Top Rated, Family Owned & Operated Exterminator Serving Fort Washington MD
Miche Pest Control is the top rated, family owned and operated pest control company serving Fort Washington MD. A family owned and operated pest control company, Miche Pest Control was started in 2019 by Tom Miche, after he had worked for years as a pest control technician and service manager. His wife, Miquela Miche, with a degree in business management, oversees the administrative side of the business.
Since its formation in 2019, Miche Pest Control has become the top rated family owned and operated pest control company serving Fort Washington MD by providing high quality pest control, rodent control, tick & mosquito control, and termite control services. Miche Pest Control has earned a 4.9 star rating with over 1,000 reviews.
With service times available as soon as the next business day, and our customer service team available 24/7, you can count on Miche Pest Control. Give us a call - get your free quote on the best pest control in Fort Washington MD, and we'll add a free upgrade to include termite monitoring services when you enroll in one of our quarterly pest control plans. Call today or book online!
Pest Control In Fort Washington, MD
Miche Pest Control provides extermination services that get rid of ants, spiders, cockroaches, and more from homes and businesses in Fort Washington, MD. We get rid of pests fast by using a combination of highly effective treatment methods, using the best products available for the specific pests that you're seeing. Our most popular plan in Fort Washington, MD is our quarterly pest control service. Included in each quarterly service from Miche Pest Control:
- Spider Web Removal
- Wasp & Hornet Nest Removal
- 4 to 6 Foot Barrier Spray For Crawling Insects
- 10 Foot Granular Barrier To Push Bugs Away From The Home
- Detailed Crack & Crevice Treatments
- Inside Treatment As Needed
This service is designed to be thorough enough on the outside that you shouldn't need inside treatment, but the inside is always included when needed and/or requested. We use products that are registered with the EPA, and labeled for use in and around homes, hospitals, day cares, and pet kennels. The first service gets rid of any current pest issues, and immediately starts working to keep pests from coming back after they've been eliminated. A few months later, once the products break down and egg sacs start hatching, the pests usually come back - that's why we do four services per year, and more if you need. If you're having issues with covered pests in between regular services, just let us know and as needed, we'll go back out in between services at no extra cost.
4 Reasons Why Cockroaches Invade Fort Washington MD Homes
Cockroaches are common pests found in many different environments all over the world. They are opportunistic feeders that will eat almost anything, including sewage, feces, carrion, decaying organic matter, garbage, and more. Although cockroaches are most prevalent and active in warm areas, they can still survive in colder climates if they live in buildings. Cockroaches are one of the most common pests that invade residential and commercial properties. But why do they invade in the first place?
Below are a few of the reasons why cockroaches invade Fort Washington properties:
- Cockroaches often invade properties to seek refuge from cold weather. When the weather outside becomes unfavorable, cockroaches move indoors.
- Cockroaches are highly attracted to moisture. If your home has a moisture problem, cockroaches are likely to notice. Cockroaches and many other insects, invade homes and businesses while searching for excess moisture.
- Cockroaches invade properties that provide easy entry points. These bothersome pests can squeeze through gaps around your foundation, doors, windows, and utilities.
- The biggest factor that attracts cockroaches to Fort Washington properties is the availability of food. Open garbage cans, leftovers, crumbs, and pet food are just a few of the food sources cockroaches look for.
When cockroaches venture into your Fort Washington home or business, they can carry a wide range of harmful bacteria on their legs and bodies, spreading it to any food items or surfaces they crawl on. Cockroach infestations often lead to the spread of serious diseases, such as salmonellosis, typhoid fever, cholera, plague, dysentery, and more. If cockroaches live in or around your Fort Washington property, the pest technicians here at Miche Pest Control can help. We provide solutions for a wide range of pest problems, including cockroaches. Get in touch with us today for more information about our cockroach control services or to schedule your free inspection.
Rodent Control In Fort Washington, MD
Miche Pest Control provides rodent control services for mice, rats, and voles in Fort Washington, MD. We get rid of rodents fast by using a combination of trapping, entry point exclusion, and outside bait stations. Included in your first rodent control service from Miche Pest Control:
- Entry Point Inspection
- Sealing Rodent Entry Points
- Trapping Mice & Rats Inside
- Tamper-Resistant Bait Stations Outside
We use tamper-resistant bait stations combined with products that are registered with the EPA, and labeled for use in and around homes, day cares, and pet kennels. The first service gets rid of any existing rats, mice, or voles, and immediately starts working to keep rodents from coming back after they've been eliminated. A couple months later, once the bait starts to deteriorate or run out and rodent populations start rebounding, mice and rats usually come back - that's why we do six services per year, and more if you need. If you're having issues with rodents in between regular services, just let us know and as needed, we'll go back out in between services at no extra cost.
What Can Residents Of Fort Washington MD Do To Help Prevent Mouse & Rat Infestations?
Rats, mice, and other rodents are unwelcome pests in Fort Washington MD and the surrounding areas. Here are several preventative tips from the Prince George's County Health Department to help deter mice and rats from taking up residence on your property:
- Take pet food into the house after feeding, or feed your pet(s) indoors
- Keep bird feed off of the ground - put trays under bird feeders
- Dispose of pet/animal feces and trash in metal garbage cans with tight fitting lids
- Rake up fallen fruit and vegetables daily
- Avoid putting garbage into compost piles
- Store dog food and bird seed stored in garages and sheds in covered metal containers
- Remove old, unused furniture, appliances, and junk cars from your property
- Mow down tall weeds and grass
- Stack lumber, building materials and firewood at least 18 inches above the ground
- Fill in rat burrows with dirt
If you have or suspect a rodent infestation, Miche Pest Control can help! Give us a call today.
