Let's face it, your home provides the perfect breeding ground for many problem pests. We offer an 8-point protecting plan which is unmatched in the industry. Your family's health and safety is paramount so we use only eco-friendly and environmentally safe products to treat your residence.
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Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an environmentally friendly, common sense approach to controlling pests. Learn about IPM principles and benefits.
Rentokil Steritech's PestConnect Rodent Monitoring System is an innovative, wireless, electronic monitoring system designed to enhance your interior rodent prevention program.Designed to provide you
Dr. Nancy Troyano, our Director of Technical Education and Training, shares 6 things you can do to keep mosquitoes out of your yard.
Our Director of Technical Education and Training, Dr. Nancy Troyano, shares the most effective ways to prevent mosquitoes.
Your home is probably the largest purchase you will ever make. It is a huge investment, and wood destroying insects such as subterranean termites can destroy it. Trust Pest Defense Solutions to protec
Bed bugs are making a strong comeback in the United States and have become a real-life nightmare for many people. One of the serious problems with bed bugs is that they multiply rapidly, a single fema
Cockroaches are among the most successful organisms on earth. They have been around for millions of years, and they aren’t leaving anytime soon. With their high resiliency and rapid colony growth, t
A weed is by definition a plant out of place. And there are plenty of weeds in Oklahoma. The warm climate and long growing season, among other things, contribute to an abundance of weeds. At Pest Defe
(When possible, we remove and relocate honey bees to protect their hive) http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/AR/archive/mar04/form0304.pdf Wasps, hornets, and bees are all members of the order Hymenoptera, a g
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