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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PESTS – AND WHY.

Ants, rats, bees and more – they’re all around us, thriving and feeding and multiplying day after day. But before you feel overwhelmed or threatened, it’s important to remember that pests have their purpose. And the more you understand their motives and movements, the better you’ll be able to ensure they stay where they belong without damaging or invading your space.

At ScherZinger, we call ourselves pest management professionals for a reason – because that’s what we are. We’re pest control experts who are the best at knowing where, why and when certain pests act as they do. The best at knowing how to change the conditions instead of just reacting to the problem. The best at helping keep them from where they aren’t wanted, like in your home, business or investment. How do we do it? Through continual research, study, experiment and developing of new tactics and successful programs, all with an eye on the safety of your family and the environment:

  • Pest Identification: Your A to Z guide on what’s buzzing, bugging or digging in and around your property. Coming soon!
  • FAQ: A common list of questions and answers from the experts in pest management
  • Pestworld for Kids: A link to games, guides and experiments for teachers and kids of all ages
  • Blog: Keeping you on top of the particulars of the pest world as it evolves and adapts

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From termites to bed bugs, rodents to roaches, no pest is too large or small for the experts at ScherZinger to handle. The difference? We work to fully understand your pest problem from the get-go – and the unique environmental conditions in which it exists – and then apply proven solutions. Send us your problem below, or just give us a call, and let us get to work for you.    Required = *


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