Traditionally, general pest control service is intended to address insect issues such as crickets, ants and spiders.
If an issue arises with fleas, rodents or cockroaches an additional charge would be assessed. However, if you take advantage of our guaranteed quarterly service, we cover all of these issues at no extra expense.
We also have one of the best guarantees in our industry — if you have any issues in between your quarterly spray we will return and attend to the issue free of charge!
Exclusion: We can help you locate, seal and rodent proof cracks/crevices and other entry points around your house or office.
Evaluation: We will look at conditions around your property that may lead to higher levels of rodent and mice activity. (weeds, uncut grass, garbage, etc..)
Treatment: We will help you set up a rodent and mice control program for your house or business that gives you a number of options for treatment. The use of rodent bait stations, snap traps, glue boards, and ketchall live traps are some of the tools we use.
This is the most common field cricket in Kansas and most of the United States. The body is black and the wings are either black or brownish. This cricket lives under stones or other protection, but enters cool, moist basements in hot summers. These crickets eat holes in clothing and drapes, and can damage curing alfalfa seed when gathered in piles. Their food is both plant and animal origin but they are strongly carnivorous.
Ant treatment plans should focus on killing the entire colony. Just spraying an ant with a typical ant spray, particularly a repellent spray, will only kill a few but have no effect on the colony.
Spiders are a pest that no one likes to have around the home. There are a lot of common household spiders that are harmless, but there are two spiders in Kansas that can be dangerous to you and your home. The Brown Recluse and the Black Widow Spider.
The history of the cockroach is one of natures greatest success stories. Roaches are among the oldest living things on the planet — literally older than the hills.
Due to they’re nocturnal nature, bats are both unique and misunderstood.
While we have up to 15 different species of bats in Kansas the VAMPIRE BAT is not one of them! All Kansas bats feed on insects. Large numbers of bats are capable of eating tons of insects each year.
The most common type of bats in Kansas are big brown bats.
Big brown bats are a large bat, probably the most common and widespread bat in Kansas. They can be found in buildings and attics where they prefer to hibernate.
With over 20 years of insect eradication, bee removal and control experience, the staff at Toxeol represent Salina’s leading stinging insect control company, providing programs from fully comprehensive prevention applications to emergency bee removal service.