AUSTIN, Tx (KXAN) - Each home has unique treatment requirements. Our trained residential specialists will design a pest management plan incorporating Worldwide Pest Control's unique 8-Step Green Program.
Worldwide Pest Control offers the following programs:
Residential Quarterly - This program provides coverage of the following pests: Roaches, Rats, Mice, Spiders, Scorpions, Silverfish, Pantry Pests and Pharaoh Ants.
Quarterly Plus - Our most popular program which provides coverage of the following pests: Roaches, Rats, Mice, Silverfish, Spiders, Pantry Pests, Pharaoh Ants, Scorpions, Fire Ants, Carpenter Ants, Fleas and Ticks.
Worldwide Pest Control provides the following specialized services for your convenience:
Providing complete fertilization and weed control needs for homes, commercial facilities, and multi-family housing.
Our trained and experienced pest management specialists provide our superior services to over 190,000 apartment homes in Central and South Texas each month. Please click here to view a comprehensive list of the owner/management companies that our company serves.
Our highly skilled termite control specialists can offer a choice of several advanced termite treatment technologies. We provide protection from termites for new and existing homes and buildings. Worldwide Pest Control's featured technologies include Prevail FT and Termidor chemical barrier treatments, Sentricon Termite Baiting System, and Impasse Termite Blocker.
We provide treatments for custom homebuilders as well as high volume production builders.
Bee Removal and Control
Our highly trained technicians in this specialty department conduct honey bee removal and control; rodent, bird and bat exclusions from all types of homes and structures; and live trapping of nuisance urban wildlife pests. Captured animals are relocated to Wildlife Rescue or the Humane Society.
Contact us today to schedule your next specialized service appointment and to get your FREE estimate!
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