Pest Control in Your Apartment

February 1, 2023
Pest control in your apartment

We want to believe that if there is any problem when renting, a landlord will take care of the problem. However, that is only sometimes true.  If you have noticed a pest problem, the first step is to check your lease agreement to determine who is responsible for pest control.  Often a renter is responsible for pest control when the problem comes from your actions, leaving food out, doors open, etc.  This means you want to keep your apartment or rental property clean, ensure your furniture does not have bedbugs before bringing it into the space, and keep fleas from your pets.  If you are responsible for pest control in your apartment, McFadden Pest Control can help.  The most common pests that show themselves in an apartment building are the following:

  • Ants: This is because ants love food crumbs, and within an apartment, there are many opportunities for the ant to find what they want.
  • Cockroaches: These pests love the city and look for water and food within apartment buildings.
  • Rodents: Rodents love hiding anywhere they can. They will destroy anything that gets in their way by chewing to their destination, making them a challenge in apartment buildings but not one that McFadden can’t handle!
  • Fleas: Give your animals their monthly/annual flea and tick medicine and bath often.

Don’t wish you had a professional pest control company on your speed dial.  Go ahead and give McFadden Pest Control a call today to learn more about how you can protect your family and apartment.

Are you interested in learning more about McFadden Pest Control?
Feel free to reach us at 843.763.4533 or [email protected].

McFadden Pest Control
Reliable pest control for Charleston, South Carolina and the surrounding area

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