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All Pest Proz provides pest and wildlife removal services in Central New York. Call us at 315-599-2001. We have listed pests and wildlife most commonly reported by residential and commercial customers.

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Common Pests

BED BUGS

BED BUGS

Bedbugs are a pest that feeds off human blood. They can enter your home by tagging along on luggage or a gym bag. Bed bugs leave humans with red, itchy bites. They infest your home at a rapid rate. It takes more than washing linens in hot water to eradicate them.

COCKROACHES

COCKROACHES

Cockroaches, including American, German, and Oriental cockroaches, are highly adaptable and resilient pests. Cockroaches leave behind droppings that look like soil or coffee grounds. These traces are commonly found near bathrooms, kitchens, damp basements, or attics. They breed disease.

Bees, Wasps, and Hornets

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Bees, Wasps, and Hornets may present a danger to your family but benefit your yard and flowers. So before you spray, contact us, and we can discuss the best ways to keep you and your family safe and nature in balance.

Carpenter Bees and Mortar Bees

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Carpenter Bees and Mortar Bees are destructive and can cause extensive damage to your home, decking, and other wooden structures on your property.

Stink bugs

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Stink bugs appear in the spring and stay as unwelcome guests until the frost. They do not harm people or pests, but they are very annoying. An exterior treatment can help reduce the appearance of stink bugs.

Ants & Carpenter Ants

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Ants & Carpenter Ants cause damage to your home. Treating ants found in your kitchen can be simple, but carpenter ants destroy your home and business structures. If you see them in your home or business, please get in touch with us. Spraying alone will not get rid of carpenter ants.

Termites and Termite Swarmers

TERMITES

Termites and Termite Swarmers are often discovered when a homeowner is renovating or during demolition, termites are found. They are tenacious and destructive. Even after removal, they can return. Termite treatment packages are available to ensure termites do not return to cause more damage.

MOSQUITOS

MOSQUITOS

Mosquitos can spread dangerous diseases such as West Nile Virus, Zika Virus, and Malaria. Proper treatment to eliminate mosquitoes creates a happy and healthy outdoor environment for family and friends.

TICKS

TICKS

Ticks are dangerous to both people and pets. Treatment for ticks should be more than lawn treatment. Ticks leave the lawn in the heat of the summer and survive in the brush and bushes surrounding your yard.

Fleas

FLEAS

Fleas are industrious and survivors. They can lay upwards of 50 eggs per day. The treatment goes beyond a flea bath for your pet. Your home should be treated before the pet returns home. Fleas also carry diseases and can cause illness.

Crawling Insects

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Crawling Insects, including centipedes, millipedes, silverfish, and spiders, can be a nuisance to homeowners and present signs of an infestation. Unfortunately, these are also very common at vacation and lake houses. Ask us about our programs for seasonal treatments!

TERMITES

TERMITES

Termites are often discovered when a homeowner is renovating or during demolition, termites are found. They are tenacious and destructive. Even after removal, they can return. Termite treatment packages are available to ensure termites do not return to cause more damage.

Nuisance Wildlife

Bats

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Bats can gain entry to your home easily and quickly. If you hear a noise in the attic, it can be a group of bats. Outside, they are voracious feeders of mosquitos and insects. Inside your home or attic, they are dangerous. Their droppings, or guano, can leave behind disease and infection. In addition, they are truly nocturnal; you may see them rapidly flying at dawn and dusk.

Rodents

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Rodents, including mice and rats, leave behind filth and disease. They travel easily from outdoors to inside your home, through cracks and between the walls. So if you hear the familiar sound of a scampering noise in the attic, you need to call us. When moving through your home, rodents bring disease to floors, counters, and inside your walls. Trapping is effective, yet finding the entry points into your home is critical.

Squirrels

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Squirrels (Red, Flying, and Grey) and Chipmunks love a nice warm attic in the winter and a cool indoor space in the summer. But unfortunately, they are chewers and can gnaw through wiring and insulation, displaying damage that can result in structural decay or fire.

Moles, Voles & Opossums

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Moles, Voles & Opossums are diggers and, although menacing in appearance, can benefit your yard and garden. However, they are not welcome guests. We offer humane methods of removal.

Raccoons

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Raccoons may have found a home under your house or shed or discovered entry inside your home. They are known to carry disease and rabies. Do not attempt to catch or trap a raccoon. Instead, contact us for an inspection.

Skunks

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Skunks can also live under your home or shed; we all know what happens when threatened! We offer humane options for skunk removal.

Birds

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Birds such as pigeons, woodpeckers, and sparrows enter your attic and nest. Bird droppings carry disease and can cause illness and respiratory problems. Nesting in your insulation requires removal and sterilization to ensure all traces of disease have been removed.

Groundhogs

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Groundhogs appear harmless but can be aggressive and have been known to bite dogs if approached and feel threatened.

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