San Diego North County Inland Pest Control

Residential Service Plan

Special on Service

Botanical and/or low impact treatments for homes and lots of all sizes.

The San Diego North County Inland region is marked by cooler winters and hotter summers. Since it warms up earlier in the springtime, insects start their reproductive cycle and begin multiplying faster, becoming a problem earlier than in other areas.

Everyone knows that ants and spiders come into your house from the landscape. Keeping these plant insects in check is the first step in ant and spider control. Plant inventories are maintained to ensure that our service is appropriate for your property. Controlling the insects outside of your home is the key to effectively controlling insects that invade your home. Plant insects or their secretions are the major food sources for ants and spiders.

Since insects get a jump start as the temperatures warm up, you will notice problems that other areas do not face in the spring and early summer. Ants and spiders will try to invade your home as they seek moisture and try to escape the heat. Termites and cockroaches also thrive inland. Your Corky’s technician services Escondido, San Marcos, Rancho Bernardo, Poway Rancho, Penasquitos, Fallbrook, Bonsall, and Valley Center, lives in your area, and understands that where you live defines the pests you will have problems with, so we can solve your pest issues more effectively at a lower cost to you.

History

Corky’s Pest Control has been providing quality pest control services in California for over 45 years. We specialize in the use of green products—both botanic and low-impact, using only the best on the market. Our highly trained personnel assure customer satisfaction, and they will take care of problems ranging from ants, spiders, cockroaches, and other insects, rodents such as mice, rats, and gophers, and even the West Nile Virus-carrying mosquitoes and bed bugs. Our termite department is state of the art, offering fumigation, spot treatments, heat treatments, and the new Termatrac Radar services.