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Lawrenceville Pest Control - Termites - Bed Bugs

Indoor Pest Control
Services For All Indoor Pests - Bed Bug Control Specialists  -Food Service Specialists - Fly Control Services 
Flea, Tick, Scorpion & Spider Control - Fly Light Maintenance Programs 

Termite Control
5 Star Termite Treatment Featuring Termidor - Subterranean, Formosan, & Drywood Termites
Pre-construction Treatments - Powderpost Beetle Specialists - Real Estate Inspection Reports 

Outdoor Services
Mosquito BackPack Lawn Treatment - Fire Ant Control Service - Animal Exclusion & Proofing 
Rodent Control Service  

We have several annual pest control package programs to help keep the bugs away at reduced prices:

Annual Gold Treatment
This treatment includes:
            4 Quarterly General Treatments
            1 Attic Dust or Baiting
            4 Quarterly Perimeter Sprays
            1 Rodent Treatment
            4 Quarterly Eave Sprays
            1 Pharaoh Ant treatment
            1 German Roach treatment

 Clark Pest Remedy will warranty all treatments for a period not to exceed one year for all general crawling insects with the exception of wood-destroying insects,bed bugs and fleas/ticks. Estimates start at $320** and up for a 2000 sq.ft. home.

Annual Platinum Treatment

 This treatment includes:
            1 General Pest Treatment
            1 Attic Dust or Baiting
            4 Quarterly  Perimeter Sprays
            1 Rodent Treatment
            4 Eave Sprays
            1 Pharaoh ant treatment
            1 Fire AntTreatment
            1 Flea/Tick treatment
            1 German Roach treatment  
Clark Pest Remedy will warranty all treatments for a period not to exceed one year for all services listed with the exception of Termites. Estimates start at $400** and up for a 2000 sq.ft. home.
Call us anytime, we are here to answer any question you may have!


Wildlife Control

Wildlife is a wonderful part of nature and the Beautiful outdoors. However, most people today want wild animals to remain outdoors rather than in their houses. This covers how to prevent wildlife animals from entering a home structure and discusses what to do when an animal pest has already found its way into a structure.
It is important to identify all the major points of entry which exist in many homes. 

Clark Wildlife will provide a checklist for analyzing a residence to ensure there are no vulnerable places on the home’s exterior.

The Chimney many wildlife pests can get your house via the chimney and most creatures will get trapped inside the chimney if they don’t escape through the fireplace.
In actuality, only Raccoons and Bats can get out of chimneys once they enter from the very best. Even if pests can not access a house throughout the fireplace, more frequently than not, the creature will die inside the chimney. No one needs a dead, rotting animal stuck in their chimney walls. An easy solution to keep animals out of chimneys would be to set up a chimney cap at the top.

Attics – The attic is probably the most noted area in a house for larger, wildlife pests to take up shelter. Also make certain to look at the intersecting point of roof and trim for damage and be  [Window, Attic, Wood, Architecture, House] sure that the screening over exhaust vents is intact. It is extremely common for larger animal pests to break right through these screens.

Roofs & Siding – Use a ladder to get close enough for proper inspection of a home’s roof and siding. It is most often that damage to a homes exterior happens closer to the top of a home’s siding near the roof because this is where homeowners least notice wear and tear.

These are the most common locations on a residential home where wildlife pests access the inside of a home. Checking for access points isn’t the only examining that needs to be performed.
Any openings found should be tested for wildlife activity by blocking the hole with some loose material which may be pushed out such as paper towels. If three days go by without the paper towels being pushed aside, there is probably not any wildlife that gained access through the holes.
Once any wildlife pests find their way into a residence, the worst response a homeowner can make is to repair the entry points. Doing this will prevent the animal from being able to leave and this presents many issues that are counterproductive to the ultimate objective of finding the wildlife back into the wild.
Approaching wildlife pests found in homes should be done with extreme care.  Animals in the wild are sometimes carriers of disease, many of which can be quite bad for humans. Also, animals often use shelter in homes to offer a safe location to give birth to young. Wildlife pests are more prone to acting aggressively when they have young to protect.
For these reasons, Pests should be trapped and removed from houses by professional wildlife control personal. In addition to local government services, there are many private business establishments that specialize in the removal of wildlife pests.

For All Of Your Bed Bugs, Pest Control and Termite Needs
in Lawrenceville, Georgia

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    K9 Bed Bug Dogs
    This Is Abby. She loves work.
    Our Bed Bug Dogs love to work. Its like playing a game to them except they are very serious. They are very accurate due to the fine training and calibration of our Handler William Hudson and his 3 Dogs - Lilly, Aaron, and Abby.
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    Thermal Remediation
    Electric Heat
    Our Thermal Remediation Units have a built in Generator that supplies the power for the Electric Heaters.
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    Bed Setup
    We use Fans to Force Heat
    We set the Beds up similar to a tent and force Heat using Fans into the cloth and Bed Areas. Bed Bugs can not withstand temperatures above 118 degrees. We heat at 130 to 135 degrees and hold it for 3-4 hours.
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    Multi-Unit K9 Sweeps
    We Charge by the Unit
    You can hire our K9 team to do multiple units such as Highrise Apts or Hotels. Assisted Living or Nursing Homes. Duplexes Or Condos. Any high risk multi unit property can save money by catching them before they spread to other units.
We offer Multi-Unit discounts for K-9 Inspections. This is very useful for Hotels, Apartments, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes, Group Homes, Summer Camps, Dormitories, and any other transient home environments.

We can schedule an appointment to evaluate and give an estimate for inspections using "Our Sensor Bed Bug K9 Team". They are specially trained k('sthat only alerts to live Bed Bug Activity. By using their keen sense of smell they are able to more proficiently determine whether activity is present or absent.
 These dogs have been on numerous television shows over the years and have accomplished some amazing tasks.
How can a dog be trained to find Insects?  A dog's sense of smell is their main sense. We
as humans think in terms of vision because that is our main sense.
When you go home after work and there is spaghetti cooking and you open the door you smell the spaghetti however the dog smells all of the ingredients of that spaghetti seperately almost like a rainbow. We use non-intimidating dogs and they naturally love to hunt. They can get into tight areas and are easily groomed. The fact that they are cute is also nice.

I have completed thousands of inspections using dogs to find termites and bed bugs with amazing results throughout Georgia. By using the dog as a tool they can pinpoint the area of infestation so that we can eliminate the infestation with little or no pesticide depending on the findings. 

Call us today at 770-957-1915 to schedule and inspection!
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We have been a Member of IBBRA for Many Years. This is an International Organization of Bed Bug Experts that share our knowledge and expertise. We also can help solve problems in the community by giving much needed education  to combat the widespread of bed bugs in our society.. 

Aaron the Bed Bug Dog during a Practice Session