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Pest Control Maintenance Programs in Long Beach, CA

Our Pest Control Maintenance Program is a cost effective way to keep your property rid of pests. You will be able to sleep soundly knowing that your property is free from ants, roaches, mice rats, spider and any other creature you can think of. (Sorry we can't help you with in-laws). 1st Stryke Pest and Termite Control takes great pride in our ability to control your pest infestations and mitigate any future infestations that may occur in the future. Please call or contact 1st Stryke today so that you can take the initiative to stop harmful insects or rodents before...

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Rodent Removal in Norwalk, CA

Once rodents have a hold on your property they can be very difficult to remove on your own. From rats to raccoons or even possums 1st Stryke Pest Control can provide you with consultation, plan and a competitive quote to solve your rodent issue. Rodents can repopulate very fast and their feces can create a health risk to those who have infestations. Don't let any rodent destroy your property and contact 1st Stryke Pest control in Norwalk, CA Take control of your rodent problem today and contact 1st Stryke Pest and Termite Control.

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Roach Removal

American cockroaches are another type of the most common insects to be seen in houses in Southern California. It can be a heart-stopping sight to see one scurry out of your cabinets and across your kitchen floor. In the winter seasons, these roaches may move inside when the climate turns cool, looking for hotter temperatures and nourishment. Cockroaches may go into houses through sewer entrances, under entryways, or around pipes, air pipes, or different openings in the foundation. Cockroaches and egg cases can be covered up inside or on furniture, in boxes and bags. 1st Stryke Pest and Termite Control...

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Termites, the Mightiest Mite

Drywood Termites live inside wood for the total time of their life. They feed on anything that has cellulose, books, cardboard, paper on drywall covering, tree stumps, and construction lumber. Drywood termites prefer feeding on 10 percent moisture content soft woods. A common misconception is they won’t consume hardwoods or redwoods. Although, some woods have a resistant property like redwood it still can be attacked by termites. Termite workers consume the wood that is then digested by small single cell protozoa inside the termite gut that allows the termite to get the nutrients needed for survival. After the protozoa extracts...

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If you just Can’t with Ants

If your house or property is plagued with ants because of something sweet you or your roommate left out then you probably went through the do it yourself methods of buying bug spray and trying to cover the spots you can see. If that didn't work out and an endless battle occurs that causes your kitchen to smell like raid, then it's probably time to call in some professionals. First Stryke Pest Control knows the ins and outs to ants, more specifically their breed, their ideal meals as well as the places they like to make their home. First Stryke...

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Large Animal Pest Control (Cats Included)

Have a cat under a house? Our solution without catching them, a one way door. A customer had a cat that was urinating under the house and the odor is profound throughout the residence. Once the cat is removed we will spray the crawl space with a product called BAC-A-zap to neutral the smell. Not your typical pest control but a service 1st Stryke Pest and Termite Control will be happy to provide.

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The Bugs that Lie in the Sheets – Solutions to Bed Bugs

  A lot of people are curious how bed bugs make it into their own mattress and couches. Well they don't usually come up from underneath your house, they are in fact a type of hitch hiker bug. They latch on and are transported by luggage, purses, shoes, clothing, and anything they can latch on to. These tiny little critters live on human blood to complete each stage of it's life, but can live up to 1 year without feeding. They can sense your blood through detecting the carbon dioxide in your respiration. This is why the majority of bites...

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