Residential Pest Control
Eco-conscious pest control solutions for residents in Ashland, VA.
The Benefits Of Greenshield's General Pest Control Service For Your Home
Your residence is your safe haven. It’s where you and your family go to find safety from the outside world. The last thing anyone wants is insects and other pests crawling around your home, chewing on furniture, spreading disease, or causing structural damage. Our team of pest management professionals (PMPs), are highly trained in the latest pest management and removal strategies, and we strive ourselves on being eco-conscious. On this page we will be going further into detail about the dangers of not regularly checking your home for pests, we’ll explore common household pests and their habitats, and explain what Greenshield Home & Pest Solutions can do for you.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a homeowner, renter, or property manager, Greenshield can provide preventative pest control and removal (extermination). We strongly believe that prevention is the key to ensuring your home stays safe in the long-term, and that requires effective sanitation, proper landscaping, and sealing entry points. With Greenshield’s help, your home will be a safe environment for your family for years and decades to come.
Not Checking Your Home For Pests Regularly Can Hurt You And Your Family
Pests like termites, carpenter ants, carpenter beetles, and carpenter bees can damage your home’s wood and result in thousands of dollars in structural damage. In the United States, termites cost homeowners an average of 6 billion dollars. It’s not just the wood that can be damaged. Silverfish, Carpet Beetles, and rodents can damage fabrics and wiring.
Disease & Health Issues
Obnoxious mosquitos can quickly turn any outing into a nightmare. There are 50 species of mosquitos found in Virginia, but the Asian Tiger Mosquito is the main culprit when it comes to bites and spreading disease. Besides allergic reactions, mosquitos can spread West Nile virus, Eastern equine encephalitis, La Crosse encephalitis, and St. Louis encephalitis.
Stress & Anxiety
Invasive pests are disgusting. Mites, spiders, Bedbugs, rodents, cockroaches, and other critters can crawl on you, destroy your home, and damage your family’s mental health. A consistent presence of pests can interrupt sleep and decrease your sense of security within the walls of your home. Furthermore, trying to eliminate an infestation yourself can be tiring and exhausting.