Preventative Pest Control: Be Proactive About Preventing Infestations

At Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions, we often receive calls and emails from homeowners and business owners who are in a state of distress due to a pest infestation in their residence or building. While this situation is totally understandable — it is often difficult for non-professionals to recognize an infestation in its infancy — there is something that can prevent it from happening: Taking advantage of our preventative pest control program that prevents pest infestations.

What is Preventative Pest Control?
Preventative pest control is a proactive approach to preventing rodents, insects, squirrels, and other bothersome pests from infesting a home or a building. As far as the actual treatment goes, it is typically performed on a quarterly or bi-monthly schedule, and consists of different treatment procedures as seasons change. Is preventative pest control a good option for you? Consider the important benefits that come with taking a proactive approach to preventing pest infestations.

Easy to Predict Pest Control Costs
The cost of exterminating a pest infestation in a home or building is nearly impossible to predict without performing an inspection. With preventative pest control, on the other hand, you know exactly how much you will pay to keep pests away. If you are a business owner or a homeowner who operates on a budget, predicting pest control costs may be a necessity.

Seasonal Approach to Extermination
Different seasons in Missouri tend to bring different pest problems. For example, ants and moles tend to be most active in the warm months, whereas pests that live primarily indoors, when the option is available, may appear to be more active in cold weather. This is why it is important to take a seasonal approach to preventing pest infestations.

Eliminates the Prospect of Infestations
Not only is exterminating an infestation often costlier than performing preventative pest control. It is also more mentally harrowing. As everyone who has been through a major pest infestation knows, the psychological discomfort often outweighs the physical discomfort. If you have never experienced an infestation, consider yourself lucky, and invest in preventative pest control.

Customizable Based on Your Needs
Although it is often advertised as if it were, pest control is not a one-size-fits all solution. Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions will create a custom pest prevention program that is tailored to your unique needs.

Contact Us Today
Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions has provided preventative pest control strategies to homeowners and business owners throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area for many years. Not only do we have a keen understanding of the pests that Missourians face. We also understand the pests that St. Louisans tend to encounter in different sections of the metro area.

For a free inspection of your home or building, or to create a preventative pest control solution that meets your unique needs, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at We look forward to helping you keep your property pest-free!


Mole Solutions: Kill Traps Versus Mole Poison

If only moles understood how bad they make your yard look, they might stick to borrowing deep underground instead of burrowing near the surface, too. However, unless you live in a Disney movie, where you have the power to talk with animals, the ugly, winding mole tunnels in your yard will not go away without the professional implementation of a mole control strategy.

For many property owners, getting rid of moles comes down to using of one of two mole solutions: kill traps or mole poison. Based on our many years of experience in applying different mole solutions, Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions has found that using kill traps is a better method of mole elimination than using mole poison. Below are four major reasons why.

  1. Kill Traps Are More Humane

You read it right: Kill traps are more humane than poison. Instead of forcing moles to endure the slow agony of perishing by poison, kill traps kill the animals almost instantly. If you have a mole infestation, and you are concerned about treating animals humanely, using kill traps is the best solution.

  1. Kill Traps Always Do the Job

One of the lesser known facts about mole poison is that much of it is grain-based. Because the diet of moles consists primarily of earthworms and other ground dwelling organisms, they often fail to consume enough poison to kill them, if they consume any of it at all. Conversely, as long as they are implemented correctly, kill traps work 100 percent of the time for killing yard moles.

  1. Kill Traps Quantify Results

One of the biggest challenges of using poison is determining how many moles you have killed. Did a mole eat the poison and go deeper in its tunnels to die, or did several moles nibble on the poison and not consume enough to kill them? It is impossible to tell. When a trap deploys, on the other hand, you know that a dead mole is under it, which makes it easier to quantify results.

  1. Kill Traps are Cost Effective

Both mole poison and kill traps are economical mole solutions. However, considering that traps work 100 percent of the time, whereas mole poison often requires several applications to achieve even a small measure of success, using kill traps is typically the most cost effective option in the long run. No chemical attractants or special food is used, just the kill traps alone.

Searching for Mole Solutions?

