Complete Pest Control Services offers prompt, effective, and guaranteed service at a affordable price. Complete Pest Control Services' technicians have over 20 years experience in both residential and commercial pest control. They are state certified and hold certifications from Purdue University, Texas A&M University, and AIB Food Safety/Hygiene. Complete Pest Control Services are fully insured.
I began to work with CPCS since 2005. Russ has performed all of the pest control work for my clients as well as for my personal residence. He has always displayed the highest level of prefessionalism and courtesy and has always been neat and meticulous in his work. I have and would continue to recommend CPCS for all of my pest control needs.Don Long, Owner Long Construction Co.
Complete Pest Control Services are designed to meet the needs of our customers on an individual basis. We will not lock you into pricey umbrella contracts covering pests you don't have. We determine our price based on your specific pest problem, what needs to be done to solve your problem, and any other concerns you may have. Complete Pest Control Services accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards!
Russ Rusiski and Complete Pest Control Services have performed various pest control services for me at several locations over the past several years. Russ is on time, professional, thorough, courteous, and clearly explains what will be done and what expectations will be seen. I am satisfied with his work and recommend Complete Pest Control Services for any pest control concerns.Rosemary Sirianni Home Owner
I have been associated with Russ Rusiski and Complete Pest Control Services since 2005. Russ has performed pest control work at my properties as well as for my own residence. Russ is always prompt, courteous, professional and effective. I highly recommend Complete Pest Control Services for all pest control needs.Lynn White, Owner Potter White Property Management
A small, scaly-tailed mouse with a distinct notch in the cutting surface of upper incisors (seen best in side view); hair short; ears moderately large and naked; upperparts ochraceous, suffused with black; belly buffy white, or buffy, usually without speckling and with slaty underfur; yellowish flank line usually present; tail brownish with black tip, not distinctly bicolor, but paler on underside; ears pale brown, feet drab or buffy, tips of toes white. Mammae in four or five pairs.
Subterranean termites are social insects that live in colonies that may contain hundreds of thousands of individuals. Termite colony members are dispersed throughout the soil and can extend underground tunnels tens to hundreds of feet to reach feeding sites. Each termite colony contains three forms or castes, which are the workers, soldiers, and reproductives. These castes are physically distinct and perform different tasks in the termite society. Workers are the most numerous individuals in a termite colony, and they are the termite caste that actually eats the wood. These sterile individuals forage for food and water, construct and repair shelter tubes, feed and groom other termites, care for eggs and young, and participate in colony defense.
Carpenter ants are large, black ants sometimes with dark brown or dark red areas. All carpenter ants belong to the large and diverse genus Camponotus. The reproductive (winged) stage can be as large as 3/4" (20mm) long while workers are generally 1/4" (6.5mm)-1/2" (13mm) in length. Damage to our homes and other structures occurs when these powerful ants excavate and enlarge their cavity nests to make room for a growing colony. Unlike termites, another important structural insect pest, carpenter ants do not eat wood. They forage outside the colony for food.