When your home or workplace has been invaded by unwanted insects and pests, you want to get rid of them as quickly and efficiently as possible. After all, pests like bedbugs can leave painful welts on your body, and ants and cockroaches can cause sanitation issues in your food or water. If a colony of bees, wasps, or hornets has built their nest in your eaves or walls, you run the risk of being stung, which is both painful and dangerous. ABC Humane Wildlife Control and Prevention can provide the professional pest control that you need to get your home or building back to its safe, pest-free state.
Our Pest Removal Methods
More than 40 years of providing pest control services to Illinois property owners, businesses, and municipalities has given us the expertise to employ the most effective and up-to-date pest removal techniques. With this specialized knowledge, each of our trained and licensed employees can accurately identify the type of pest causing the problem, create a plan to remove it from the structure, and take the steps necessary to prevent any future invasions.
Many homeowners make the mistake of trying to remove pests or insect nests on their own. Spraying insecticides on a stinging insect nest can provoke the bees, wasps, or hornets, creating a hazardous situation, and using a chemical to seal off or freeze the nest can actually drive the yellow jackets into your home in an attempt to find an exit. Bedbugs and cockroaches are incredibly persistent and require specific chemicals and techniques to remove them properly and effectively. While you may be tempted to try to remove an insect invader on your own, it’s always best to contact a professional. The qualified technicians at ABC Humane Wildlife have the proper training and equipment to handle and eliminate dangerous insect infestations in the safest manner possible.
Whether it’s wasps, ants, cockroaches, bedbugs, or another pest that has invaded your property, the pest removal specialists at ABC Wildlife are ready and able to eradicate the problem. We’ll even return to the site of the invasion to make sure the pest is gone no matter how many visits it takes.
Pest Control Services for All Unwanted Pests
ABC Wildlife offers pest solutions for all kinds of insects that may try to invade your home, office, or building, including:
- Bees, wasps, and hornets
- Boxelder bugs
- Clover mites
- And more
Our Guaranteed Stinging Insect Pest Prevention Service
With stinging insects such as bees, wasps, or hornets, we believe that the best pest solution is prevention. To help you avoid an unwelcome stinging insect infestation, ABC Wildlife is proud to offer our Preventative Maintenance program.
In our Preventative Maintenance program, our insect specialists treat the areas that are most vulnerable to bee, wasp, and hornet nesting in either an individual treatment or as part of an annual protection plan that’s applied in three applications. With this service, we guarantee that your home will be completely free of nesting bees, wasps, or hornets until spring of the following year. Moreover, if you’re on our plan and you notice a nest forming on your house, we’ll schedule a treatment of the nest within 36 hours at no additional cost.
Our Professional Pest Control Service Area and Hours
Based in Arlington Heights, IL, ABC Humane Wildlife Control and Prevention works with home owners, commercial business owners, property managers, and municipal customers across Chicagoland in neighborhoods such as:
- Arlington Heights, Chicago, Northbrook, Burr Ridge, and Cook County
- Wheaton, Naperville, Hinsdale, Oak Brook, Elmhurst, Warrenville, Glen Ellyn, and all of DuPage County
- Highland Park, Lake Forest, Lake Zurich, Deerfield, and most of Lake County
- Geneva, Batavia, St. Charles, Elgin, and parts of Kane County
Because we realize that there are times when you need emergency pest control, we’re available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to answer your call and schedule your pest treatment immediately. Contact us at 1-847-870-7175 to speak with a bug control specialist at ABC Humane Wildlife Control and Prevention today.