Pest Control – East End Richmond VA
The East End of Richmond is a history buff’s paradise. St. John’s Church offers a wide range of 19th and 20th century architecture, while the Valentine Richmond History Center can take you on a guided tour of the area. Since it’s also the home of Patrick Henry’s “Give me liberty, or give me death” speech, you can also see a re-enactment. The Church Hill Association offers a holiday house tour at Christmas, and in March, you can attend the Three-Day Irish Festival.
When you return to your home, the last thing you want to deal with is a pest problem. That’s where Pest Solutions comes in.
East End’s Pest Professionals
You may not realize you have a pest problem right away. Over time, the signs will become obvious—droppings, pellets, stains, etc. By the time you see them, pests have moved into your home and you have an infestation. DIY solutions such as sprays, sticky traps and boric acid powder help, but for a serious case of roaches, ants or other pests, you’ll need to call for professional elp to eradicate them completely. Those DIY products even tell you to contact a professional.
Removing the pests will help your home stay cleaner, and help reduce the allergies that they can bring with them. We practice Integrated Pest Management to not only reduce and eliminate your pest problem, but to keep the pests from getting into your house. Part of IPM is to focus on the exterior of your home to create a barrier that keeps pests outside. This approach helps safeguard your family’s health and reduces any environmental impact.
Pest Solutions is ready to help with:
- Bed bugs
- Stinging insects, such as bees, wasps and hornets
We offer pest control for all these, as well as wildlife removal, such as squirrels and birds. These animals can be downright destructive, and can’t be domesticated as pets.
DIY Pest Control Kits
For less serious pest control problems, or for help in between our regularly scheduled appointments, we offer DIY pest control for:
- Other supplies for drain flies, flea control and other minor problems
You can order these by calling your customer service representative, or call our Richmond office at 804-550-9005.
Pests and rodents need water as well as food. Part of insect prevention is keeping excess moisture out of your home and attic. Your home’s gutters work to divert water from your roof and take it away from your home, draining it off. But these gutters can become cluttered and clogged with leaves, dirt, and other debris that prevents them from draining. Water can back up and seep into your home, giving pests an incentive to camp in as well as cause other damage. Regularly cleaning these gutters can be a lot of work, and they can become clogged again easily.
One way to easily keep your gutters clean and clear is to install Leaf Defier. Pest Solutions can install this simple foam insert that prevents leaves and debris from getting into your gutters but allows the water to flow freely. This easy-to-use polyurethane insert can withstand heat, cold, wind, and rain, and is an eco-friendly way to protect your home from water damage.
Free Pest Evaluation In East End
Call our pest professionals today for a free pest evaluation to start evicting unwanted residents. Our 100% guarantee means you’ll be happy with our pest control and other services. Call our North Richmond office at 804-550-9005, or use our online contact form to send us a note. We’re a locally-owned pest control company ready to rid your home of any unwanted creatures that may be living with you.
Did You Know?
- The number of insect species is believed to be between six and ten million
- Bees, termites and ants live in well organized social colonies
- Ants leave trails and communicate with each other using pheromones as chemical signals
- The tiger swallowtail butterfly is common in the eastern United States
We love the East End!
East End is a district in Richmond, Virginia. This includes historic neighborhoods in Richmond such as Church Hill, Fairmount, and Union Hill, more modern developments such as Fulton, Powhatan Hill, Fulton Hill, and Montrose Heights, and public housing communities such as Fairfield Court, Creighton Court, Whitcomb Court, and Mosby Court.
- Source: Wikivoyage