Payne Pest Management Inc. is a full service pest control company offering pest management to commercial and residential properties in San Diego, Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.

A Closer Look at Bed Bugs

Bed bugs can be a huge problem for homeowners, which is why you should have bed bug treatment done immediately if you detect them in your home. Bed bugs can reproduce very quickly and will cause you and your family to sustain multiple bites every day. You can have bed bug treatment completed to stop them from spreading.

Watch this video to get a better idea of what happens when a person is bit by bed bugs. As you will see, bed bug bites can be very painful, and it doesn’t take very long for one single bed bug to get the blood it needs in order to start reproducing.

Do you need bed bug treatment serving Orange County in your home? Call Payne Pest Management at (877) 365-5629 and ask about the methods we use for eliminating bed bugs.

Locating Mice in Your Home

If you spot a mouse in your house, there’s a good chance that there are other mice located there, too. A rodent control company can examine your home and find out exactly where they are staying. There are also signs that you can look for before you call for rodent control services.

Watch this video to hear some of the ways you will be able to tell whether or not you have mice in your home. By keeping an eye out for mouse droppings, gnaw marks, and food products that have clearly been tampered with, you can provide a rodent control expert with the information they need to exterminate mice from your home.

Do you need rodent control services in Orange County? Contact Payne Pest Management today by calling (877) 365-5629 to speak with a pest control specialist and learn about rodent pest control.

Drywood Termites 101

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While drywood termites are one of the most common types of termites in California, it can be very difficult for homeowners to detect their presence. You will need the help of a termite control specialist to locate them and eliminate them from your home. You should have routine termite pest control done if you suspect trouble with termites. Here are some facts you should know about drywood termites.

They live deep within wooden structures.
Unlike dampwood termites, drywood termites are known for hiding deep within wood. They live in small colonies, take years to fully mature in some cases, and are typically only visible when they swarm. In fact, the only way that termite control specialists can usually diagnose a drywood termite problem is by finding signs of their presence. Fecal pellets, wings, and tiny holes in wood may indicate that drywood termites are in your home.

They can be very hard to locate inside of homes.
Finding evidence of drywood termites is one thing, but locating them inside of a home is quite another. Because drywood termites tend to chew their way deep into wooden structures, it’s best to trust a termite pest control company with the task of finding drywood termites in your home. Pest control companies have tried and true methods of locating termites that don’t want to be found. It’s important for them to find all of them to completely eradicate your termite problem.

They should only be treated by a professional.
There are do-it-yourself termite treatment kits available, but you should not attempt to use one to eliminate drywood termites. Drywood termites can be difficult to get rid of because they tend to be widespread and may be in several different parts of your home. A termite control company will be able to fumigate your home properly in order to take care of your entire termite problem.

Payne Pest Management has the experience it takes to help homeowners find and eliminate drywood termites near Orange County. You can schedule a consultation with a termite control specialist by calling (877) 365-5629 today.

The Process of Removing Termites from Your Home

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Termites are very serious pests that can cause extensive property damage to your home. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to detect a termite problem before major property damage has occurred. If you suspect that you are dealing with a termite control problem, do not hesitate to set up pest control in Orange County. An experienced pest management professional will be able to identify the precise location and scope of your termite issue. If you are considering hiring a termite control professional, here is what you can expect from your termite removal.

Liquid Application with Bait
One of the most common termite control methods is the application of liquid insecticides at key points throughout a property. During your termite control procedure, your exterminator will thoroughly check your home to pinpoint your exact infestation sites. Once these sites are located, the liquid insecticides will be strategically applied.

Liquid Application with Repellant
Along with using bait to lure termites to an insecticide, your exterminator may also recommend that you apply repellant throughout your home. A repellant product contains a substance that is unpleasant to a colony of termites. Once the termites encounter the repellant, they will be encouraged to move away from your property.

Entire Structure Treatment
If a home is experiencing a significant termite infestation, an entire structure treatment may be advised. With an entire structure treatment service, the home will be covered by an airtight tent. Once the home is tented, the property will be fumigated with an insecticide. The insecticide will fully eliminate a termite colony in the home.

If you have questions about the termite treatment options that are available to you, be sure to contact Payne Pest Management. Our team of pest control specialists can provide you with more information about the services that we offer to the Orange County area. To schedule a termite treatment for your home, give us a call at (877) 365-5629.

Examining Some Rodent Exclusion Methods

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Rodent control is a top concern for homeowners and business owners around the Orange County area. If you have noticed that your household has become infested with rats or mice, you should not hesitate to schedule pest control in Orange County. With the help of your rodent pest control professional, you will be able to target your rodent problem at its source. One of the most effective ways to achieve rodent control is to prevent pests from entering the home in the first place. Here are some of the most common rodent exclusion methods.

Locate Sensitive Areas
One of the first methods of rodent exclusion is to locate areas that are vulnerable to invasion. Rodents can gnaw or chew through a variety of materials, and a rodent hole can be a clear indication that these nasty critters have taken up residence in your home. By targeting areas that are sensitive to intrusion, you can go a long way toward meeting your goals for exclusion.

Block Holes and Openings
If your pest control professional locates any rodent holes or openings throughout your home, he may recommend that you block off these entry points. This exclusion method will ensure that more rodents are not able to invade your interior spaces. Screen wire and copper gauze are both commonly used as blockers within the home.

Seal Doors and Windows
Along with blocking rodent holes, sealing doors and windows is another common exclusion method. For example, if your door does not form a tight seal with the doorframe, this could create the perfect entrance for rats or mice. By installing metal thresholds, you can ensure that rodents are not able to enter your property.

For assistance with your rodent control needs, be sure to contact Payne Pest Management. Our company is thrilled to provide a range of pest control services, and we will be happy to help you eliminate a rodent problem in your home. Call us at (877) 365-5629 to schedule a pest control appointment today.

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