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1740 Landisburg Road | Landisburg, PA 17040

Pest Control Services

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General Pest Control

Wood Destroying Insect Control

Shade Tree & Ornamental Pest Control

Rodent Control

Flea & Tick Control

Bed Bug Control

Cockroach Control

General Pest Control

Spiders, Ants, Earwigs, Ladybugs, Stinging Insects, Stink Bugs, & More

We can help you get a handle on these common pests using a variety of proven control methods which are suited to fit your unique situation.


Spiders are not usually welcome guests. Other than being downright creepy, spiders create unsightly webs around the house.


Ants can be a pain to deal with. They are attracted to any food sources, making them an indoor pest in a wide variety of settings. Ants are also a lawn & garden problem due to their large nests and ability to reproduce at high rates.


Earwigs can be a big problem, as they feed on virtually any vegetation as well as common household food items. They hide in dark, cool areas of the home and can be found around trees, shrubs, and garden areas outdoors.


Despite their cute appearance, ladybugs can be a nuisance around the home. In the fall, ladybugs will gather into large groups and search for a place to shelter over the winter. This will sometimes cause unpleasant ordors and stains to appear in the home, as ladybugs excrete a foul smelling liquid when in defense.

Stinging Insects

Insects that fall under this category include wasps, yellow jackets, and hornets. These are not only irritating, but extremely dangerous to have around. The venom that is injected during a sting can cause serious allergic reactions. Left undisturbed, many stinging insects form large nests that can contain large numbers of insects. They can be found in areas ranging from hollow trees to the inside of walls and beyond.

Stink Bugs

Stink bugs are a well-known agricultural pest as well as a common household pest. Similar to the ladybug, stink bugs congregate in large numbers as they search for a place to spend the winter. 

Not sure if we can help with your pest problem? Please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

Wood Destroying Insect Control

Carpenter Ants, Carpenter Bees, Termites, Wood Boring Beetles, & More

This type of insect damage can be devastating to property. Don’t wait until it’s too late! Get these dangerous pests under control immediately. We offer Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) Inspections that conform to WPMA-33.

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter ants are easily recognizable household pests. Common in wooded areas, carpenter ants often come indoors in search of food. They can harm structures by creating nests in decaying wood or other materials.


Termites are often quiet, unseen, and dangerous pests. Look for shed wings and shelter tubing for evidence of their presence. These can often be seen in areas where wood is in contact with the earth (think old cellars, basements, etc.). They also enjoy areas which may offer warmth. These areas often include spaces beside chimneys and hot water fixtures. 

Wood Boring Beetles

This pest category can include pests such as powderpost beetles and old house borer beetles, among others. These pests are known for laying their eggs in hardwood such as oak. As the larvae develop, they tunnel their way out of the wood leaving their destruction behind. This cycle can continue for generations and will eventually lead to irreversable damage.

Carpenter Bees

At first glance, you might think this common invador is a bumblebee. Carpenter bees are much more troublesome. They tunnel into wood to create shelter for laying their eggs.

Not sure if we can help with your pest problem? Please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

Shade Tree & Ornamental Pest Control

Bagworms, Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, Tent Caterpillars, Webworms, Needlecast Diseases, Orange Striped Oakworms & More

Keep your trees healthy and beautiful by controlling harmful pests that can turn attractive landscapes into unsightly scenes and who have the capability to kill.


Bagworms attack ornamental evergreens by feeding on the needles of the plant. The loss of foliage causes the tree to become weak. This will eventually cause the tree to die. Bagworms can also attack shrubs and deciduous trees, but this is less common.

Hemlock Woolly Adelgid

This non-native pest causes widespread (and often quick) death in Hemlock species. These tiny insects feed on the base of the needles, causing them to die. On affected trees, you will notice that the bottom branches are first destroyed.

Tent Caterpillars

Tent caterpillars form large web-like nests in the crotches of trees. It is here that the larvae will live when they aren’t busy eating all the leaves from the tree. This pest often targets apple, cherry, and crabapple trees but will also attack other deciduous trees and shrubs.


Similar to tent caterpillars, webworms will form large web-like nests at the end of tree branches. This pest isn’t picky, as it feeds on a wide variety of deciduous trees including walnut, birch, cherry, and crabapple.

Needlecast Diseases

Needlecast diseases are caused by fungi which attack an evergreen’s needles. The diseased needles will fall from the tree, causing it to die if treatment is not applied soon enough.

