Buddies Exterminating, LLC is a family-owned and operated Las Vegas pest control company serving Las Vegas since 1962! Pest control including cockroaches, spiders, pigeons, rats, ants, scorpions and more!
Our services are available for residents and businesses in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Summerlin, Green Valley, and Mountain’s Edge. Basically we cover all of Clark County, Nevada.
If something is bugging you, call the best pest control service in Las Vegas:
Pest Control Service
Bed bugs in the pillows, earwigs in the garden, cockroaches in the kitchen, termites in the basement and silverfish in the office. Your home is a hotel for insects, many of which emerge only at night and leave no evidence of their burglary. The problem with pests is not necessarily disease, but swelling biodiversity. When termites invade, black widow spiders come to feast. When roaches move in, so do beetles and toads. Unstopped, a small invasion can escalate into an insectarium. Close your doors to pests! Our Las Vegas pest control services help with roaches, spiders, ants, scorpions, crickets, earwigs, silverfish, black widows and whatever else you may find crawling across the Las Vegas valley.
Pigeon Control Service
The U.S. Department of Agriculture considers feral pigeons the most serious invasive bird in America. A pigeon spies an inviting rooftop plot – could be a gutter, eave, cistern, pot, chimney or air conditioning unit. Once he and his mate move in, they breed throughout the year. Neighbors quickly congregate. Given that pigeons can live on grain, berries, spiders, and even garbage, what reason have they to leave? The most hazardous problem with pigeons is their guano. A single bird can produce 25 pounds of waste a year, defacing property, clogging drains, spreading disease and offending noses. Pigeons are vectors of more than 50 contagious diseases and may carry lice, fleas and ticks. Thankfully, there are multiple solutions to pigeon control – or control for any type of bird, for that matter. Our pigeon control services (or any type of bird control) covers spikes, traps, removal and cleanup. This service is typically custom tailored to your specific situation, so please call for more details.
Animal Control Service
House mice arrived alongside European immigrants in the Mayflower and the Godspeed, and they have never left. Mice infestations have been known to eat through electrical wiring, consume human food, nest in attics, and transmit parasites and disease. You deserve a home free from scurrying rats and mice. Unfortunately, small nocturnal creatures are not the only animals that need to be controlled. Some feline experts suggest that more than 70 million feral cats roam the United States. Feral dogs number about 100 million. Both groups dwell in rundown urban areas and near rural farms. Sadly, both animal groups often lack the instincts to survive on their own. We can help. We are available to hire for animal control service should you need help with animal control (mice, rats, squirrels), feral cat removal, dog control or wildlife control.
Bee Removal Service
The fight against wasps is tough. There are more than 20,000 species. The ones you’re probably concerned about are yellow jackets, paper wasp, hornets or mud daubers. Most household wasps belong to the Vespidae family, and they all share the ability to construct nests from wood fiber chewed to a pulp by the wasps themselves. Wasps do a lot of good. Some pollinate, some scavenge, and all help control the insect population. Bees, even more so. Unfortunately, their mission command center often doubles as your garbage can or second-story soffit. Bee stings are painful and long-lasting. Yellow jackets are even worse, and some people suffer from life-threatening anaphlyatic reactions. Don’t try to take out the bees yourself. Get expert help. We can help relocate a honey bee hive or kill a wasp ground nest. Unlike some of our competitors, our prices don’t sting! For routine bee removal service, call or email us to schedule an appointment. For emergency situations, call our Bee Hotline. Don’t see your pest on the list? Give us a call anyways and let us know. Chances are we can still help.