Pest Control & Exterminators in Brooklyn

As a trusted local name in pest control, Amco Pest Services has dealt with nearly every type of pest in Brooklyn. We receive many service calls to treat infestations or provide preventative maintenance treatments every month. In a crowded city, pest control is an important consideration for homeowners, landlords and business owners. These are a few of the most problematic pests in Brooklyn.

Ants

These tiny invaders look for crumbs or any unprotected food supply. They can be nuisances in a home, and ants can be detrimental to a company's reputation if the business serves or sells food. We know how to track down hard-to-find ant colonies and quickly eliminate them. To learn more about our ant control services, click here.

Bedbugs

Bedbugs are tiny flat brown pests that feed off of human blood. They earned their name because they like to hide under sheets or mattresses and wait until humans are asleep to bite. Bedbugs may also hide in the carpet or under furniture. Since they multiply quickly and can live months without a blood meal, they are hard to eradicate. Although bedbugs are elusive, you may notice telltale signs of them such as shed exoskeletons, reddish dirt-like excrement or a musky smell in one location. Also, their bites usually leave red bumps that appear in a straight row. Bedbugs are easy to spread to workplaces, schools and other homes. To learn more about our bed bug control services, click here.

Stinging Pests

Bees and wasps can live outdoors or even behind the walls in buildings. Stings are painful, and some people experience life-threatening allergic reactions to stings. Never try to remove a beehive or a wasp nest. Bees should be relocated since they are endangered pollinators. We have the equipment and skills to do this, and we can remove wasp nests to keep you from being stung. To learn more about our bee and wasp control services, click here.

Rodents

Mice and rats are common in the city. They can chew through boxes or other paper products used to package food. While they increase your grocery bill and rob you of your peace of mind, the biggest danger is how unsanitary they are. Rats and mice drop feces everywhere and urinate on carpet or furniture. Rats may carry listeria in their urine. Unfortunately, they often find their way into HVAC systems. When they urinate in there, the spores from their urine circulate throughout your home or business. If mice in your home are deer mice, their droppings may contain hantavirus, which is potentially fatal. Both pests are especially detrimental to businesses. To learn more about our rodent control services, click here.

Termites

There are several types of termites. Some feed on dry wood such as support beams, wallpaper and other paper products. Dampwood termites feed off of trees, shrubs and any type of wet wood. Subeterranean termites are some of the most destructive pests in the state. They multiply fast and are aggressive. Many people do not discover a termite infestation until it is expansive. Wood that sounds hollow where it should normally sound solid may be a sign that termites are feasting on it behind the walls.

Gnawed wood and piles of shed wings are signs of an infestation. Also, you may notice dirt tubes along the outside of a building. Termites build these to enter a home under the foundation or through a crack in the wall. Drywood termites usually enter through cracks under doors or along windows. If you suspect termites, call a professional immediately. Delaying treatment even by a week can wind up costing you thousands more in damages. To learn more about our termite control services, click here.

Trust The Professionals

At the first sighting of a pest, call Amco Pest Services. We provide prompt inspections and give you a free service quote. From cockroaches and ants to raccoons and rats, we know how to get rid of any common Brooklyn pest. Our company uses the highest quality of products and employs the most effective methods. For an infestation removal or preventative pest treatments, contact us today.