What we do...
We view working inside our ecosystem as a crucial piece of being an environmentally responsible company. As such, we incorporate the IPM methodology into how we work. IPM means we assess and monitor pest activity to target areas directly needed for controlled population. What this means is that we don't lay down an unnecessary amount of chemicals to destroy desired insects while removing unwanted bugs from where you live and work.
We are also bee keepers. We love bees! They are so vitally important to the world we live in. The sad truth is...their numbers are on the decline. Even though we are an extermination company, we go out of our way to protect these ladies. Here at R6, we have bees on our premesis that we have rescued. We allow these beauties to live in peace and we encourage them to grow and multiply.
Here's how we can help you.
Bed Bug Control
R6 Pest Control LLC is committed to getting the job done, especially when it comes to eradicating bed bugs from your premesis. These tiny vampires are a risk to healthy living and we have the knowledge and skills to protect your family and/or place of business.
Termites can be a voracious, wood destroying insect. Often times you won't even know they are present unless you've had a very thorough inspection. Termites primarily swarm in the spring, but this can occur any time of the year.
Cockroaches and Rodents
Cockroaches and rodents are seriously dangerous pests that carry a variety of diseases, from hantavirus to salmonella. They can contaminate food and virtually anything with which they come into contact. These critters move in and don't move out, unless escorted by our highly trained and experienced service technician.
Wild Life Removal and Occasional Invaders
You name it, we can remove it. From skunks and snakes to raccoons and opossums. Whether they've invaded your yard, your attic, or your bathroom, we have the tools and expertise to remove these unwanted pests. We relocate these creatures as far from people as we can. If interested, ask about the time we had to remove a squirrel that had fallen into a toilet.