At Home Pest Control TM is your solution for finding the products you need to get rid of insects, bed bugs, rodents, nuisance wildlife, termites and more. The products we sell are the same as the ones that pest control professionals use. With years of experience in the pest control industry, At Home Pest ControlTM has the knowledge and highest quality products available in the industry.
At Home Pest ControlTM has bedbug protection and control products, carpenter bee, stink bug, termite and ant control products, At Home Pest Control TM has the same pest control products and pesticides used by professionals, to protect your family and home from any kind of bug, insect, animal or rodent. Control Ants, bedbugs, bees, boxelder bugs, brown marmorated stink bugs, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, carpet beetles, centipedes, cockroaches, confused flour beetles, crickets, firebrats, granary weevils, ground beetles, Indian meal moths, lesser grain borers, mealworms, millipedes, old house borer beetles, powderpost beetles, red flour beetles, rice weevils, sawtoothed grain beetles, scorpions, silverfish, sowbugs, spiders, termites, wasps, yellow jackets, and many more.
We also offer WCS Premium Grade Bait products and breakthrough inventions such as the Collarum®, Tube Trap™, Sparrow Sled™, Multi-Catch Rodent Trap, NoMol®, Special Squirrel Trap and Coontroller™ along with many more in response to customer needs. Most wildlife species have the potential of becoming a nuisance. Whether or not a species becomes a pest can be directly correlated to the degree at which that animal can be tolerated by humans. For many people, squirrles feeding in their yards or gardens is not a problem; while at the same time, a neighbor may feel the squirrels are a complete nuisance. Common wildlife pests include squirrel, raccoon, skunk, mice, coyote and pigeon. Wildlife species are usually only pests in certain situations, such as when their numbers become excessive in a particular area. Human change in the environment will often result in increased numbers of a species. For example, piles of scrap building material make excellent sites for rodents to frequent, called harborage. Food left out for household pets is often equally attractive to some wildlife species. In these situations, the wildlife have suitable food and habitat and will usually become a nuisance. Trapping may become necessary to remove these nuisance animals.