West Mobile Service Center
With the rise in pest populations, many residents have come to Arrow Exterminators for effective pest control in West Mobile, Alabama. We treat infestations of common household bugs, mosquitoes, bed bugs, and more. And, committed to Going Beyond the Call, we offer more than just bug control. Using the top-of-the-line Sentricon System, we offer residents the same termite control system that is used to protect the White House and other national monuments. If you have critters taking up residence in your attic, our team can provide you with wildlife removal services, and create an exclusion plan to keep them from re-entering your home. Don't let pests take over your home or yard. Contact Arrow Exterminators for a complete pest control or pest prevention plan customized for your home and needs.
9963 Lifeline Court Mobile, AL 36608
9963 Lifeline Court Mobile, AL 36608
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Mobile, AL 36608
Fleas & Ticks
Termites Threat Level
Termites pose an intense threat to homes in our area year-round. Across the southern half of the country, every yard in a suburban neighborhood will likely have at least one and probably multiple colonies of subterranean termites.
Ants Threat Level
This time of year, populations of our local ant species including Argentine Ants, Pharaoh Ants and Odorous House Ants are at their peak and in search of food and water for survival. Homes often provide a great option and a minor problem can rapidly become a major infestation. These pesky pests are extremely difficult for homeowners to control on their own as each species requires a different method of treatment.
Mosquitoes Threat Level
The local population of mosquitoes is at its peak this time of year and these pests are much more than just an incredible nuisance to residents. They present a significant health risk due to diseases they carry like West Nile Virus and Encephalitis which can be transmitted to your family and pets through a single bite.
Fleas & Ticks Threat Level
During the warmest months, flea and tick populations are at their peak in our area. These pests reproduce very quickly and they have become increasingly resistant to common treatment methods which allows the breeding cycle to continue. Additionally, they pose a significant health risk to both humans and pets as any warm-blooded host will do.
Fire Ants Threat Level
Fire ant populations are at their highest this time of year. Keep an eye out for their signature mounds as wandering too close a nest can result in multiple stings from multiple ants in just a matter of seconds. In addition to their painful stings, fire ants can pose a real danger to those who suffer from allergic reactions.
Stinging Insects Threat Level
The local populations of stinging insects like wasps, hornets and yellow jackets are at their highest level this time of year. They present a real danger to residents as attacks send over 500,000 people to the emergency room each year. These pests are very territorial and will attack in large numbers if they feel threatened often resulting in multiple stings by multiple insects in a matter of seconds.
Rodents Threat Level
Rodents like house mice, Norway rats and roof rats are a year-round problem in our area. They can enter your home through almost any opening or crack and reproduce very quickly making them difficult to control. They also transmit bacteria, can cause structural damage and carry fleas, ticks and mites into the home when they move in.
Wildlife Threat Level
Furry pests like squirrels, raccoons and roof rats are most active during the colder months, but can still seek shelter indoors. Signs of these unwanted guests include scratching or scurrying in your walls or attic and droppings found in pantries, along baseboards or in the attic.
Squirrels Threat Level
Squirrels are most active during the colder months, but can still seek shelter indoors. Signs of these unwanted guests include scratching or scurrying in your walls or attic and droppings found in pantries, along baseboards or in the attic.