Why Work with the Professionals?
With warm, humid conditions most of the year, Louisiana is the perfect environment for many insects, rodents, roaches, and other pests to flourish. In most homes, and particularly during peak infestation season, home remedies and treatments are simply not enough. It is often as much as or even more expensive to perform pest control treatments yourself and you may harm yourself with chemicals you are not used to handling. Instead, trust the experts to inspect, treat, and prevent any pest issues.
In order to provide you with the best service possible, our technicians will work with your schedule to set up monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual pest control services without inconveniencing you. All home treatments are odorless and safe for your family and pets. And remember, we always do what we say or your service is free.
Signs of an Infestation
So how can you be sure that you have a pest infestation on your hands? It depends on the pest, but there are usually signs:
A sighting is usually the biggest tip-off that you have a roach issue on your hands. Roaches are typically sighted at night but can be found during the day as well, usually in a darker, dry place. Roach droppings are also a visible indicator of a roach problem; very similar to mouse droppings, roach droppings will have ridges rather than being pointed at the ends. You may also find tan colored eggs, although this is less likely as they are usually not found out in the open.
The proper roach treatment is dependent on the type of roach you are trying to eliminate. One species will rarely respond to the treatment for another species, which is a big reason to bring in a pest control specialist. We primarily use baits and dry formulations on the interior of the structure. We perform a liquid residual service on the exterior of the structure.
American Roaches, Brown Banded Roaches, German Roaches, Oriental Roaches, Smokey Brown Roaches We treat for all types of roaches.
The most common way to discover if you have a rodent infestation is by discovering their droppings scattered throughout your cabinets, closets, or anywhere the rodent may have traveled. Other signs to be on the lookout for include paw prints, shavings and teeth marks indicative of gnawing, and, in the case of extreme infestation, a distinctive odor from urine.
Once a rodent infestation has occurred, it is virtually impossible to deal with the situation on your own and there are serious health concerns linked to rodents. Your best bet is to have a professional treat your home. We use rodent baits, glue boards, mechanical traps and exclusion techniques to control rodents.
Depending on the species, spiders can either be a nuisance or a danger. Either way, you certainly don’t want them in your home. While they don’t leave much of a trail behind, outside of their telltale webs, any sighting can be cause for alarm.
Whether they arrive through cracks in walls, windows, or floors or are carried in with other outdoor equipment, it’s best to let a professional identify and exterminate any spider infestation. Performing a thorough exterior treatment and sealing all entry points is key to controlling spiders.
Black Widow, Brown Widow, Brown Recluse, House spiders, etc.
While most insects that might try to make a home inside your house are harmless, they are a nuisance or can cause discomfort through bites. Arceneaux Pest Management is the expert at identifying and creating a treatment plan, regardless of your infestation. Our Quarterly Pest Service really keeps bugs at bay. There’s no charge for additional services performed between quarterly visits.
Silverfish, House Ants, Centipedes, Solitary Wasps, Earwigs, Millipedes, House Crickets, Fleas, or any other insects that are bothering you.