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Ants will, in general, eat protein. If you have swarms of ants in your dog run, for instance, they are probably eating the feces, because it is rich in protein. They also eat termites. In fact, ASPC will look for ants in your house. If you see ants in your bathroom, for example, it may not just be because of the moisture and the sugar in your toothpaste.
Spider control not only keeps your family and pets safe, it eliminates a great deal of debris around your house. There are two poisonous spiders that live in the St. Charles area, but many of the species around here can produce a painful bite that is dangerous to anyone allergic to the venom. Read more about spiders and pest control in St. Charles.
There are three basic species of cockroaches that populate the St. Charles area. All three of them can carry diseases and contaminants. Each eat human food and reproduce quickly. For more information about controlling cockroaches in St. Charles, read more.
No one wants mice in their homes and mouse control can be a sensitive subject. Many people want humane control of these rodents. At All Solutions Pest Control, we will work with the homeowner to make sure you are satisfied with our pest control methods and to keep your home free from rodents.
Fleas and ticks carry diseases that can sicken both humans and animals, and can be very hard to get rid of. A flea will be as small as 1/32 of an inch and upwards of 1/16 of an inch. They have hard, flat bodies, and are very hard to crush. They do not have wings, but can jump tremendous distances.