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Rodent & Bug Control in Washington, D.C.

Action Environmental Services Inc. in Vienne, Virginia, knows that the best customer is an informed customer. With that in mind, we have provided this informational page to help you better understand the importance of pest control.
 
 

When Pests Strike

For most people, bugs and rats are unpleasant topics, but they are an unfortunate reality. If you spot pests in your home or around your property, assume others lurk nearby and act fast - don't wait for a horde to descend. Action Environmental Service Inc. is here to offer safe, effective, and affordable measures to control pest populations.

The Process

If an infestation is limited to your home, our qualified pest control professionals locate and destroy habitats as well as identify future trouble spots. To ensure your health and that of your pets or children, we use only the most environmentally safe and thoroughly tested products and methods available.
 
Trapped rodent - Rodent control in Washington, DC
 
 
Mouse Trap - Rodent control in Washington, DC
 

When Pests May Invade

Extreme weather events such as hurricanes and flooding may cause pest populations to increase rapidly due to vast supplies of food and ample living space among abandoned homes. This also means that disease spreads more readily from pests like flies, mosquitoes, and rats.
That's why, after a disaster or invasion, we help protect the health and safety of those cleaning up. Our technicians are experts in their field, dedicated to serving you safely, effectively, and reliably. This means you can trust in us to help you move back into your home or community.
 

Helpful Tips

Instruct your children to stay away from debris piles, which contain hazards like broken glass, nails, and other sharp objects. Piles are also havens for snakes, mice, rats, fire ants, ticks, and bees, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).