If so, you may be trying to decide whether to use kill traps or mole poison to exterminate moles in your yard. In our experience, the former option works best for the reasons listed above, among others. For more information about how kill traps compare to other mole solutions, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at We look forward to eliminating your mole problem, and helping you restore your yard to how it looked before moles invaded.


Insect Extermination Services: Examining the Home Exterior

Most people request insect extermination services when they start seeing bugs in their residence. However, most insect infestations are caused by bugs that enter a home from outside. This is why it’s important for pest exterminators to examine the exterior of a home in addition to the interior. If the outside of your residence gives bugs a way to enter, you could end up needing insect extermination services again and again until the problem is corrected.

How Insects Enter Homes
Insects can enter a home in a variety of ways, from being inadvertently transported inside by the homeowner to entering the residence through small spaces in the exterior. Most bugs enter a home under the latter scenario, with some places of entry being more common than others. Below are four points of entry that providers of extermination services routinely encounter, and how they can be addressed to prevent more insects from marching into the residence.

Window Frames
As a home settles, it can put gradual pressure on window frames that causes them to develop gaps between the pieces that compose the frame. The gaps are usually so small that the homeowner doesn’t notice them, but they are often large enough to let in small insects.

If insects are entering your home through gaps in window frames, you probably won’t need to replace any windows. A more economical strategy would be to seal up gaps in your window frames with commercial grade, weather-resistant caulk that matches the color of the frames.

Air Conditioning Vents
Homes that are surrounded by trees and have unprotected air conditioning vents on the roof are predisposed to insect problems. This is because many bugs like to reside in trees, from which they can fly or drop onto the roof of a home and enter its attic through air conditioning vents.

The open spaces in air conditioning vents are often protected by wire mesh to keep out animals, but spaces in the mesh are typically wide enough to let a variety insects enter. Applying wire mesh that has small holes like those in a window screen are better at keeping bugs out. Keeping trees trimmed back from the home often solves this problem.


Cable, Wire, and Pipe Entries
Almost every modern home has places on the exterior where cables, wires, and pipes enter the residence to deliver utility services. The holes through which they enter are usually rather small, and appear to be sealed after the products are in place. However, this isn’t always the case.

Small insects such as ants and spiders often have enough room to squeeze through a small space that exists between the hole and the cable, wire, or pipe that appears to plug the hole. Filling the hole with commercial grade caulk or spray foam sealant could eliminate the problem.

Home Foundation
A crack in the foundation of a home is another common point of entry for insects. Because the base of the foundation extends underground, a preponderance of soil dwelling insects, such as ants and beetles, are commonly seen in a home whose foundation is severely cracked.

The easiest way to fix the problem, of course, is to reseal the foundation in the necessary places. In addition to helping prevent insect infestations, sealing cracks in your home’s foundation will also help keep your basement dry, which can retard to formation of mold.

Need Insect Extermination Services?
If so, don’t settle for a provider of insect extermination services that only examines and treats the interior of your home. The outside of the home should also be carefully inspected and treated. If the inspection reveals exterior places that allow insects to gain easy entry to your house, they should be sealed with an appropriate, high-grade product to help prevent future infestations.

At Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions, over 30 years our many years of providing insect extermination services to the St. Louis area have taught us that examining the interior of a home is only one part of the extermination equation. You also have to consider how bugs are entering the home, and implement strategies that prevent it, from spraying around the exterior to sealing up holes.

If you think that your residence has an insect problem, and you aren’t sure about the source, give us a call today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at, to schedule a free examination. We look forward to helping you enjoy the summer season insect-free!



Bug Removal: What to do if Your New Home has a Bug Problem

Buying a new home is a celebratory occasion for many people. However, some new homeowners soon find that they aren’t the only ones that inhabit the residence. Bugs are there, too, and in large numbers. If you recently bought a home that obviously has a bug problem, you may feel taken off guard and overwhelmed by the situation, but you aren’t without options. Below is a step-by-step overview of what you should do if your new home is infested by insects.

Find out if the home has been treated for bug problems
Some home sellers have their residence treated for bugs before they place it on the market. If your new home was treated for bugs shortly before the sale, the service agreement may allow for free follow-up visits if the first bug removal session was unsuccessful. If this is the case, you may be able to have your bug problem eliminated for free through follow-up treatments.

