Los Angeles South Bay Pest Control
Residential Service Plan
Botanical and/or low impact treatments for homes and lots of all sizes.
The Los Angeles South Bay area has a true “Mediterranean” subtropical climate, greatly influenced by its proximity to the coast. There is not a wide fluctuation in temperatures–summers and winters are mild, plants flourish here, and so do the insects! Since you enjoy the climate, it is no wonder that the insects do, too!
Everyone knows that ants and spiders come into your house from the landscape. Keeping these plant insects in check is the first step in ant and spider control. Plant inventories are maintained to ensure that our service is appropriate for your property. Controlling the insects outside of your home is the key to effectively controlling insects that invade your home. Plant insects or their secretions are the major food sources for ants and spiders.
The weather is not a factor in restricting insect development in this region. With the normally mild temperatures and adequate humidity, they develop quickly through their life cycle. Ants, spiders, termites, and cockroaches are able to develop large populations relatively quickly. Your Corky’s technician services Long Beach, San Pedro, Carson, Lomita, Wilmington, Lakewood, and Signal Hill areas and understands that where you live defines your specific pest problems, so we can solve your pest issues more effectively at a lower cost to you.
Corky’s Pest Control has been providing quality pest control services in California for over 45 years. We specialize in the use of green products—both botanic and low-impact, using only the best on the market. Our highly trained personnel assure customer satisfaction, and they will take care of problems ranging from ants, spiders, cockroaches, and other insects, rodents such as mice, rats, and gophers, and even the West Nile Virus-carrying mosquitoes and bed bugs. Our termite department is state of the art, offering fumigation, spot treatments, and the new Thermapureheat hot air heat services.