Pantry Pests

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pantry pestPantry Pests come from outside sources such as supermarkets, feed supply stores, etc., The larvae of the adult insect lives inside the pieces of rice, grains, cereal, and other products that you bought at the grocery store. Because the sanitation requirements for processing are less in animal foods, stored product pests (pantry pests) are found especially in dog food and bird feed.

Pantry Pests hide in the food, and their eggs can be in the food and packaging as well. Therefore, most people do not know that they have these little creatures in their food until they see the adults floating in their cereal bowl, or crawling – flying around in their cabinets.

The most important aspect of treating for pantry pests is to find and eliminate the source(s), and preventing future re-infestations from occurring by placing the product(s) in heavy duty plastic containers or refrigerating them if possible.

Pantry Pests treatments may also consist of using phermone attractant bait, treating the shelving areas, including cracks and crevices, and other harborage areas.

At Reynolds Pest Management, Inc., we can help prevent the problem. Using state-of-the-art equipment and methods, our licensed exterminators will inspect your home’s environment and construction to identify the problem and determine the best course of action.

Count on Reynolds Pest Management, Inc. to protect your home and prevent future infestations.

Why Hire Reynolds Pest Management?

When it comes to treating for pantry pests we will give you a plan to prepare, and what to expect.

We use only the highest quality products for controlling pantry pests for better results and safety.

We can give you references of other Pantry Pest jobs we have done.

We are Licensed, Bonded, and Insured.

Finally, we are committed to providing a quick, affordable, and most importantly, effective solution to your pest problem, and we take every measure to protect your and your family’s safety throughout the process. Call Us Today!

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