Examine the sales contract for bug-related contingencies
Some home sale contracts stipulate that the residence must be fit to inhabit based on several factors, one of which can entail the presence of bugs. Before you sign a service agreement with an exterminator, examine the sales contract to see if it addresses the issue of insect infestation. If it does, the seller may be required to have the residence exterminated to satisfy the contract.

If possible, take pictures of the bugs that infest your home
Taking pictures of bugs in your home can provide valuable evidence for the exterminator, especially if you are dealing with insects that tend to operate nocturnally, such as bed bugs, brown recluse spiders, and roaches. Because different types of infestations require different bug removal strategies, it is crucial to know about every type of bug that inhabits the residence.

Have a bug removal specialist inspect your residence
Most pre-service inspections are performed for free, but they can provide you with all the information you need about your bug problem, including how it should be resolved. Whether your home is overtaken by silverfish, ants, termites, or another type of insidious insect, be sure that the exterminator inspects the outside of the residence in addition to inspecting the interior.

See if the provider specializes in your type of bug problem
Many insect exterminators specialize in eliminating certain types of bugs. Before you sign a service agreement to have your home treated, ask how many customers the company has served who had a bug problem like yours. In addition, inquire about how the bug removal solution you would receive differs from the company’s other insect elimination strategies.

Do you own a new home that has a major bug problem?
If so, now is the time to call Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions to resolve the issue. Because the longer you wait to address a bug problem, the worse the problem can become, having your home inspected and treated quickly can help reduce the cost of service, and help prevent insect-related home damage that termites, carpenter ants, and carpenter bees can cause.


We specialize in exterminating a wide variety of insects, including: ants, roaches, spiders, termites, brown recluses, silverfish, hornets, and bed bugs, to name a few. After we carefully inspect your residence inside and out, we will explain the bug problem, propose the best bug removal strategy, provide you with a free cost estimate, and jump into action as soon as your retain our services.


To schedule a free inspection of your home, and to learn more about the bug removal services we offer, give us a call today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at The sooner you resolve your bug problem, the sooner your new house will start to feel like home.


Pest Control Tips: When and Why to Call a Professional Exterminator

Owners of homes of buildings that have a pest control problem often try to handle the situation on their own before they call a pest control professional. However, the fact is that do-it-yourself (DIY) pest control solutions typically have limited effectiveness, especially because they tend to address the signs of the problem, but not its source.

So, how do you know when it’s time to stop dealing with a pest control problem on your own and delegate the task to an experienced pest control professional? Using pest control tips from professional exterminators, such as Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions, we answer this question in the following sections.

When to Call a Professional Exterminator
Because different pest infestations have different characteristics, it is difficult to develop a master list of pest control tips for when to call an exterminator. There are, however, some pest control tips that apply to most pest control situations, and indicate the need for professional help.

  1. The visible presence of the pest is increasing.
  2. The pest causes property damage.
  3. The pest causes physical and/or mental distress.
  4. DIY solutions only minimally help the problem.
  5. When you think the problem is gone, it flares up again.
  6. The presence of the pest is obviously ongoing.

If any of these conditions apply to your home or building, chances are that you are dealing with a pest infestation and not just some stray, unwanted insects. Because a pest infestation and the solution for eradicating it can increase in complexity by the day, it is essential to contact Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions as quickly as possible to address your pest control situation.

Why Call a Professional Exterminator?
A professional exterminator is one that professionally specializes in treating your type of pest problem. Compared to using DIY solutions or an exterminator that doesn’t specialize in your pest problem, calling in a professional exterminator offers the following advantages, among others.

  1. Using a professional offers long-term cost effectiveness.
  2. The interior and exterior of the structure are closely examined.
  3. The latest, greatest pest control solutions are implemented.
  4. The infestation is quickly eliminated.
  5. Eliminating the problem involves minimal disturbance.
  6. Solutions for preventing future infestations are proposed.

Professional pest exterminators are in business for an obvious reason: they offer the most educated, experienced, effective approaches for exterminating tough to beat pest infestations, and propose solutions that help to prevent future infestations and the havoc they cause. If you have a pest problem, using the services of an experienced pest exterminator is the best option.

