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What Our Customers are Saying

  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Keeps our home free of unwanted pests and responds quickly when we have issues.

    – Deeann Arey
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Left a detailed report of what he’d done. Locked the door on his way out as we requested. Took care with our two cats making sure they did not get out.

    – Kathline Feid
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Ray was very thorough. Efficient and very knowledgeable. Ray explained in detail his findings.

    – Bill Dubois
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Mike was very thorough, professional and answered all my questions. It was a pleasure.

    – Judy Leblanc

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Modern Pest Services employs a method called integrated pest management (IPM) in its HomeCare Green service for residential customers and its ecocare service for commercial customers.

Spring Pests

Spring Pests – Pests are on the move in the Spring. We’ll stop carpenter ants and other springtime pests in their tracks by applying a protective barrier around the perimeter of your home to prevent these pests from getting in.

Summer Pests

Summer Pests – Stinging insects such as wasps, yellow jackets and hornets can be a major health concern for many who are allergic to their sting. We’ll take action to prevent nesting by treating along the eaves of your home, under siding and beneath porches, decks and patios.

Autumn Pests

Fall Pests – When the weather gets cold out, pests such as mice, rats and cluster flies move in causing potential problems for your home and family. We’ll be ready with strategically placed rodent stations and insect monitors to protect against fall pests.

Winter Pests

Winter Pests – Though pests may not often be seen in the winter, we know where they like to live, breed and hibernate. We’ll provide targeted treatments during the cold winter months to help you avoid problems in the spring when these pests wake up again.