Pest Control Deschutes County Oregon
The experts at A-One Pest Control have proudly provided Deschutes County business and home owners with superior and effective infestation treatments and maintenance for more than three decades. Our customers count on us to provide them with thorough and safe infestation solutions, while maintaining a high-level of respect for the home, business, and property.
Every member of the A-One Pest Control team is committed to ensuring that each infestation solution we recommend and provide is going to be long-lasting and thorough. We provide our customers with maintenance agreements that are custom designed to address and prevent their unique infestation conditions and prevent the possibility of re-infestation.
Our team knows that you are busy with a million things in your day to day life and it might feel like some infestations can be put off for a bit. However, no matter if the infestation is by a poisonous insect, or a seemingly harmless family of bats, all infestations should be taken seriously and immediate inspected by a pest control technician.
At A-One Pest Control we offer free pest inspections, which will provide you with a comprehensive report of the status of your infestation and recommendations for effective treatment.
Even small infestations can come with very real consequences:
- Mice and Rats are shy rodents and relatively harmless to humans. In fact, some people even keep mice and rats as pets. However, while they are not poisonous or an aggressive danger to you and your family, they do bring with them habits that can lead to danger. As a matter of fact, 20% of all house fires in the US annually are caused by mice and rats. When these rodents nest in your attic or walls, the chew on everything they can get their mouths on, and this includes electrical wiring. Having electrical wiring in your attic that has is frayed and has had the insulation cover on it chewed off is a recipe for disaster … and house fire.
- Cockroaches are not poisonous and won’t bite. They prefer to stay hidden away in dark places and you may only see one or two at a time. However, there are always more than one or two and these insects carry with them some very real threats to the health of you and your family. Their feces and skin sheddings are very dangerous to lung tissue if inhaled and they carry diseases on their bodies, which they can transfer to your dishes and countertops as they are crawling around.
- Mold and mildew might not seem like something that ever gets to an infestation level, however, these fungi are both harmful even in small patches. When areas of your home have high levels of moisture, the building materials in that immediate area will absorb the condensation vapors and will begin to grow fungus. This will cause plaster, plywood, and insulation to become weak and soft, leaving you with permanent structural damage to your home that can be expensive to repair. Also, the spores from the fungus can cause significant respiratory infections and reactivity in the people who inhale them, sometimes even leading to hospitalization.
Business and homeowners in areas of Deschutes County like Bend, La Pine, Redmond, and Sisters have counted on the experts at A-One Pest Control to provide treatment and maintenance services of infestations regardless of what the cause is. Our name has become synonymous with outstanding customer care and cost-effective thorough service.
Part of the attraction of living in Deschutes County is being able to live rurally and have plenty of land and space. However, this also means a higher chance of winding up with unexpected houseguests in the form of rodents, insects, and other pests.
Luckily, the team at A-One Pest Control has the experience and the training to effectively investigate, diagnose, and treat any type of infestation that you might be dealing with. Country living is beautiful, private, and quite, however, when your home has been overtaken by unwanted visitors that feeling of solitude can be unnerving rather than inviting. Trust the team at A-One Pest Control to help return your sanctuary to the safe and secure place that you love to come home to!