Need Assistance With Pest Control?
It is never too soon to request assistance with pest control. The sooner you address your pest problem, the easier it will be to eliminate in terms of time, treatments, and overall cost. If you suspect that your home or building has a pest problem, Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions will examine the structure inside and out, see whether a problem exists, and propose a solution.

To receive additional pest control tips and schedule a free examination of your home or building, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at We look forward to helping you enjoy a peaceful, pest-free existence in your home or building!


Mole Services: Six Mole Control Methods That Simply Don’t Work

Most homeowners would like to save money on grounds maintenance in any way they can, but when it comes mole services for mole extermination, the old saying that “you get what you pay for” definitely applies. As spring heads into summer, many homeowners will try to save money by using amateur mole control methods that are not scientifically-based, and simply don’t work.

If you are thinking about using any of the mole extermination methods below, don’t waste your time and money on amateur solutions whose effectiveness is purely anecdotal. Instead, contact Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions. We deploy mole control solutions that, unlike the options below, kill moles quickly, and put an end to those ugly tunnels that snake through your lawn.

Poison Mole Bait
What could be ineffective about poison bait that’s designed to kill moles? A lot, as it turns out. While poison mole bait will indeed kill moles if they consume it, the hard part is getting them to eat the product. Most mole bait is grain-based, and grain isn’t a natural part of a mole’s diet. In fact, moles lack the teeth needed to effectively gnaw through the bait and access the poison.

Chewing Gum
Chewing gum has long been touted as a mole killer. The idea is that moles will eat the gum, be unable to digest it, and thus die. While this strategy sounds plausible from a gastronomic perspective, the chance that moles will actually eat the gum is unlikely. Their highly sensitive noses guide them to their natural food sources, and chewing gum is not on the menu.

Grub Worm Elimination
They may not eat chewing gum, but moles will definitely accept a meal of grub worms. Consequently, grub worm pesticide is often promoted as a way to get rid of moles. Ridding your yard of grub worms may make it harder for moles to find food, but it would not make them go hungry. Moles primarily feed on earthworms, so using this strategy is ultimately ineffective.

Vehicle Exhaust
Of all the ineffective mole extermination strategies, this one is probably the wackiest. The reasoning goes that, if you pipe toxic exhaust fumes into a mole tunnel, it will eventually fill the entire tunnel network, and kill moles by depriving them of oxygen. However, in order for the strategy to work well, the tunnel system would need to be sealed almost airtight, which it isn’t.

Furthermore, because the tiny particles in vehicle exhaust tend to make it sink instead of rise, moles dwelling near the surface would be able to make a relatively quick getaway. Despite being sluggish creatures on land, moles can move quite quickly underground, even as they form new tunnels. Vehicle exhaust that slowly wafts through mole tunnels won’t eliminate a mole problem.

Collapsing Visible Mole Tunnels
If you collapse the mole tunnels in your lawn, moles will eventually have nowhere to go, right? Wrong. To the casual observer, it may seem as if moles live just under the lawn surface. In reality, their tunnels run much deeper than this. If you collapse visible mole tunnels, moles will just retreat deeper underground, and soon resume making the tunnels that you just collapsed.


Firearms and Explosives
If the other strategies in this list don’t work, why not play hardball and combat moles with bullets and bombs? As you might suspect, this tactic is more psychologically satisfying than it is physically efficacious. Considering that you would need to use legal explosives, you won’t get much bang for your buck if you try to bomb moles, and shooting at them isn’t much better.

Killing even a single mole can make a homeowner feel victorious, hence the satisfaction of gunning down a mole that moves just beneath the lawn. The problem, of course, is that moles you would shoot would need to be close to the surface. You can’t aim at something you can’t see, including moles in deep tunnels. So, save your ammo a call a mole services exterminator.

Need Mole Services to Kill Moles?
If so, don’t waste your precious time and hard earned money on mole elimination strategies that simply don’t work. Instead, solve your mole problem quickly by putting your money behind a solution that actually works: mole services from Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions.

Our mole services specialists understand precisely how moles operate in their natural environment. This allows us to deploy our proprietary mole traps in an arrangement that eliminates moles quickly and, unlike many of the strategies above, involves no guesswork.

