Home Pest Control of Phoenix

Welcome to Home Pest Control of Phoenix! We are Arizona pest control specialists. We offer both residential and commercial extermination services in Phoenix. We handle all common pest insects in the area, including: Termites, Ants, Bed Bugs, Cockroaches, Spiders, Palmetto Bugs, Mosquitos, Silverfish, Centipedes, Millipedes, Carpenter Bees, Dust Mites, Spider Mites, Fleas, Lady Bugs, Drain Flies, Indian Meal Moths, Yellow Jackets, Brown Recluse Spiders, Black Widow Spiders, Ticks, Pillbugs, Earwigs, and rodents such as rats and mice. We offer a range of affordable pest management services, including complete interior coverage of your home or building, and complete exterior coverage of your house and lawn. We pride ourselves on our polite and courteous customer service and our excellent results. Give us a call any time to find out more about our prices for pest control work and to schedule an appointment, usually within the next day. We look forward to hearing from you.

Call 24/7 to discuss your pest problem.

Same-day or next-day appointments.

32-point inspection of your property.

Written estimates for pest project.

Fully state licensed and insured.

Complete Bed Bug treatment and removal.

Complete termite tenting and erradication.

Control of ants, spiders, stinging insects.

100% permanent rat and mouse control.

Quarterly and monthly maintenance programs.

Our Service Range - 602-900-9787

Phoenix Pest Removal Tip:

Termite Injection System
Soil treatment is composed of liquid termiticide that will be injected directly through the affected soil. By injecting the treatment on the ground, it will create a treated zone that will be free from termite. This is not only designed to reduce the population of the insects, but it is also a long-term protection for the structure. This is the commonly used treatment and will be used in conjunction with wood treatment and bait.

An Overview of Soil Injection System
Soil injection will commonly be done using a machine-operated tank and pump that is connected through a rod. The rod will be injected to the soil then the machine will apply pressure that will cause the pesticides to be released on the long rod. This is a method that can be used outside the foundation. The material will be applied along the trenches and will be allowed to soak down.

How Termite Injection System Works
Termites are known for building mud tubes that will connect the ground to the food source. This will help them maintain the amount of moisture needed by their body. By injecting the chemical treatment to the soil, you are creating a barrier between the soil and their food source. Usually, the termite injection system will be used all over the foundation of the house and the slab floor. This will help the homeowners guarantee that the treatment will penetrate deeply on the soil.

Wood Injection
Termites will feed on anything that contains cellulose such as cardboard and tree stumps. The worker termites will continuously build tubes when searching for possible food sources. They will not be contented on eating the same food. Once they found a wood material, they will start feeding on it. They will start feeding on the inside of the wood and will leave the outer portion intact. Therefore, the wood may still appear like they are in pristine condition. However, once you knock on the wood, you will realize that it has been hollowed. To avoid further damage, wood injection might be the best solution.

How Does Wood Injection Work?
Wood injection is also known as the drill-and-treat' method. This is a form of treatment that has been used since the 1920s. It is an application that is commonly used against drywood termite infestation. The process will start by drilling a hole on the infected wood surface. The material will then be injected directly on the wood. Due to the consistency of the material it will travel across the tunnel created by the termite. For this method to be effective, you will need to repeat the whole process for every 5 inches. Usually, the chemicals will remain active inside the wood that will prevent future infestation.

Depending on the type of infestation that you are experiencing, wood injection or soil injection system can help you deal with them. Soil injection is the better solution for the subterranean termites while wood injection is intended for the drywood termite. Call the experts if you want to learn more about your options.