Orange Striped Oakworms

These easily identifiable critters feed on oaks and other hardwoods such as birch and maple. This causes some defoliation, but rarely leads to death in trees. Oakworms can be irritating due to their habit of dropping excrement on sidewalks, decks, and driveways.

Not sure if we can help with your pest problem? Please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

Rodent Control

Mice & Rats

These common pests carry a host of diseases and can multiply quickly. When your average mousetrap isn’t cutting it, it’s time to call the experts.


Mice are common pests in residential, commercial, and farm settings. They look for easy sources of food, water, and shelter and activity generally takes place at night. Mice can fit through openings 1/4″ wide and are excellent climbers. They carry a variety of diseases, which are mainly spread through coming in contact with their urine and feces. Mice are known to destroy property and sometimes pose fire hazards by chewing wires.


Similar to mice, rats are another common pest. They are larger than common house mice and have long, naked and often scaly tails. Rats also look for easy sources of food, water, and shelter. Unlike mice, rats need a more steady source of water to survive. Rats can fit through openings 1/2″ wide and are excellent swimmers, allowing them to go easily through sewer lines. Like mice, rats carry disease and can cause widespread destruction.

Not sure if we can help with your pest problem? Please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

Flea & Tick Control

Interior/Exterior Flea Contol, Treeline Perimeter Tick Control

Protect your children and pets from disease-carrying fleas & ticks all summer long.


Fleas are commonly found on our pets, but they have been known to affect humans too. By sucking the blood of their victim, these tiny insects can wreak havoc.


Ticks are a serious problem for humans and pets alike. These parasites commonly feed on the blood of mammals. Ticks are a huge problem because they can transmit diseases and bacteria to their hosts. Some of the most common health issues caused by ticks include Lyme disease – a serious infection which causes a number of health complications. Blacklegged ticks, American dog ticks, and Lonestar ticks are common species.

Not sure if we can help with your pest problem? Please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

Bed Bug Control

Common Bed Bugs

These tiny creatures can cause huge problems and will not discriminate. These critters aren’t picky about their living conditions.

Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are small, yet mighty. At only 1/4″ long, these critters can wreak havoc in a number of different settings. Although it is not possible for bed bugs to transmit diseases, their bites may cause pain or itching that can last 7 or more days. Bed bugs spread easily and can travel home with you on luggage or secondhand items. They can even travel from a neighbor’s home into your own home. Bed bugs typically remain close to bedroom areas, but if the infestation is large enough they might migrate to other areas of the home.

Not sure if we can help with your pest problem? Please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

Cockroach Control

American Cockroaches, Brown-Banded Cockroaches, German Cockroaches, & Oriental Cockroaches

Got roaches? These creatures are known for spreading disease and creating foul odors. We can help you get rid of them fast.

American Cockroaches

These are the most common variety of cockroaches found in Pennsylvania. They prefer warm, moist areas and are generally found in places where the environment is damp and food is abundant (think dumps, restaurant basements, food manufacturing facilities, etc.). Cockroaches are a hazard to health because of their ability to contaminate food and preparation surfaces.

Brown-Banded Cockroaches

Brown-banded cockroaches are named after the two distinct brown bands that fall across the body on adults and nymphs. This type of cockroach prefers warm, dry areas such as the inside of pantries, cabinets, and closets. Unlike other cockroach species, the brown-banded cockroach will consume materials that are not related to food.

German Cockroaches

German cockroaches are commonly found in homes as well as places such as restaurants, hotels, apartments, etc. They prefer very warm and moist environments, so they will tend to frequent bathrooms and kitchens often. Due to their small size and ability to rapidly reproduce at high rates, this type of cockroach can be difficult to control.

Oriental Cockroaches

Also known as “water bugs”, oriental cockroaches prefer cool and damp areas. You will commonly find them in basements as well as under sinks. This type of cockroach relies heavily on water to survive. In fact, oriental cockroaches can survive for a month without food. However, if there is not enough water they will die in half that time.

Not sure if we can help with your pest problem? Please contact us and we will be glad to assist you.

Please note: We do not offer nuisance animal control!

This commonly includes pests such as raccoons, skunks, groundhogs, squirrels, bats, birds, opossums, snakes, etc. We do not hold the proper government-mandated licensing to handle such species.