To schedule a free lawn inspection by one of our mole service specialists, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or refer to the contact page on our website. We look forward to helping you beautify your lawn by getting rid of those unsightly mole tunnels and the critters that create them!


Bug Services: Early Indicators That You Have a Bed Bug Problem

Do you wake up in the morning with raised, reddish welts on your skin? If so, you may be having an allergic reaction to a laundry detergent or a cosmetic product, but the small, raised places on your body could also indicate something that is for more sinister: a bed bug infestation.

Early Indicators of Bed Bugs
Bed bugs are small, brownish insects that receive sustenance by sucking blood from their hosts. If you have bed bugs in your home, the hosts will be you, other occupants in the home, and your pets. However, because bed bugs tend to operate nocturnally, their presence in a home often goes unnoticed until the infestation progresses to reach a fevered pitch.

The sooner you recognize that you have a bed bug problem, the sooner you can have us use our bug services solutions to remove the problem. If you notice any of the indicators below, contact us immediately at (314) 732-1413 to schedule a free examination of your residence.

Other Occupants Experience Bites
Because bed bugs tend to spread throughout a residence instead of limiting their operations to a single room, everyone in an infested house typically ends up receiving bites from the insects. If you are the only one who experiences what seem to be bed bug bites, the problem may indeed stem from an allergic reaction. However, if other occupants in the home consistently experience the same itchy skin reactions as you, the presence of bedbugs is likelier to be the cause.

Fecal Tracks on Bedding and Furniture
Bed bugs often leave dark fecal tracks on bedding and furniture. Some homeowners mistakenly think that the tracks are dark mold, but the tracks often occur in places where conditions are not ideal for mold growth, such as between dry mattresses and boxsprings, on dry furniture that is exposed to consistent airflow, and on dry wall surfaces that surround a bed. Here is a good example of what bed bug feces looks like when it is deposited on box springs.

Distinctive Odor When Bugs Are Crushed
Some people mistake bed bugs for other types of insects, such as baby roaches or small beetles. However, the difference between these insects and bed bugs becomes clear when the latter are crushed, and emit a distinctive odor that many people describe as smelling like “rotten raspberries”. A bug services specialist can identify bed bugs by the odor they emit when crushed, as well as identify them by appearance and by where they choose to hide.

Bugs Visible in Folds of Bedding Materials
Because they naturally feed nocturnally, bed bugs like to hide in darkened areas when a high level of light is present. In many cases, they choose locations that put them in close contact with their hosts, such as folds and creases in bedding materials. As an infestation proliferates, you are likely to find bed bugs hiding out in places such as pillow cases, under the edge trim of mattresses and in the tightly compressed area between box springs and mattresses.

How Holper’ Bug Services Can Help
If you think that your home contains the beginning of a bed bug infestation, Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions is here to help. We will perform a thorough inspection of your home and indicate whether bed bugs are present. If they are, we will deploy our bug services solutions to rid you of the problem.

To schedule a free bed bug inspection of your home, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or email us at We look forward to helping you create a more enjoyable home!


Termite Control: Signs It is Time to Call a Termite Exterminator

Termites are wood devouring insects that do their work covertly, quickly, and insidiously. In fact, many homeowners are unaware that they have a termite problem until a pest exterminator uncovers the situation. However, there are also some signs of termite damage that you can notice on your own, as long as you vigilantly inspect your home for the presence of the critters.

If you notice any of the signs below in your home or building, call Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions right away at (314) 732-1413. The sooner termite control is performed, the less termite damage the structure will incur, and the less money you will spend on restoring its condition.

Soft Wood That Should be Firm
Termites create tunnels through wood that are comprised of mud, termite feces, and saliva. Because the insects don’t chew through the outer layer of wood and reveal their tunnels, termite infested wood is often discovered by chance, such as when someone is cleaning the baseboards in his home and finds soft places in the wood, where it has lost its original strength. Poking a hole in the softened wood may even reveal termites traveling through their tunnels.

Buckling Paint on Wood and Drywall Surfaces
Sometimes, you don’t even have to press on wood to see if it has been softened by termite activity. Instead, you can observe that activity is present by noticing buckling paint on wood surfaces. When termites thoroughly devour a piece of wood, the pulp of the wood is almost completely chewed away, leaving little more than a coating behind.

