The latest news in termite control, pest inspections, and more
Keller Pest Control is steadfastly committed to staying current with the latest developments in termite control, pest inspection, ant extermination, and other pest control services. Striving to maintain our reputation as the most trusted exterminator in Southwest Michigan, our team of experienced technicians are continually researching topics relevant to the field. With the aim of educating our customers, this section of our website collects our thoughts on a range of subjects, including bed bug treatments, wasp removal, and mosquito control.
Protect Your Home or Business with the Best Pest Control Services in Kalamazoo
If you’re looking to protect your home or business from bed bugs, mosquitoes, vermin, roaches, and other pests, then you need to talk with the experts at Keller Pest Control. With a proven history of delivering comprehensive, professional exterminator services, we can help you.
Protect Your Home and Its Value with Help from the Best Termite Exterminator in Kalamazoo
When it comes to safeguarding your home’s value, there’s no more sound investment than treatment from an experienced, professional termite exterminator. Nearly everyone has heard of – or experienced – someone battling termites. Termites can cause massive damage before you even know they’re there.
How to Know if You Need Bed Bug Treatment from Keller Pest Control
If you know that you need bed bug treatment, the best thing that you can do is call a professional. But, what if you aren’t so sure? What if you haven’t been able to confirm your suspicions? What if you just don’t know what to look for?
Carpenter Ants Bugging You? Call the Best Ant Exterminator in Kalamazoo!
Around this time every year, people across the region start calling, looking for the best ant exterminator in Kalamazoo. A common sight in the area, carpenter ants are often found foraging for food inside homes and businesses.
Planning a New Home or Business? Work with an Experienced Termite Exterminator
If you’re working on plans for a new home or business, you owe it to yourself to work with the most experienced termite exterminator in Kalamazoo: Keller Pest Control. Early preventative treatment for termites is essential to the long-term health of your new building.
The Only Local Pest Control Professional Using a Natural, Nontoxic, and Effective Bed Bug Treatment
Keller Pest Control is committed to offering the most safe and effective bed bug treatment options available. Because of this, we’ve recently begun using a new, safe, and non-toxic biopesticide that has been shown to eliminate bed bug infestations.
5% Off and No Initial Fees in March for Unhappy Customers!
Want to save some money? Not happy with your current pest control provider? From now till the end of March we will wave our initial service fee and take 5% off your current pest control service pricing.
Bugged by Bugs? Call Keller Pest Control, the Leading Kalamazoo Exterminator!
If you’re worried about insects in your home, office, business, or manufacturing facility, you need to call a Kalamazoo exterminator with a proven track record. More importantly, you should call the only pest control company with a 47-item checklist of inspection points.
Top-Notch Commercial Pest Control in Kalamazoo from Keller Pest Control
When it comes to commercial pest control, you owe it to yourself to work with a provider that has a broad range of experience and – more importantly – a proven track record. We offer comprehensive treatment programs and a checklist of nearly fifty pest control inspection points.
Did you know the word mosquito is Spanish for “little fly”. There are about 170 different kind of mosquitoes in the United States and 3000 throughout the world. Nothing is more annoying than that buzz of a mosquito you hear while trying to enjoy the outdoors.
Carpenter Bees, Let’s Drill Down on What They Are All About
Carpenter Bees are often mistaken for Bumble Bees but are different in that they have a shiny black tail section. You will see them hovering around eaves and wood decks in the spring time. They get their name because of the holes they make in the wood with their strong jaws.