About Bakersfield, CA & Our Pest Control Services
Bakersfield is a city on the Kern River, north of Los Angeles. Displays at the Buena Vista Museum of Natural History focus on geology and paleontology. On the city’s northeastern edge, the California Living Museum explores the state’s flora and fauna and has a reptile house and a touch tank. Northeast, trails wind through the mountains of the Kern River Ranger District, part of Sequoia National Forest.
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Bed Bug Pest Control in Bakersfield, CA
Bedbugs hide in:
- Underneath wallpaper
- Under towels
- Between drape folds
- Behind wall decors
- Behind wooden furnishings
Bedbugs like to strike in the evening and will remain active until just before morning. While lying on an infested bed, bedbugs bite a person’s exposed skin, creating crimson itchy marks. Bed bugs were previously thought to be extinct in the United States, but they’re making a comeback thanks to overseas travelers. The most common places to find them are motels and condominium developments. These bugs may live for a year without eating. This enables them to go from one location to another until they discover a comfy location with food.
Also, they are now residing in couches and may be transferred from house to house utilizing used furniture. Domestic animals with thick hair, such as dogs and cats, provide a great hiding area for bedbugs. Taking public transit, such as buses, trains, and taxis may expose you to bed bugs, which you may then bring home with you. Bedbugs are six-legged parasitic parasites that feed on human and animal blood. They are about a quarter of an inch long and have an oval flat shape. A typical female will lay 5 to 7 eggs each week and produce around 500 eggs throughout the length of her life, which can range from 12 to 75 months. Between 6 and 17 days after being deposited, the eggs mature into nymphs. Pesticides and herbicides have no impact on bed bug eggs.
Termite Pest Control in Bakersfield, CA
Wood-eating termites feed in the soil on decaying plants, trees, and shrubs. A wood-eating termite’s jaws are capable of tearing cellulose material. This capability is what will cause us to be concerned in our own homes. Every day, a normal subterranean termite colony may consume up to 16 grams of wood. This corresponds to around 13 pounds of wood each year. Although subterranean termite workers are just a few millimeters in length, their eating habits are capable of inflicting major property damage. Termites eat the foundations of houses, furniture, cabinets, and even magazines. Subterranean termite dwellings are frequently built underground. In these piles, termites construct complicated tunnel networks and then use earth tunnels to access above-ground wood supply. Drywood termites live within the hardwood they eat and infest walls and furniture. Termites are commonly referred to as “silent destroyers” since they might be found hiding in the home or your yard with no visible signs.
Ant Pest Control in Bakersfield, CA
There are around 270 distinct kinds of ants in California. Ants are more prone to infiltrate homes in cold, damp weather, such as the winter, when they are seeking for a warm place to stay. In Northern California, Argentine ants are one of the most common invaders. The ratio of 300 queens to 1,000 worker ants is not unusual in Argentine Ant colonies. They don’t make a permanent home and instead relocate when a threat is detected. Argentine Ants are known to live in cities because they have a constant supply of water.
Carpenter ants are one of the more large species found in Northern California. They have the same ability to chew through wood like termites, but instead of utilizing it for sustenance, they utilize it to gain access to your property and create their nests. Carpenter ants are so aggressive that they would fight termites to cause structural damage. Carpenter ants can get into your house through firewood since rotten or wet wood is perfect for breeding. Carpenter Ants are capable of biting people due to their size. Carpenter Ants may cause serious structural damage to a building’s structural strength if not dealt with quickly, putting the people who live there at risk.