Pest Control in Ooltewah, TN

Pest Authority in Ooltewah

We provide preventative pest control services to neighborhoods throughout Ooltewah.

  • Mill Run
  • Concord Audobon
  • Gaylon Heights
  • Georgetown Bay
  • Homewood
  • Pine Ridge
  • Royal Harbour
  • Seven Lakes
  • Timber Trace
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Common Pests in Ooltewah, Tennessee

Here in Ooltewah, we experience hot and muggy summers and wet winters. This wet climate brings a variety of bugs that do well in warm, moist environments, including ants, cockroaches, fleas, and spiders.  Without proper attention, these pests can cause a great deal of damage to your Ooltewah property. At Pest Authority of Chattanooga, our technicians are trained to eliminate and prevent pests using our Barrier 360 treatment. Barrier 360 was created with the help of leading pest control scientists, and it is designed with your home in mind. With Barrier 360, your Ooltewah home can stay free of pests all year long! 

Bed Bugs

Bed bugs can make you dread going to sleep. Their name comes from their tendency to nest in bed sheets and mattresses. Most active at night, these tiny, reddish insects feed on human blood, leaving their victims covered in itchy red marks. Don’t put up with these pesky home invaders. Call Pest Authority of Chattanooga for a thorough, long-lasting bed bug removal.

Bees & Stinging Insects

Ooltewah, TN is home to 74 stinging insect species including carpenter bees, sweat bees, European hornets, and red paper wasps. Although bees are an important part of healthy ecosystems, they can be extremely dangerous to those with allergies. Along with other stinging insects like hornets and wasps, bees are liable to swarm in large numbers and will return to their home location if not properly removed.

Cockroaches

Few pests can make homeowners cringe like cockroaches. Cockroaches are known for being difficult to kill, hard to find, and always reproducing. While cockroaches are annoying, they can also spread dangerous allergens and bacteria throughout your kitchen and other areas of your home. Homeowners in Ooltewah know the importance of calling in a professional for a cockroach problem. Our expert technicians are equipped to eliminate cockroach infestations using extremely safe and effective methods. With regularly scheduled treatments, Pest Authority of Chattanooga can protect your home day and night from cockroaches and the damage they can cause. 

Silverfish

Silverfish thrive in damp places like laundry rooms, basements, and bathrooms. These quick, wingless insects are good at scampering just out of reach, frustrating homeowners across our region. They feed on just about anything they can find, such as clothes, wallpaper, rugs, book glue, and dust. You can identify them by their long, ribbed bodies and large antennae.

Spiders

No one wants to find a spider crawling through their home. Banish spiders to the outdoors for good with Pest Authority’s Barrier 360 preventative treatments. Our customized treatment creates a powerful wall around your home to stop spiders from ever making their way in. Trust your Ooltewah Pest Authority team to keep your home safe and free from spiders around the clock! 

DIY Tips for preventing these pests

Are you ready to get serious about insect and rodent prevention? Homeowners in Ooltewah can protect their home with these simple tips: 

  • Trim foliage, shrubs, and low-hanging tree branches away from your home and garage.
  • Wash you family's bedding on a regular basis - don't forget your pets' bedding.
  • Plant basil, mint, marigolds, or citronella grass to ward off mosquitos, flies, and ants from your property.
  • Keep your gutters clean and unobstructed.
  • Maintain a dry storage environment in basements and garages.
  • Keep windows and doors closed and fit them with proper screens.
  • Remove trash from your home daily and place it in a secure trash can with a well-fitted lid.

Ooltewah is a cozy town situated outside the city of Chattanooga, TN. Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Ooltewah is around 10 miles from the Tennessee River. As of the 2010 census, the town had a population of just 687. The town’s name derives from a Native American word typically translated to mean “water town,” "principal ground," and “owl’s roost.” Ooltewah’s boarders overlap with the neighboring town of Collegedale.

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