A mouse in the house

A mouse in the house

Mice may be active year round.  Although, in the winter, there tends to be additional pressure from mice due to the fact that outside food sources become restricted and homes provide comfortable shelter.  When trying to eliminate mice from a location, there are typically two methods that may be implemented

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Utah Bed Bug Control

Extermiman® can get rid of your bed bugs in one treatment. Professional companies that eliminate bed bugs usually choose one of three methods to eliminate bed bugs.  Those are chemical, thermal (heat), or cryonite (freezing). Extermiman® does use chemical control as our primary preferred method to eradicate bed bugs.  Chemical

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Mosquitoes in Salt Lake City, UT July 2, 2011

Mosquitoes are starting to surge and surge well just as it has been predicted with the heavy rains this year. A recent article by KSL addresses the increased “tree hole” mosquito problem. http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=16210879 If you need help with mosquito problems on your personal property Extermiman can assist with solutions.

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Bed Bugs, Signs and Evidence, June 19, 2011

The following photographs were taken by Extermiman® owner Carl Wilson on May 28th, 2011.  The black smudge marks are the excretions that bed bugs leave behind after they have had a blood feeding.  When searching for evidence of bed bugs, these smudge marks are a good indicator that bed bugs

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Dead Animal Removal

Extermiman® can find and remove dead animals in your home.  The complexity of the job may vary based on where the critter has died in the structure. If you are dealing with this issue, call us now at (801) 296-5960.

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Tree Insect Pests

Extermiman® is able to deliver solutions for the control of several ornamental insect issues including but not limited to: Adelgids Aphids Bagworm Beeltes Borers Cankerworms Galls Lace Bugs Leaf Eating Caterpillars Leafhoppers Leafminers Mealybugs Ornamental Webworms Rust Mites Sawflies (Broadleaf & Pine) Scale Spider Mites Spittlebugs Tent Caterpillars Thrips Weevils

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