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If you have a problem with pests such as ants, bed bugs, camel crickets, pantry pests, or any other pests, contact the Long Island exterminators at Parkway Pest Services today! Serving all of Long Island, Brooklyn, Westchester County and the New York metropolitan area, Parkway has the solution to your pest problems. We also offer power washing services, radon testing and water testing. Contact Parkway today for a free quote on any of our residential services. We also offer a wide variety of commercial pest control services!
Parkway Exterminating, also known as Parkway Pest Services, is a third generation, family-owned and operated company that has been providing high quality exterminator services in Long Island, NYC, Connecticut, and throughout the surrounding areas since 1932. We are a Better Business Bureau Accredited business with an A+ rating. If you have a problem with termites, cockroaches, rodents, bed bugs, or any other pests and are in need of a Long Island exterminator or Westchester exterminator, please contact us today!
Owning a home can be stressful and even more so when you toss in unexpected problems and issues that can arise. A leaky faucet, weeds in your garden, or torn window screens are easy fixes that homeowners can tackle themselves. However, when it comes to dealing with insects, rodents, or even pest birds in your home it should be left to the experts.
Insects come in all sizes, shapes, and colors. It is safe to say that they are all labeled as pests. However, there are some insects that go beyond being a normal pest to being an insect of destruction. The termite is a destructive leader among all pests and one not to be ignored. The cost of the destruction as well as the treatment of these silent destroyers can reach billions of dollars per year.
The Bandit, as the wild raccoon is often called, is a very misleading animal. The cute face is appealing to everyone from that cuddly stuffed animal to the live, playful baby raccoon. But as with all wildlife, that baby raccoon grows up to be a destructive, aggressive wild animal. For this reason, it is important that you not put food or household trash cans outside and uncovered, as this is a sure way to attract the raccoon to your home.
Rodents and nuisance wildlife are trying to find a cozy place to spend the winter and often times it is within our homes. You can stop them though with a protection plan from Parkway! Give our office a call today and let our friendly staff answer any questions you may have.