. To be more sure that you are not infested with cockroaches, call our exterminators today.

Removing Miami Cockroaches

With our experience, in-store options for roaches are worthless. You simply won’t have the ability to buy a professional-grade cockroach removal chemical without the appropriate pest control certifications. We’ve had customers that told us that they paid more than $700 trying to handle the roaches themselves. This is certainly far more than we’d ever bill to get rid of your pest issues. The removal solutions we offer are sensibly priced and we guarantee all of our work. You shouldn’t have to suffer the pain of cockroaches for another day! Give Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator a call immediately at (786) 269-0530 and we’ll dispatch our professionals to get rid of your current problem.

Miami Bees, Wasps, & Hornets Removal

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Being a resident of Miami or perhaps the surrounding area, you probably are aware that bees and wasps are common. You’ve come to the right place if you need a removal specialist. Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator has specialists who dedicate themselves to staying current on the latest, most-effective bee removal methods and techniques in the business. We currently offer both residential and commercial removal services.

Our staff work through the entire Miami, Florida area to remove the threat of stinging insects. Our staff commonly removes Africanized killer bees, honey bees, yellow jackets, wasps, and hornets. We will remove the existing threat, as well as work to prevent the stinging insects from returning. Our staff will also remove any of the debris or remnants left behind by these insects. This usually includes removing any nests and feces left behind.

What To Do When You Have Been Infested With Stinging Insects?

We have provided a listing below of what it is best to consider when confronted with a bee problem:

  • Bees will mind their own business as long as they are not disturbed. If you come upon a hive or a swarm, just keep your distance and don’t disturb them. Be careful of Africanized bees as they do not necessarily need to be provoked to attack. Their kind are much far more hostile.
  • Once you remove any stinging insect away from your home or business, you have to also have the nest, as well as any other remains, removed, or the insect will return. When obtaining prices, be sure that the businesses include this particular service in their quote or it may wind up costing you more than you expect.
  • After we arrive at your house we’ll make sure that it’s closed off, and that there aren’t any open windows or gaps in walls that they could enter Protecting your family and pets are our #1 concern.
  • beehiveDo not get fooled by in-store bee removal products. The in-store products will only have a temporary impact. They will also not get rid of the hive itself, which can be essential. Spraying them will only irritate them and send them into attack mode. Pest elimination is better left to experts.
  • If you notice a hive or swarm, you must not approach it. Africanized killer bees seem like honey bees, but they are much more aggressive. Imagine that all swarms or hives are dangerous, so stay away. Do not approach the beehive. Their attacks could be fatal to humans.

What Can Miami Pest Exterminator Do?

We are not like other Miami pest control firms. We won’t just send out one of our normal pest control technicians to take care of your bee or wasp removal. Our removal experts are genuine specialists within their field. They take it upon themselves to help keep you and your family protected from any stinging insects. Odds are, if you’ve seen quite a few bees around your house or office, then chances are you have a swarm or hive nearby.

A beehive can have anywhere from 4,000 to 50,000 bees! We probably don’t have to tell you how risky a hive near your home could be to your loved ones and pets. Sometimes, they may come to an area before going ahead and setting up a hive. If you’re able to, try to determine whether they have constructed a nest, or if they’re just a swarm that is going to leave. Attempt to watch them to ascertain if they are going back in some form of nest. However, make sure you don’t get too close. You need to think about your removal possibilities if it seems that the bees have built a nest.

Give Us A Call!

If you feel bees have constructed a nest near your house or perhaps you want us to get rid of a swarm that is sticking around, give our Miami bee removal experts a phone call. You won’t need to stress about getting billed an inspection fee. Just provide us with a detailed description over the phone in regards to the location and size of the hive, and we can provide you with an estimate. We offer flat rates and warranties on our services, so you know we’ll do it right and you’ll know exactly how much it’s going to cost. Give us a call at (786) 269-0530 today so we can show you how we’ll earn your business.

Miami Rodent Control

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Let our Miami rodent control experts eliminate the rats and mice in your property!

If rodents take up residence in your home, your life can quickly become miserable. They cause damage to your home, as well as transmit diseases and contaminate your food. If they decide to attack electronic cables they will chew them, causing a lot of damage.

