proof. Pest Control in Trenton, MI
Common Pest Issues We Treat in Trenton
In Trenton, we also see boxelder bugs, ants, spiders, and many other household pests, and our team can help you take care of them all!
Other common types of pests we treat in the area include:
We invite you to get in touch with us right away if you suspect you have an infestation on your hands.
We’ll give you a free quote to take care of it right over the phone!
Trenton Spider Control
Venomous or not, spiders are one of the most feared pests commonly found in homes. From wolf spiders to hobo spiders to black widow spiders to brown recluse spiders to house spiders, these pests are never welcome guests.
Without professional pest control, keeping spiders out of your home is very difficult to do. These critters have no trouble finding openings into your house and making themselves feel right at home.
Spiders are drawn to houses that can provide:
Shelter: Spiders escape extreme weather conditions by hiding away in dark corners, basements, crawlspaces, and attics.
Mates: During mating season, males will enter your home in search of mates.
Food: Other pests are spiders’ main source of food, so they will come into a home if they know there are plenty of other pests there.
Mud Dauber Control in Trenton
Mud daubers are wasps that are common in the region. They make their nests out of mud, so the banks of the Detroit River provide prime breeding grounds for them.
Unlike other wasp species, they are typically not aggressive, but that doesn’t mean that they won’t sting you if provoked. Their stings are painful, even though they are not normally dangerous.
Our Pest Free Guarantee™ seasonal service provides year-round protection from mud daubers and 30+ more common Trenton pests!
Trenton Rodent Control
Any area with lots of greenery, like Elizabeth Park and the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, attracts rodents, including mice and rats.
We often see these little critters in homes near those green spaces, though they can be found throughout the rest of the city as well. They can get into your home through surprisingly small openings, and they won’t want to leave once they are inside.