We provide preventative pest control services to neighborhoods throughout the Birmingham, AL area.
Birmingham is rich with wooded areas and fresh water creeks. Like many cities in the South, it experiences mild winters and hot, humid summers. While the climate is great for outdoor recreation, it’s also the perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes, ants, and other pests. Luckily, your local Pest Authority team is here help. Our revolutionary Barrier 360 treatment will create a pest-proof shield around your home. Protect your property from unwanted critters today with Pest Authority of Birmingham.
As social creatures, ants work in teams to find sources of food. This is why ant infestations seem to happen overnight. When an ant finds its way into your kitchen, it gets to work leading other members of its colony inside. In Birmingham, ant infestations are most common in the spring, but they can take place year-round. If you see ants in your home, call the experts at Pest Authority. Our Barrier 360 treatment will stop ants in their tracks.
Although most spiders are harmless, Birmingham is home to a few venomous species, including the black widow and the brown recluse. However, even non-venomous spiders still make for bad house guests. Arachnophobia, or the fear of spiders, is one of the most common phobias in the US. If you’d rather not come across these eight-legged critters, be sure to call Pest Authority of Birmingham. We’ll keep all species of spider far away from your property.
Stinging insects like hornets and wasps can be a big problem for Birmingham homeowners. During late spring, these pests build their nests in sheltered outdoor areas like patio roofs. In the winter, some colonies make their way indoors to hibernate. Stings from these insects cause itchiness, redness, and swelling at the site of the sting. Hornets and wasps can be dangerous to small children and those with allergies.
Although most pest infestations require professional help, there are a few preventative measures you can take at home. Try out the following steps to keep your home healthy and pest-free.
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