Tigard Pest Control
Our Salem, Oregon location serves the Greater Willamette Valley region, and Tigard residents like you have learned to rely on our affordable pest control strategies. If you are looking for an eco-friendly solution to ants, bed bugs, bees or any other pest, contact us today. We will gladly provide you with a free quote for our services.
If an ant finds a source of food in your home or office, it will leave a trail of scented chemicals to attract hundreds or even thousands of its comrades. Many ant species are harmful to humans due to their poisonous bites. Even non-venomous ants can pose a health risk due to their tendency to spread salmonella and other contaminants throughout infested areas.
Bed bug populations surged in the 1990s, and many Oregon residents are now sharing their homes and businesses with these obnoxious insects. Swarms of bed bugs can enter through tiny cracks around door frames and windows as well as air ducts and other small spaces. They can also be brought inside via infested luggage, groceries and used furniture. Once they get inside a building, bed bugs begin feeding on the blood of humans and their pets. Bed bug bites typically leave itchy rashes and bumps on the skin, and infestations can eventually lead to significant stress and anxiety.
Bees are a vital part of our ecosystem, but they can cause serious problems if they infest your property. Bees send out scouts to find locations for new colonies. If the scouts find a suitable location on your property, the swarm will relocate to the site and begin nesting there. Bees living in inhabited areas can harm the inhabitants with their venomous stings, and these stings can be extremely dangerous for those with allergies.
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bio-pest is an integrated pest management service with branches in California and Oregon. Integrated pest management is an environmentally conscious technique that involves using effective pest control methods while minimizing hazards to humans, property and the environment. We only use chemicals as a last resort, and all of our chemicals meet organic certification requirements.