Our Rye Pest Control Exterminator will identify the source of the pest infestation and create a customized treatment plan to eliminate the pests. Let us be your Rye Exterminator that you can Depend On, Give Us A Call Today. (844) 305-8999.
The most common fly for residents of Rye NY are the Drain Fly. Drain Flies are also called moth flies, sewer flies or filter flies. Their bodies and wings are covered with numerous hairs. The muck of gelatinous material that accumulates on the sides of drains and overflow pipes in your home may provide suitable breeding sites. At Dependable Exterminating our Rye Exterminator will treat your drains using any combination of Steam, Bio Degradable Drain Gel, and Insect Growth Regulators to prevent Drain Flies form breeding in these areas. Our nontoxic formula uses naturally occurring enzymes and beneficial bacteria to help break down even the toughest grease, grime and muck. Our Floor and Drain Cleaner is extremely easy to apply and can be used as part of an existing sanitation program to prevent Drain Fly Infestations. If you have a fly infestation call Rye Pest Control Today. (844) 305-8999.
Webbing Clothes Moth
The most common moth found in homes in Westchester County NY as well as in Rye NY is the Webbing Clothing Moth. The Webbing Clothes Moths tend to hide when disturbed, so you might not notice you have a Clothes Moth Infestation until after the moths have already damaged your nice suits, dresses, fabric, fur, or any other feathered items. Close examination of the objects will reveal silken webs the larvae have spun. It’s the Webbing Clothing Moths larvae that is responsible for the damage. Our Trained and NYS Certified Rye Exterminator specializes in eliminating Clothes Moths from your home or business.
The deer tick, also known as the black-legged tick, is the principal vector of Lyme disease and is endemic in New York NY, Westchester County NY, Rockland County NY and in Orange County NY. Deer tick nymphs are typically the size of a poppy seed, 1 to 2 mm in diameter, while adults range from 2 to 3.5 mm and are roughly the size of a sesame seed. An engorged tick may be about 10 mm long. Since Deer ticks require blood from people or animals to survive, ticks in your home will attach themselves to you and start to feed. If you notice you have a Deer Tick Infestation, Give Our Rye Exterminator a Call Today.