Green Machine Pest Control offers a full range of termite and pest control services as well as Eco-Friendly pest control services performed by certified professionals and in accordance with state-approved pesticide guidelines. At Green Machine Pest Control, our owners are our technicians. We are friendly, helpful, efficient, and here to help you.
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Just wanted to say thanks to Green Machine Pest Control, I found a scorpion in my room tonight just before 9pm and with fingers crossed I called this company and the owner, Mr. Cory Hodnett answered my call and was at my place within the hour. What relief just before bedtime.
Cory just provided our first service. He is knowledgeable, thorough and just a delight to work with. We are very pleased with his service and highly recommend Green Machine Pest Control.
We started using Green Machine a few months ago and haven’t seen a bug or anything else unwanted since! Not only has Green Machine been effective, they have been courteous and clean. Doug serviced our house this week and to say we were impressed is an understatement. Not only did he move objects away from our walls to do a thorough job, he wound our garden hose and put it away… It’s those little touches that make us truly appreciate their services! We would absolutely recommend Green Machine!
PEST CONTROL FAQS
HERE ARE A FEW FAQS WE COME ACROSS FREQUENTLY
Green Machine Pest Control offers a wide-range of pest removal services including but not limited to; ants, scorpions, spiders, cockroaches, rodents (rats and mice), & wasps.
A thorough building or area inspection will be conducted by one of our licensed exterminators to determine the type and extent of pest infestation. Then our technician will then discuss options in relation to the pest infestation in order to determine the most efficient method within the client’s budget.
After inspection of infested area the licensed technician will meet with the client to discuss options for extermination and/or removal. The pest removal process will be conducted in accordance with local and state pesticide laws and regulations according to the EPA and Structural Pest Control Board. Pest removal will utilize all available methods of pest control using the safest options first. These include structural maintenance, sanitation, proofing, monitoring, and removal.
Interior ant colonies can normally be prevented by simply filling cracks, joints and seams that they would use to enter a building. In the case that the arthropod infestation has already set into a home pesticides and insect removal methods will be used. During inspection the exterminator will identify the species of arthropod and recommend a plan to remove them in the most efficient manner possible.
Signs of Infestation:
Droppings – Fecal matter is a sign of rodent presence, and the amount of it can indicate the extent of the infestation.
Visual sightings – Seeing rats or mice often indicates a serious and probably well-established infestation.
Noises – Squeaks, gnawing sounds, and scurrying sounds could be caused by rodents.
Smudge marks – Rodents emit oily lipid material from their fur and leave greasy smudges at entry points and frequent travel paths.
Gnawing – Both rats and mice chew and gnaw materials, which is a sure sign of rodent presence. Rats and mice are known to gnaw the insulation of electrical wires, causing fire hazards. Mice are known to cause extensive damage to insulation materials.
Urine stains – Both rats and mice leave urine stains that can be detected with long wavelength UV light as a yellow to blue fluorescent spot.
1. Elimination of harborage is the most effective way to control rodents. This includes removing all general clutter from the home and storage areas to eliminate rodent hiding places.
2. Maintaining an open, well-kept perimeter around the home will also discourage rodent activity.
3. Eliminate free food and water sources.
4. Rodents must be denied entry into the home. This includes filling all structural cracks, screening fan and vent openings, and installing drain covers to prevent rodent entry.
* Mice can fit into an opening the size of a human pinky fingernail.
* Rats can fit into an opening the size of a human thumb nail.
5. Mice and rats are exceptional climbers. Trim all tree limbs approx. 2-3 feet away from the structure is highly recommended.
6. Implement an indoor, outdoor, or both rodent control systems. Rodent control system would include strategically placed glue boards, rodent traps, and rodent bait boxes.
Indoor trapping: Traps are a safe and effective method of eradication, especially for mice and roof rats. Rodents, especially rats, can become trap shy. Glue traps can also effective, and they may trap roaches as well. Rodent control inside occupied buildings shall be accomplished with trapping devices only. All such devices shall be concealed and/or in protected areas so as not to be disturbed by those residing in the home (Adults, Children, and Pets). Trapping devices shall be checked every 1 to 3 days during population suppression and at reasonable intervals during maintenance activities.
Outdoor use of bait boxes: All bait boxes shall be placed out of general view where they will not be disturbed by those residing at the structure (Adults, Children, and Pets). The lids of the boxes shall be securely locked or fastened shut. All bait boxes shall be attached or anchored to the ground, building wall or other immovable surface so that the box cannot be picked up or moved. All bait boxes shall be labeled on the outside with the business name, contact information, and rodenticide used.
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