The seasonal changes in Northeast Ohio can make year-round pest control a must even in your home. With TNT Exterminating, residential customers can get reliable, year-round pest prevention service with the TNT Diamond Protection Program. LEARN MORE
Have you been bothered by different pests as the seasons change? In the spring you are ready with your ant spray, but a couple of months later you are bothered by yellow jackets. In Northeast Ohio the bugs that invade your home and yard can change from month to month. In mid-March termites may be a problem. By April it may be carpenter ants, and by May it will be carpenter bees and wasps. Mid summer brings yellow jackets and fleas, which will continue until the first frost, when you need to start worrying about mice and bed bugs.
With TNT’s Diamond Protection Program, you never have to worry, because we adjust each treatment to control the pests that thrive each season. To learn more about how you can get this year-round service, click here.
Whether we are visiting your home on a seasonal basis or providing a one-time treatment for your pest problem, our technicians always follow four key principles when they arrive at your home.
Our specialists always focus on treating your specific problem, but they are on the look out for pests that are commonly found in Northeast Ohio homes. Knowing what to watch for will help you catch pest problems before they become a major infestation. Click on each pest to learn more about habits and prevention.
TNT always uses the latest technology and the most cutting edge treatments to be sure your pest problem is stopped the first time. Once our technicians have identified your problem, they will choose the best treatment to get rid of the pest. Common treatments may be:
Don’t live with bugs! Call TNT today to schedule the best pest control service in Northeast Ohio.
The end of summer does not mean the end of tick season. In fact, ticks are a year-round problem for animals and people alike, and fall can be a big problem as some tend to let their guard down when temperatures cool.
Tick-borne diseases continue to be a concern across the U.S., with cases of Lyme disease growing significantly in the last several years. In Northeast Ohio, the most likely tick to bite dogs, cats or humans in the fall is the black-legged tick, also known Read MoreLearn More
We already know that the return of warm weather to Northeast Ohio brings with it pests that invade our homes, take over our yards and possibly endanger our families. Get ahead of the problem by anticipating the early arrivers and making your home and yard less hospitable.
Ants, including pavement ants, pharaoh ants and carpenter ants, are typically the first spring bugs you will see. They are attracted to food, water and the warmth of your house as many days and nights continue to be cool Read MoreLearn More