Pest Control In Wayzata, MNAbra Kadabra Environmental Services
Experienced Wayzata Pest Control & Removal
Wayzata’s community embodies pristine beauty, inside and out. Abra Kadabra Environmental Services loves having the opportunity to help you maintain that beauty by keeping your house, lakefront or business pest-free. Especially during summertime, it’s important your docks and lakefront are clear of annoying marine spiders that cause unwanted nuisances. In order to rid your properties of rodents and pests, our NWCOA-certified pest control technicians will complete an extensive examination and develop an exclusion program.
Seasonal Wildlife Control
Depending on the season, there are different species of critters that will present themselves as nuisances. During the summer, popular animals which affect Wayzata-area homes and businesses include bats, muskrats, beavers, moles, wasps, mosquitos and more. In the colder months, critters such as mice, rats, spiders, squirrels and others oftentimes look to gain access into your house in order to escape the cold weather. For all of these animals and situations, the pest & wildlife control professionals at Abra Kadabra have an effective plan. Our pest technicians have comprehensive knowledge of the pests that frequent your area and know how to eliminate them in the most efficient, environmentally friendly way possible. If you are looking for trusted pest control services in Wayzata, call Abra Kadabra Environmental Services today!
Licensed in Minnesota
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.