Ellisville MO Pest Control

Ellisville Pest Control

Recently, a national publication listed this quiet, out-of-the-way St. Louis suburb as one of the best places to live in the country. The first white settlers arrived around 1830. Some of the town founders include a regional newspaper magnate, a prominent steamboat captain, and a successful farmer.

Today, that legacy of hard work, dedication to community, and commitment to excellence remain. At All Solutions Pest Control, these are our core values as well. So, we only hire dedicated professionals who have top credentials in the industry. We then give these men and women the tools they need to provide service that exceeds your expectations. Finally, we are a family-owned local company, and we plan to stay that way.

Services We Provide in Ellisville, MO

The St. Louis area has changed a lot since settlers made bricks for the venerable old Ellis House by hand. But many of the issues that families must deal with remain the same. Pest control in the Midwest is always a top priority for many. Some of the pest infestations we deal with at All Solutions Pest Control include:

·         Mice: These rodents carry a number of serious diseases. They also leave trails of bacteria wherever they go. Furthermore, these rodents are incredibly destructive. They will chew through almost anything to reach shelter or a food source.

·         Fleas and Ticks: These tiny insects carry a number of parasites that are harmful or fatal to pets and people. Furthermore, since they move easily over such large distances, they are very difficult to control.

·         Spiders: Only a few species of these insects are harmful to pets or people. Unfortunately, many of these species live in the Midwest in significant numbers. They scurry through almost any gap they find, such as a doorway, window, or crevasse.

Like most other pests, all the aforementioned rodents and insects move from the outside to the inside. So, at All Solutions Pest Control, we use a comprehensive approach to clear your property of unwanted pests.

What Pest Do You See?