$89 Earwig Control Exterior Service

Treatment is performed outside to get rid of earwigs.

We perform a thorough inspection to determine the areas and extent of infestation.

Inside Earwig Treatment

Interior service is accompanied by an exterior service.

We use low-impact botanical treatments.

Earwig Control

Earwig pinches can be painful. Earwig services keep the pincher bugs from multiplying.


We perform a thorough inspection to determine the areas and extent of infestation. Botanical or low-impact treatment products for the control of earwigs are applied to the affected (treatable) plantings and harborage areas in the landscape. Special attention is paid to cracks, crevices, and foundation areas of the structure where they are most apt to hide.

How to Achieve the Best Results​​

To ensure a successful treatment to get rid of earwigs and their future prevention, it is important to remove food and water sources, living areas and breeding sites by eliminating over-watering, thinning dense foliage, cutting tall grasses and removing debris from around foundation areas.

Interior earwig treatments are seldom needed. In the event one is requested, it will be performed and charged at the low customer rate. An interior service is always accompanied by an exterior service to provide effective results.

Once the initial earwig service is performed, those choosing the Ultimate Pest Control Service plan, will start receiving ant and spider control measures along with preventative control for ticks, aphids, whitefly and mosquitoes.

To effectively control these earwigs a consistent service is required. Problems can reoccur quickly as future generations hatch and begin the re-infestation process while others are brought in by a variety of means such as, cardboard boxes, newspapers, in the soil of new plantings, fire wood and decorative wood bark to name a few.


Order your service now – Call 1-800-901-1102.


Earwigs are omnivorous and look to hide in a moist, dark place.

Earwig Service

Stop earwigs from eating your plants.

Earwigs are easily identified by their large cerci, the forcep-like pincers protruding from their back end.


What does an earwig look like?