Maryland Pest Control

Pest Control In Maryland

With a diversified economy, some of the country’s most historic landmarks, and over 4,000 miles of shoreline, there are a lot of reasons for people to want to live here. Unfortunately, due to our coastal nature and humid climate, there are also a lot of reasons for pests to settle in, which is why it’s important to seek out quality Maryland pest control. The professionals at Delmar Pest Control serve Maryland as well as surrounding areas in Delaware and Pennsylvania, and we can help you keep pests out of your home and business. 

Residential Pest Control In Maryland

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Everyone deserves a home that is their sanctuary from the world, but a pest infestation takes away the security we’re meant to feel in our homes. Luckily, the experts at Delmar Pest Control are licensed, certified, and insured to help you take back your home from pests. For reliable and affordable home pest control that includes free inspections, odorless and non-toxic treatments, and same-day service, call Delmar Pest Control.

Commercial Pest Control In Maryland

Just as Maryland residents need to safeguard their homes from pests, Maryland businesses need to do the same. At Delmar Pest Control, we can provide ongoing commercial pest management regardless of your industry. We offer powerful protection against a wide variety of area pests and know how to solve pest issues and keep them from coming back. We are so confident we can keep pests out of your Maryland business that we offer a full money-back guarantee if you are not 100% satisfied with our services. Our operator is available 24/7. Call today to schedule your free inspection and get started with commercial treatments.

How To Tell If Your Maryland Property Has A Termite Problem

Termites are tricky to spot and often cause extensive damage before homeowners are aware of their presence. To catch a termite problem early, you need to be aware of some key signs of their presence, including: 

  • Mud tubes: Termites use these small tunnels to travel between different places without being exposed to the open air. They are about the width of a pencil and can often be seen on the foundation walls of affected homes.
  • Termite swarmers: Reproductive termites, or alates, will emerge from the nests to mate and start new colonies in a process called swarming. Following the swarm, termites will shed their wings which are often found in piles around doors and windows.
  • Blistering wood and peeling paint: Often, hints of termite damage resemble water damage. If you are noticing these signs and there’s no source of moisture, termites are likely to blame.
  • Wood that sounds hollow: Termites consume wood from the inside out. If the wood in your home sounds hollow when tapped, termites could be the reason.

Unfortunately, all of these signs of termites appear only after significant damage has occurred. To identify termite issues before they become a significant problem, annual termite inspections from a professional termite control company are advised. The experts at Delmar Pest Control can help with both the prevention and extermination of termites in Maryland. 

Three Easy Tricks To Keep Problematic Wildlife Away From Your Maryland Property

Wildlife animals are beautiful out in nature or at a distance, but on your property or inside your home, there is no end to the number of problems they can cause. From aggressive behavior to contamination and health risks and damage to your property, you’ll want to do your best to keep wildlife from settling on your Maryland property. The top three ways to do this include:

  1. Don’t feed them. This may seem obvious, but many people fail to realize that bird feeders attract more than just birds, outdoor pet food can be pilfered, and our trash can easily become a feast for hungry raccoons. To keep from attracting wildlife to your property, it’s important to really think about what sources of food are available, both the obvious and the not so obvious, and remove them from temptation. 
  2. Wildlife needs water. Similarly, we can often offer wildlife ample sources of water without even realizing it. It’s important to mitigate standing water on your property as much as possible, maintain good drainage, and fix leaks as they occur.
  3. Don’t let them in. This one is easier said than done. Obviously, we don’t want to provide wildlife with ways to enter our homes, but they can often fit through the smallest cracks and crevices. It’s important to check over your property on a regular basis to ensure there are no new ways animals could be accessing your home. Be sure to check around utilities, eaves, and doors and windows.

If you can keep animals from getting too close to your Maryland property, you’ll be one step ahead. However, if you are struggling with a wildlife pest, the experts at Delmar Pest Control can help to safely remove any existing populations and prevent them from returning in the future. 

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