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Our Services

  • General Pest Control

    We offer a comprehensive pest control program that covers the most commonly found pests in and around homes in Louisiana. It is also flexible enough to address the occasional issues that are a nuisance to us all at one time or another. With all of our services the concern for effectiveness is matched only by our concern for safety as it relates to the homeowner and their family.

    As with any service we provide, a thorough inspection both inside and outside the home is key to providing quality service. The findings of this inspection will tell the pest control professional all the information they need to select the most effective method of treatment for your home. Of course, the type of pests is the most important fact. However, other factors that go into selecting a treatment method are location, time of year, and certainly input from you the homeowner.

    Lastly, one of the most important facets of a successful pest control program is collaboration between the pest control professional and the homeowner. We will communicate to you the results of our inspection, the treatment that was performed, and any new conditions that might be conducive to any pest population. Likewise we will need you to communicate to us any issues you might have noticed so that we can adjust the treatment when necessary.

    Through proper treatment and good communication, Pro's Pest Control can help you maintain a pest free environment for you and your family.
  • Roaches

    Cockroaches have been reported to spread several kinds of bacteria, parasitic worms, and many other types of human pathogens. Cockroaches are one of the most common problematic household pests and among the hardiest insects there is. With so many different breeds of roaches there are many different treatment options.

    General preventive measures against cockroaches include keeping food stored in sealed containers, using garbage cans with a tight lid, frequent cleaning in the kitchen, and regular vacuuming. Any water leaks or dripping taps should also be repaired. All entry points should be sealed off, such as holes around baseboards, in between cabinets, pipes, doors, and windows, using steel wool or copper mesh and some cement, putty, or silicone caulk.
  • Ants

    Ant infestation is the most common pest problem reported. These tiny scavengers will enter your home or business looking for moisture and an accessible food source. Sometimes, rotting or damp wood that has mold damage can also attract ants. These tiny insects also feed on sugar, cheese, meats, vegetables, grease, peanut butter, and dead insects.

    Ants often enter a home through cracks around windows or doors, but they can find numerous entrances to your home or building. Once inside, the growing ant colony can become a problem quickly, as ants mature from juveniles to adults within a matter of days.

    Treatment is most effective when it is performed near the nest. We are ready to evaluate the extent of your ant infestation and give you a free estimate. We use the minimum amount of the correct treatment designed for a particular type of insect - to give you the fastest and best results possible.
  • Rodents

    Mice and rats can become a genuine problem when they are in your home. They like to be near humans so that they have a ready supply of food. This has earned them the term "commensal," which means 'to share one's table'.

    The class of creatures called "rodents" actually encompasses a whole lot more than just mice and rats. It refers to any animal whose incisor teeth continue to grow, and so they must continue to gnaw in order to keep them under control.

    There are more than 2,200 different rodents, and together they make up more than 40% of all mammals. In this group you will find: mice, rats, squirrels, capybaras, nutria, chipmunks, prairie dogs, and many more.

    Removing rodents can sometimes be as easy as setting a mouse trap; but a larger infestation (especially with rats or larger rodents) can be a real problem. Rats, especially, are smart and can learn to avoid traps.


Rodents can carry up to thirty-five diseases that humans are succeptible to, which is another reason to get rid of them as soon as possible. Cleaning up after a rodent infestation also requires a great deal of caution. This is necessary because of the possibility of fleas or mosquitoes - which can also bring those diseases indirectly to you, your children, or your pets. There is also a danger involved if you stir up the dust of their nest, as well, and breathe in some of that bacteria.


Rodents can also damage your home or business, too. They can chew through some types of siding and other building materials, and are well known to chew on electrical lines; thus, increasing the possibility of a fire. They damage other places as well, and create holes and gnaw on numerous objects - especially on food or food containers.

    Removing rodents can be difficult, but we are experts who can do all the work for you. This includes identifying their nesting areas, their feeding places, and knowing how to eliminate them from your property. Proper cleanup is also performed, too, ensuring that you and your family are safe from possible future problems.

    If you have rodents in your home or on your property, why not call us now and get a free estimate. Let us eliminate the guesswork, and bring our knowledge to quickly bring your pest problem under control.
  • Fleas

    There are many steps that need to be taken to gain control of fleas. This requires a joint effort between the homeowner and the technician. The first step is to have the homeowner create as much visible floor space as possible. Once this has been done a complete cleaning of the floor area through vacuuming and moping, throwing away the vacuum bag or cleaning out the canister when done. The homeowner is to then remove all pets and vacate the home for a minimum of 4 hours after treatment has been applied. Depending on the severity of the infestation, more than one treatment may be necessary.