Rodents are also embarrassing to have in your home. Family and friends will make assumptions about your hygiene. If you want to get rid of the rats and mice then you need to give our experts a call.

Rats and Mice

Mice and rats are generally good at remaining hidden where humans usually don’t go. Some people will choose to attempt to capture them on their own. However, this may lead to wasted time, as well as frustration.

These rodents are capable of transmitting disease through their droppings, urine, and hair. Mice can contaminate food ten times the amount of the food they eat. Did you know that a mouse excretes 40 to 100 droppings per day? They might also bite. Their bites may result in RBF or rat-bite-fever. Sometimes it also triggers allergies.

Mice live up to two or three years, however, rats only live for about a year. They are also considered a successful breeders. For every three weeks, rats and mice can give birth to about six to ten young ones. Which is why rodents colonies grow large very quickly.

These pests are also hosts for fleas. And when that happened it will spread plague and diseases like the lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus. This kind of illness will also affect people who have weak immune systems.

Rodent Control

Rodents’ survivability rates are high for they have the ability to adapt to different habitats. They are also known as opportunistic scavengers. When their food source runs out, they are most likely to find new food sources and adapt quickly. Rats and mice are usually active at night where most people are asleep which makes them harder to get rid of.

Rats and mice can enter your home via sewer pipes, plumbing, air condition line, and drainage pipe. They can enter through your plumbing through swimming up to your toilet. Did you know that rodents are a very good swimmer? They can swim for about three days and can feed on the food you flushed down your toilet.

Trying to do rodent control yourself can be dangerous. It requires an integrated approach and using in-store products are not often enough. The most effective solution is to call a pest control company.

One of our rodent control pros is able to remove your rat problem in a hassle-free way. Our experts will assess the facts and determine the ideal course of action. Give Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator a call at (786) 269-0530 and we’d be glad to schedule your appointment or answer any questions.

Miami Spider Removal

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We can remove the Miami spider invading your home!

A lot of people dislike spiders. However, most of them are helpful due to their role as predators of insects and other arthropods. In most instances, they are completely harmless to humans. The only two venomous spiders found that pose a threat in Miami are the black widow and the brown recluse.

Our pest control professionals are also an expert at removing spiders. There are several reasons why people seek to remove them in their home and backyard. Whatever the reason for wanting to eliminate them from your house, our specialists are here to help you.

Black Widow

In most cases, venomous spiders such as the black widow won’t be found in residences. If they’re found in homes they are usually in dark areas such as closets and basements. More often, black widows are discovered in outdoor sheds or piles of firewood. To protect yourself, ensure that you always wear gloves when reaching into dark areas. As you may already know, black widows are distinguished by its glossy black color and red hourglass on its belly.

Generally, Widow Spiders are very timid and only bite in self-defense such as when they accidentally come in contact with humans. Their bite symptoms are systemic, spreading through the body via the lymphatic system. They usually start about 1-3 hours after the bite has occurred. The most common symptoms of their bite are intense pain, rigid abdominal muscles, muscle cramping, nausea, vomiting, general malaise (not feeling well), local sweating, and hypertension (high blood pressure). If left untreated, bite symptoms will generally last 3-5 days. Treatment includes Calcium gluconate and/or antivenin which is administered to relieve or counteract symptoms.

Brown Recluse

The brown recluse can be identified by its brown body and black fiddle on its body. Their webs often doesn’t look similar to the webs of other spiders. It is often disorganized and does not make a nice pattern. The brown recluse is often discovered in garages, basements, sheds, and closets.

Their bite at initial is usually painless. The bite site may become red and swollen. Most people who got bitten by this type of spider usually heals about 3 weeks.

Like different bugs, they are not excessively aggressive. It is very normal to live in a structure that infested with spiders and never get bitten. Most bites happen because of body pressure, when an insect is accidentally caught against exposed skin. It can also happen while moving away from things or putting on a garment that they are present. Their type has little teeth and their bite can’t pierce through clothes.

Miami Black Widow & Brown Recluse Removal

No matter if you need to remove poisonous or harmless spiders, our pest control specialists would love to assist you. Our experts will get rid of your existing pest problem and prevent future problems from coming. Miami Bed Bugs Exterminator is waiting for you to call them at (786) 269-0530, today! Call now!

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