The same phenomenon is likely to affect other wood areas in the structure, unless termite control is performed thoroughly and expeditiously by an experienced pest exterminator.

Visible Mud Tunnels in Various Places
Although termites are known to swarm to new locations during the day — particularly after it has rained and the weather is warm — they prefer their living environment to be dark. This is why they construct mud tunnels to travel through, as they move to different places in a home or building. Visible mud tunnels on exterior surfaces — particularly surfaces comprised of wood — is often one of the first indicators that an experienced exterminator should perform termite control.

Contact Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions
A termite infestation can do more than damage the aesthetics of your home or building. If the infestation is left unchecked, it could eventually compromise the structural integrity of the structure, as termites continue to look for new sources of wood to devour. To prevent this from happening to your home or building, Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions will perform termite control, eliminating the termite colony and proposing solutions to prevent it from reforming.

Termites can work fast. So, now is the time to address their presence. If you think that you may have termites in your home or building, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or refer email us at We look forward to helping you keep your residence or building free of termites and other troublesome pests that can ruin your piece of mind, and your property, too.


Squirrel Control: Steps for Eliminating Squirrels From Your Home

As long as they remain in their natural environment, squirrels are cute creatures that contribute to the sylvan surroundings of backyards and wooded areas that abut residential properties. However, squirrels aren’t dedicated to living in the wild. If given the chance, they will also take up residence in your home. When this happens, you should call Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions to remove the squirrels in a safe and effective way. Not only can Holper’s eradicate your squirrel problem, but they can also access squirrel damages and provide a bid for repair. One call does it all, when you contact Holper’s.

Signs of a Squirrel Infestation
Like many other animals and pests that can invade your home, squirrels typically exhibit certain signs that indicate they are present. Often, these signs can be mistaken for something else, such as a mouse infestation or the work of termites. At Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions, we commonly observe the following signs that indicate a home has a squirrel problem.

  • Squirrels entering the attic or chimney space
  • Chewed bark on young trees
  • Devouring of yard and garden plants
  • Observing squirrels fighting over food
  • Seeing an abundance of squirrel droppings in or near the residence

Unlike many insects and residentially bothersome animals, squirrels can wreak havoc both inside and outside your home. Inside, they can chew holes in wood, chew through electrical wires, and run through interior spaces and create unwanted noise, to name a few. Outside, they can damage specially placed trees and plants, and make unwanted noise as they fight for food.

When to Perform Squirrel Control
Because squirrels are a part of the natural environment in most neighborhoods, their presence is more taken for granted than the presence of, say, termites or hornets. However, Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions can determine when a squirrel problem is present, however subtle it may seem to be, and perform the following squirrel control measures, among others, to resolve the problem.

Remove Attractants
Squirrels are attracted to food sources such as ripe berries, nuts, acorns, fruits, and bird seed. They will also chow down on leftover human food and drinks, as well as food for cats and dogs. Removing attractants is a relatively simple process. For example, securing garbage containers with locking mechanisms, replacing birdseed with a kind that squirrels don’t like (e.g., safflower or niger) and regularly plucking berries from bushes and trees can have a noticeable effect.

To ensure that squirrels stay away from your home and don’t return, it may also be helpful to locate squirrel repellant at strategic locations around the home and its surrounding territory.

Limit Accessibility
Once squirrels make a nest in your residence, they will defend it as they would if it were in the wild. Consequently, the following steps may be taken to prevent another nest after the current one is gone: keeping tree limbs over ten feet away from the home to make it hard for squirrels to reach the residence, covering electrical and telephone wires with tubing that is too smooth for squirrels to travel, installing a chimney guard, and patching holes that lead into the home.

Contact Holper’s Pest & Animal Solutions
Different residences have different types of squirrel control needs. If we determine that you have a squirrel problem, we will tell you exactly what must be done to fix it, and prevent the same problem from occurring in the future. We don’t just help our customers banish the present problem; we also take measures to prevent the situation from recurring, so our customers can rest easy, knowing that their residence will be protected from future squirrel control issues.

If you think that you are dealing with a squirrel problem, call us today at (314) 732-1413, or fill out our contact form. We look forward to helping you make your home a more pleasurable place to live!