Mosquito Control In Fort Washington, MD
Miche Pest Control provides mosquito control services in Fort Washington, MD. We get rid of mosquitoes fast by combining yard fogging with larvicide applications, using high quality products for lasting protection from mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas outside. Included in each mosquito control service from Miche Pest Control:
- Yard Fogging For Fast Relief From Mosquitoes
- Larvicide Applications To Keep Them From Coming Back
- High Quality Products For Lasting Protection, Rain Or Shine
Not only does this cover mosquitoes, but it also works on ticks and fleas outside. We use products that are registered with the EPA, and labeled for use around homes, hospitals, day cares, and pet kennels. The first service gets rid of any existing mosquitoes, and immediately starts working to keep mosquitoes from coming back after they've been eliminated. Three to four weeks later, once the products break down and eggs start hatching, the mosquitoes usually come back - that's why we do eight services per year, and more if you need. If you're having issues with mosquitoes in between regular services, just let us know and as needed, we'll go back out in between services at no extra cost.
Termite Control In Fort Washington, MD
Miche Pest Control provides termite control services in Fort Washington, MD. We get rid of termites fast by combining termite bait stations with direct treatment of areas with termite damage and live termites, providing fast relief from termite infestations as well as lasting protection from existing and future termite populations. Included in your first termite control service from Miche Pest Control:
- Spot Treatment Of Areas With Termite Damage
- Spot Treatment Of Areas With Live Termites
- Installation Of Termite Bait Stations For Lasting Protection
This service plan provides year round protection from subterranean termites. We use products that are registered with the EPA, and labeled for use around homes, hospitals, day cares, and pet kennels. The first service is designed to get rid of an existing termite infestation, and immediately starts working to keep termites from coming back after they've been eliminated. The bait stations are loaded with enough bait to last a year - that's why we do at least one service per year, and more if you need. If you're having issues with termites in between regular services, just let us know and we'll go back out in between services at no extra cost.
Residential Pest Control In Fort Washington MD
A home is no place for pests. Unfortunately, many pests are capable of invading your Fort Washington home and endangering your family. If you're dealing with a pest problem, you need professional residential pest control services from Miche Pest Control! Our licensed pest technicians will provide long-lasting pest control services that will eliminate current pest threats and implement prevention strategies to keep them away.
Protect your family and your home from invading pests by giving a call to Miche Pest Control today. We're happy to work with you to find a solution that resolves all your residential pest control needs.
Commercial Pest Control In Fort Washington MD
Pest problems don't just affect homeowners; they can cause serious issues for your Fort Washington business as well. If even one of your loyal customers notices cockroaches, rodents, or ants crawling around in your commercial facility, it could lead to a loss in revenue and a bad reputation. The only way to protect your Fort Washington business from pests throughout every season is by partnering with Miche Pest Control for top-of-the-line commercial pest control services. We understand the importance of providing a sanitary, pest-free environment for your customers, which is why we work hard to help eliminate your pest problems at their source. No matter what industry your business is in or what type of pests you're facing, you can depend on the licensed pest professionals here at Miche Pest Control to get the job done. Don't wait for pests to ruin the success and reputation of your business. Instead, turn to Miche Pest Control for excellent commercial pest control solutions.
Pests We Can Get Rid Of For You
Crickets | Hornets | Yellowjackets | Termites | Ticks | Lady Bugs | Rats | Silverfish | Spiders | Carpenter Bees | Cockroaches | Fleas | Bees | Wasps | Earwigs | Centipedes | Mosquitoes | Stink Bugs | Carpenter Ants | Ants | Voles | Bugs | Millipedes | Insects | Boxelder Bugs | Fire Ants | Mice | Springtails | Clover Mites | Pill Bugs | and more!
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Fort Washington MD
Fort Washington is an unincorporated area and census-designated place in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. It borders the capital of the United States of America, Washington DC, situated just south of the downtown district. Fort Washington is a prosperous community with an African American majority population. The Fort Washington community is located west of Maryland Route 210, with some additional area to the east of the highway.
The community is named for Fort Washington. The first Fort Washington was completed in 1809, and was the only defensive fort protecting Washington DC. It consisted of a small earthwork near the Potomac River shore. The failure of that fort to stop a British fleet from invading the national capital during the War of 1812 led to the construction of the current, larger, stone fortification. In 1844, a cannon exploded on the USS Princeton as it was passing Fort Washington. During World War II, the US Army's Adjutant General's School was located at the fort, and had billeting for 362 officers and 2,526 enlisted persons. The site is now part of a very extensive park with views of the Potomac River and hiking paths. It is a scenic place for picnicking, fishing and outdoor recreation. The fort’s land originally included 347 acres. First-time visitors are often confused by the several "Livingston Roads" which repeatedly crosses Route 210, as well as by the two separate "Old Fort Roads", causing them to make wrong turns off of Maryland Route 210.
Near the fort are many riverfront homes, two marinas, two community pools, and National Golf Club. The area was rural until about 1960 when suburban growth began and is continuing to grow, adding new, large family homes in small developments next to older existing developments. Until the founding of the Oxon Hill post office about 1960, the Fort Washington area generally used the mailing address Washington DC, except for the few years that Friendly had a post office. About 1980 the postal service split the Fort Washington area from Oxon Hill, defining it as a separate town name. At that time, to make mail sorting easier, they drew the boundary between the two communities to conform to already existing zip code boundaries. The end result sometimes confuses people, since the northern end of the Fort Washington postal area (near the Beltway) identifies more with the communities Oxon Hill or Temple Hills/Camp Springs but still uses a Fort Washington mailing address.
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