Infestations can be a huge annoyance and very costly problem preventative measures can and should be taken to prevent future headaches. Wasps and Bees are in abundance in Kentucky and love to make their hives in attics or cracks in walls. Pest Proofing your home can help to make sure this doesn’t happen. Spiders are another thing that will make there way into our homes through cracks and gaps in walls. Inside the home we will check and seal any gaps under the sinks in Bathrooms and Kitchens to prevent “Roaches” or “Crickets” from entering as well as around doors, windows etc. Rodents can also be a huge annoyance and they just love to nest inside a cozy attic or under a house and can make for unhealthy living situations, which our Pest Proofing Service can help to prevent.
SWAT offers a one-time “Pest Proofing Service” for your home or business to stop unwanted pests from entering your home or business. When combined with one of our Exterior Insect Control services you will not only save money but will have an noticeable decrease pest presence in and around your home. By pest proofing your home you will help to ensure that you won’t become a victim to any unwanted infestation. SWAT can prevent up to 80% of these unwanted visitors from entering your home or business from the outside. One of our trained service technicians will come out and do a thorough inspection of the exterior and interior of your home or business. We will cleanly seal up cracks and gaps around your property to help prevent future any infestation. You can spend more time relaxing and enjoying yourself and less time living in fear so call today and decrease your chance of falling victim to unwanted infestation.
Exclusion is a critical aspect of rodent and insect control. Did you know that a rat only needs a ½-inch gap to gain entry into a building, while a mouse can squeeze through a ¼-inch opening? Our exclusion and repair services are designed to make your overall pest control program more effective. Let SWAT pest-proof your property.
Insect Light Traps
Gaps in Foundation