At Star City Pest Control, we have developed a pest control service program to minimize the annoyance of household invading pests by stopping them before they get in. Our Quarterly Pest Control Plan minimizes the annoyance of household invading pests by stopping them before they get in. We inspect and treat the interior and exterior of your home FOUR times during the year. With this method, we stop pests BEFORE they enter your home. These four treatments ensure that your home will be pest free, year round. We treat the critical areas where pests nest, harbor and/or enter.
Our seasonal pest control includes the treatment of these typical household pests:
This program does not cover termites or any other wood destroying insect, roaches, mice/rats, flies, bees, fleas, ticks, moths, carpet beetles, gnats, clover mites, mosquitoes, stinkbugs, ladybugs or urban wildlife (squirrels, raccoons, chipmunks, birds, etc.). These special problems would be treated as needed and charged on a discounted basis from our regular service fee for our current customers.
Star City Pest Control provides the strongest service warranty in the industry. If a pest we have treated for comes back to bother you, we’ll do whatever is necessary to eliminate the problem inside or outside at no additional charge. This extended warranty is given to those customers who maintain the four regular service calls each year.
Compare our Quarterly Pest Control Service Program with any other residential service program, and you will find our services to be superior and your savings to be substantial.
We will bill you each time we treat your home. We accept VISA, MASTERCARD, AMEX and DISCOVER.
The Quarterly Pest Control Program begins with an initial residential service for a specific pest problem and includes our 90-day warranty.
If you are already on a monthly or quarterly pest control program, you may switch to ours without incurring an initial service treatment.
Contact us to enroll today.
This program includes 4 services per year and includes the best warranty in the business. These services ensure that pests are stopped before they enter your home.
They are social insects, which means they live in large colonies or groups. Depending on the species, ant colonies can consist of millions of ants.
Spiders are generally good to have around, as they help minimize the population of harmful insects. While most spiders are harmless, discovering a spider web in your home can be a cause for alarm.
Crickets generally live and breed outdoors and invade buildings searching for food, moisture or shelter. Once near the building, crickets will crawl through any crack or hole that allows them access inside.
Warm, wet weather always encourages the activity of several moisture loving creatures, including millipedes, or thousand feet worms, and their relatives, the centipede. Their activity is encouraged by wet conditions and the overuse of mulches around structures and homes.
Silverfish are found throughout the U.S. and are typically seen in moist, humid areas in the home, such as bathrooms, basements and attics.
Earwigs move into homes to find food or because of a change in weather. They usually wind up indoors while seeking shelter or just happen to wander inside through open doors. Earwigs prefer cool, damp areas and may enter homes during extended dry periods.