Your Full-Service Pest Control Company
Unlike many others in our industry who focus on one particular insect like mosquitoes or termites, we do it all - and we’re great at it all. From ants and bees to spiders and wasps, we cover an entire library of pests (and more).
Interested in a general pest solution? Call 877-DEAD-BUG to schedule a one-time treatment, or check out one of our ongoing service plans:
Although our general pest solutions cover a wide range of insects, there are some that require a bit more time and attention. For this reason, the following pests do not fall under our general pest designation.
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General Pest Control Frequently Asked Questions
Black Diamond is happy to help you identify your pest problem. Send us your image via our contact page or even Facebook, and we’ll respond with more information. You can also stop by a Black Diamond office with the offending pest, and we’ll take a look at your issue. Sometimes an in-home estimate is best, which we will perform for free.
The issue with trying to identify the pest yourself is that there are thousands of types of insects in our area alone, each with different and similar characteristics. Black Diamond technicians are specially trained to not only eliminate pests, but to correctly identify them as well. So, trust the professionals at Black Diamond when you have a pest-related question. Have a current issue? Contact us today!
Insects tend to decline over winter when it gets below 50 degrees. In areas where winters tend to be light, with some days reaching 50 degrees, insects will “wake up” to aggressively search for food. Without pest control, you can have a spike in insects that are looking for a new/warm place to live. In short – our winters are not cold enough to eliminate insects, so they will overwinter where it is warm – in your home. This is why we offer ongoing programs to keep homes protected year-round.
Light infestations shouldn't pose any risk of illness. When entering the moderate to heavy infestation stage, pests can cause asthma, breathing issues or salmonella. It is best to call a pest control professional when you first start seeing insects or rodents.
There are many factors that may cause a pest issue including, but not limited to:
- Houses move and settle, which can open up an area that will allow insects to enter the home.
- Ants feed on aphids and honeydew, which are located in your landscaping. So, doing any new landscaping can disturb a colony and make them move into your home.
- Construction nearby can move insects towards your home.
- Weather patterns can cause insect pressure.
- Visitors and foods brought into your home can also transport unwanted pests.