Ants have a wide variety of nesting habits and food preferences. Some ants build nests in soil, producing characteristic mounds while others nest in homes behind moldings, baseboards, countertops, and similar places. Still other ants nest in decaying or moisture damaged wood. Ants feed on different types of food, including starches, meats, fats, and sweets. Ants also feed on honeydew, a sweet liquid produced by aphids and scale insects. Knowledge of ant food and nesting preferences is very important in controlling ant colonies.
The first technique in our mosquito control program is identifying mosquitos then treating the water where mosquito larvae develop (larviciding). We then forcus on killing adult mosquitoes (adulticiding). In some areas of Georgia, there can be wet areas adjacent to your property that create excellent larval mosquito habitats. In this case we larvicide the closest larval habitats where mosquito larvae are present then apply a repellent / adulticide around the area you are trying to protect. Try our Mosquito Service today!
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Their Solution works!!! I was experiencing House Centipedes and Waterbugs almost daily. I called other companies other but could not easily make a appt. This company actually has someone that picks up the phone. I was able to make a next day appt. It’s been 2 months and I have not seen a alive Waterbug or House Centipide since!!! Technician was prompt and professional. I will definitely use this Company ongoing!! - Alena B.
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Based on 146 Reviews
As a shop owner it was very important that no harsh chemicals are used in my kitchens and studio, to have an exterminating company to use all natural clean products gives me peace of mind. They are always on time, and take time out to explain what's going on, you can't go wrong using this company.- Lameeka E.
Do you offer pest control services near me?
Our skilled team of exterminators, pest control specialists, and rodent removal experts are available throughout metro Atlanta. From east to west, north to south, we provide pest control services in most nearby areas including suburbs like Decatur, Dunwoody, Flowery Branch, Marietta, Roswell and Sandy Springs.
What kind of pests and rodents can you help me get rid of?
We help Atlanta and Metro Atlanta residents eliminate a wide range of insects, pests, and rodents. From ants and spiders, to mice and rats - we've got you covered. Take a look at a list of the most common pests we deal with.
What seasonal pests should I be aware of?
Here in the Metro Atlanta area we have very distinct seasons and each one brings a whole new set of bugs and insects. Here are some of the most common:
What are common signs of an insect infestation in my home?
Depending on the type of insects living in your home, there are a variety of signs of an infestation to watch out for. Some early signs can be surprisingly subtle, so you may not even notice them at first glance. Our team of trained pest control technicians will look for things like:
How do I know what kind of insects are in my house?
If you know you have a bug problem in your home, but aren't sure what kind, we can help. Our Pest Library can help you to identify the pests that are bugging you. Here in the Southeast, specifically Metro Atlanta, there are hundreds of bugs and insects in the area. Surprisingly, each type of insect usually requires a different approach to treatment and removal. Our expert pest control specialists will work with you to review your insect problem and find the best solution.
Bugs are eating my clothes, what do I do?
Here in Metro Atlanta, clothes moths and silverfish can get into the dark corners of your closet and chew away at your clothes. Don't let these gabric pests overrun your closet and ruin your clothes! There are some natural remedies for avoiding these problems:
How do I get rid of ants in my house?
Ant infestations are a common problem for homeowners. Thankfully, there are easy ways to manage this issue. The best way to get rid of ants naturally is to:
How do I get rid of rodents in my home without poison?
The best way to get rid of rodents naturally, without poison, is to use powerful rat traps to effectively and humanely remove them from your home.
Do I have to leave my home when your exterminators are working?
Not at all! Here at Nature's Own Exterminating, our treatments are safe. In fact, we provide the most eco-friendly, green pest control services in the area! You do not have to leave your home during a pest treatment. Our eco-friendly, green pest control treatments are minimally toxic and safe for people of all ages, cats, dogs and most other pets.
Is your pest control treatment safe for pets?
Absolutely! We only use eco-friendly, green products to treat your sensitive insect and pest problems. All of our treatmens use active ingredients that are at an extremely low percentage, typically 1/2 of 1%, with the spray solution (if used) being 99.5% water. You don't have to worry about your pets or family.
What bugs and insects are dangerous to my pets?
If your are dealing with a pest infestation in your home, it could be putting your pet at risk. There are a variey of pests in and around Metro Atlanta, that can be dangerous to your pets. These include:
Are your exterminators licensed and insured?
Of course! You should avoid any Atlanta Metro area green pest control company that employs exterminators who are not. All our exterminators are licensed and insured in Georgia. Furthermore, we provide the best training available to our entire team, including helping them improve their leadership and customer service skills.
How do we get started?
Ready to get rid of the bugs and pests in your Metro Atlanta are home? We'll make the process easy. Just contact us online or give us a call and we will, in many cases, right away do a general assessment, determine the best solution and give you an estimate.
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*NO LONG TERM CONTRACTS!
Unlike most service providers, Nature's Own does not require long term service agreements. Although some plans are ongoing, we also offer one time 60 day, 6 month, as well as 12 month programs. We have specifically designed our programs around the convenience of our customer...you!
*NO HARSH CHEMICALS!
Botanical insecticides are naturally occurring chemicals (insect toxins) extracted or derived from plants or minerals. They are also called natural insecticides. Plant essential oils are technically chemicals as well.