Pest Control Services in Raytown
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Homeowners and business managers alike know how annoying pests can be when they invade your company or your residence. That’s why people who live and work in Raytown rely on the trusted pest control provided by Smithereen Pest Management Services. If you discover irritating rodents, insects, or wildlife plaguing your property, contact us! We can eliminate them and keep them from coming back.
Integrated Pest Management for Raytown
Smithereen employs an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, which is an internationally recognized method for effectively mitigating pest problems without overusing harsh chemicals. It’s considered to be friendly to both people and the environment — and it works exceptionally well at taking care of pests.
Why? IPM is all about extermination and prevention. In addition to evaluating your current pest problems, Smithereen technicians will help address any current conditions that are leading to your infestation and establish a secure perimeter around your property. In general, an IPM pest management plan looks like this:
Smithereen pest control technicians will:
- Comprehensively evaluate your pest problem.
- Find the conditions and causes that are attracting pests.
- Create a special plan for extermination and future pest control.
Some of the various animals that our Raytown customers often reach out about are:
- Bees, hornets, wasps and other insects
- Mice and rodents
- Birds and pigeons
Trusted Pest Control in Raytown
Raytown, Missouri, sprang up almost as an afterthought as pioneers gradually moved from the established East Coast to the flourishing American West. Jackson County — the county that would eventually become Raytown’s home — was originally purchased for the less-than-grand sum of $800 in 1826. (Indeed, a section of the county wasn’t even put up for sale until 1843.) But a continual flow of intrepid souls down the Santa Fe trail slowly swelled the area’s population, despite the efforts of some to discourage its growth. The initial surveyor who marked out Jackson County said that the area was “no good” due to the lack of timber and hardy prairie grasses, but an intrepid blacksmith named William Ray established a shop there. So Raytown was born. Farmers would sell their goods to visiting travelers, but the population would only explode after the construction of a railroad in 1903. Today, nearly 30,000 people call Raytown home, and major employers include the local school district, major national and regional retailers, and utilities.
No matter the nature of your investment in Raytown, it makes sense to have a pest-control plan in place. Smithereen’s common-sense and empirically verified approach means that we can deal with any infestation as quickly as possible. Call us today to learn how we can help!
Raytown, MO zip codes include:
- Timber Valley
- Fairway Hills
- Glen Lake
- Stayton Meadows
- Sterling Gardens
- Sterling Acres
- Riss Lake
- Oldham Farms
- Loma Vista
- Park Famrs
- White Oak
- Fairwood and Robandee