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.

Keep Pests Outside by Patching Your Screens

If you have even a small tear in your window screens, ants, cockroaches, and rodents can get into your home. Practice effective pest control and patch your screens as they become damaged. Here is a simple guide to patching your screens:

As you can see in the video, you will need screen material to create an effective patch. Cut out a square larger than the tear. Lay the screen over wax paper, and glue the patch centered over the hole. Spread the glue with a flat, wooden stick.

If you need more pest control help, then call Payne Pest Management at (877) 365-5629. We offer various pest control services, from rodent pest control to fumigation services near Orange County and San Diego. Let us help keep your home pest-free.

FAQs About Termite Treatment

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You may have questions about termite control and how fumigations work to eliminate termite infestations. If you would like to learn how fumigations may affect your life or their effectiveness against other types of pests, then read on for more information.

What is fumigation treatment?
Fumigation is a common, and effective, termite control treatment. The property and building will be inspected and sealed prior to the release of certain materials that will kill termites. Fumigation often involves covering a home or building with a tent to contain the materials and suffocate the termites. The tent helps prevent the termite-killing materials from extending into the nearby neighborhood. Once the fumigation treatment is over—and the pest control company has inspected the property—then the materials used are no longer dangerous to humans and animals.

How will fumigation affect my life?
Fumigation treatment will affect your life for a few days. Treatment will usually last for about three days, and you will need to vacate the premises during that time. You will be given a list of every item to remove from your home during the fumigation. The list will include any living item, such as humans, pets, and plants. It will also include medicines and foods that are unprotected by airtight containers, such as fruits and vegetables. Once you are able to return home, all of your dishes, furniture, and clothing will be completely free of termite control materials and safe to use.

Will the treatment affect other pests?
Yes, fumigation treatment will often eliminate other pests in your home. However, your pest control company will adjust the treatment to eliminate the main termite concern. Some pests may be resilient to certain fumigation materials. If you have other pests in your home, then you will want to address them with your exterminator prior to termite treatment.

Choose Payne Pest Management for your fumigation service near Orange County and San Diego. If you have more questions about our fumigation service and termite control, then please call us at (877) 365-5629.

House Cricket Prevention Tips

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A cricket infestation can be a pest control nightmare during the summer season. If your home has gotten overrun with these hopping insects, there are a few strategies that you can take to remove crickets from your home. To prevent crickets on your property, it is a good idea to make sure that your doors and windows are completely sealed and free of cracks. It may also be necessary to place cricket traps in vulnerable areas of your house. To eliminate an existing cricket infestation, it is always a good idea to schedule professional pest control services.

If you are seeking pest control services in Orange County, the team at Payne Pest Management will help you find the right solution for your issue. From bed bug control to cricket fumigations and more, we offer services to treat all types of pest problems. For additional information about how we can keep your home pest-free this summer, call us at (877) 365-5629.

What Homeowners Should Know About Deer Mice

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Deer mice are among the most dangerous creatures that can invade your property. These seemingly innocent creatures are frequent carriers of Hantavirus, which is an extremely deadly disease. If you live in a neighborhood that is near a rural area, you will want to be particularly cautious about deer mice infestations. A technician that offers rodent control can safely remove deer mice from your property. Here is an overview of what every homeowner needs to know about the dangers of deer mice.

Deer mice live in sheltered areas.
While deer mice are most commonly found in rural locations, they have started to make their way closer and closer to urban areas. When deer mice invade your property, they will be looking for sheltered areas that offer food, water, and protection from the elements. If you are entering a garage or shed that has not been opened in a while, it is very important to be cautious of the dangers of deer mice.

Deer mice transmit hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.
The top reason to be concerned about deer mice in your home or on your property is that these rodents are the main carriers of Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome. When a person comes into contact with Hantavirus, he or she can develop fatal respiratory problems. Hantavirus is so contagious that a person only needs to breathe in a few particles of contaminated urine or fecal matter to become infected.

Deer mice are active at dawn and dusk.
If you are concerned about deer mice around your home, you will want to look for their activities during dawn and dusk, when they are the most active. In the event that you spot the signs of deer mice, you will need to call in a team of pest control professionals.

For more information about rodent pest control serving Orange County, contact Payne Pest Management by calling (877) 365-5629. When you hire us to perform rodents control services around your home and yard, you will have the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your issue has been safely handled.

Spring Is Termite Season

When you start to notice the early signs of spring weather, you will also want to be on the lookout for signs of termites throughout your home. In this video, you will learn about the dangers that termites pose during the spring season. If you neglect to schedule pest control for your spring termite infestation, your home could experience significant property damage in as few as six months.

If you are in need of termite control near Orange County, the team at Payne Pest Management will be there to assist you. Our company specializes in getting rid of termites, and we will be thrilled to provide you with top rated termite pest control this spring. Call us at (877) 365-5629 to schedule an inspection for your termite problem.

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