Have you been struggling with a wildlife or pest problem in Forest Lake? It may be time to contact a pest control company.
If wild animals or insects invade your home or business in Forest Lake, they can quickly become a terrible nuisance. Once pests establish themselves on your property, they’ll build a nest and multiply quickly, making your problem even worse. From the damage they can cause to the diseases they spread, nuisance wildlife are a hazard which should be addressed promptly. Unfortunately, the DIY methods which many homeowners rely on will have little effect in eliminating a large infestation. In order to thoroughly remove a pest presence from your building, you’ll need the help of a licensed pest control company.
Abra Kadabra Environmental Services is Forest Lake’s most reliable provider of wildlife and pest control services. Our NWCOA-certified technicians are trained to safely and effectively exterminate pests and remove wildlife from both residential and commercial settings. We’ll begin with an inspection to identify your pest species and its entry points to your property, then we’ll adapt our services for a quick removal process.
You can rely on our wildlife control team to rid your house or workplace in Forest Lake of common pest species like spiders, wasps and ants, along with wildlife intruders such as rodents, bats and raccoons. We can also perform exclusion and sanitization services to prevent ongoing pest problems and restore your peace of mind.
Our pest and wildlife control solutions are so effective that our clients say they work like magic. Give Abra Kadabra Environmental Services a call today if you’d like our help to resolve a pest issue in your home or business in Forest Lake!
Licensed in Minnesota, Matt and Michael have their Master Technician Certifications and continue to update their knowledge by earning credits each year in the latest information, statistics, methods and industry trends. Their goal is to help homeowners, apartment owners, landlords, and business owners eliminate pests with as little human exposure to pesticides as possible. They work on single event issues and provide year-round packages, featuring quarterly treatments. They have learned that monthly treatments are unnecessary since it takes 90 days for the chemicals to break down.