Providing Prevention Measures To Prevent Future Termite Infestations
Termites are one of the most destructive pests that can infest your home or business.
They can cause significant damage to the structural integrity of your property and can be difficult to detect until it’s too late. This is where Unipest Pest Control specializing in termite control can help. Continue reading
Protect Your Home From Termites
Termites can cause serious damage to your home, leading to costly repairs and safety hazards.
Unipest Pest Control in Santa Clarita specializing in termite control can help you protect your home from these destructive pests. Continue reading
For Organic Termite Control In Santa Clarita, Unipest’s Orange Oil Gets The Job Done Right
Unipest’s Cardon Ellis explains how the pest control company’s organic orange oil is good news for termite control in Santa Clarita.
Cardon Ellis of Unipest recently documented an orange oil treatment on camera, showing how the Santa Clarita pest control company eradicates termites using natural methods. Continue reading
Santa Clarita Pest Control Business Explains Importance Of Beehive Removal
A Santa Clarita pest control company describes how aggressive bees pose a danger to people and pets, and how beehive removal can mitigate that danger.
Unipest, a Santa Clarita pest control company, explained how they can help home- and business-owners protect themselves, their customers and nearby pets by removing or exterminating beehives. Continue reading
Unipest Approaches Termite Control In Santa Clarita From Eco-Friendly Perspective
Offering an alternative to traditional fumigation, Unipest uses a specially-formulated orange oil for termite control in Santa Clarita.
Santa Clarita pest control company Unipest has long focused on using organic, eco-friendly methods to solve residents’ pest problems. As a part of this focus on natural pest control methods, Unipest offers an orange oil treatment for termite control in Santa Clarita. Continue reading
Need Residential Pest Control In Santa Clarita? Unipest Is Here To Help
If you need residential pest control in Santa Clarita for ants, spiders or other pests that you’ve noticed around your home, Unipest can help with a wide range of eco-friendly services.
The experts from Unipest can conduct an inspection and make an individualized treatment plan tailored to fit your home’s specific situation, whether that be for bi-monthly, monthly or one-time services. Continue reading
3 Ways To Identify Termites With Santa Clarita Pest Control Company Unipest
Residents interested in identifying potential termite infestations at their homes themselves can learn from the Santa Clarita pest control experts at Unipest.
“Right now it is the termite season,” said Owner Cardon Ellis. “When you get 77 or above degree nighttime temperatures followed by moisture, even from sprinklers or rain or whatever, boom, they just come out by the thousands.” Continue reading
How Orange Oil Kills Termites
If you’re reading this, chances are you suspect that you have drywood termites in your home.
At Unipest we offer Santa Clarita residents the most eco, family and pet friendly options for this, like Orange Oil. Orange oil is the most natural extermination technique available.
But how does Orange Oil work? My answer to this is something called the capillary effect. Continue reading
Frequently Asked Questions About Termite Control In Santa Clarita
Question: Is it safe for me and my kids?
Answer: All of our treatment protocols and our products are eco-friendly, kid-friendly, and pet friendly. All of the products used in residential pest control were designed specifically for homes and situations like yours. Continue reading
How To “Termite Proof” Your House In Santa Clarita
You remember when you were a kid in biology class and the teacher cleverly informed you that cockroaches are so adaptable and breed so quickly that they could survive a nuclear holocaust?
Well, cockroaches ARE super adaptable, and they could survive almost anything… and they have already succeeded in doing so by evolving into termites about 170 million years ago. Continue reading