Pest Control in the Neighborhood of Pavilion Park – Irvine, CA

Pavilion Park, the first of the Great Park Neighborhoods in Irvine, CA is a neighborhood committed to sustainability and the community. Hearts Pest Management shares Pavilion Park’s desire to protect the environment by providing residents with sustainable pest management.

Neighborhood of Pavilion Park – Irvine, CA

Going Green with Hearts Pest Management

The demand for less pesticides and organic solutions for use on unwanted insects in and around the home is finally being met – by a company with “Heart.”

The goals of sustainable pest management are to target unwanted pests without eliminating beneficial insects that play a big part in “natural” pest control; and, to prevent pesticide residue from entering the environment via the water system and in our foods.

At Hearts, we care about beneficial insects like this seven-spotted ladybug. Just one of many reasons we specialize in Green Pest Control.

Hearts Pest Management has a “Green” pest control program designed to target certain pests and which also implements Integrated Pest Management (IPM).

IPM is a systematic method of pest control that uses continued inspections, monitoring, and record keeping of pests to help manage the problems.

Your Hearts’ service professional will give you feedback on what’s going on in your yard and how to minimize pests from entering your home.

Hearts Pest Management’s Service Professionals are EcoWise Certified in Organic Pest Control!

We treat only where and when necessary and we have organic solutions to most general and some landscape pests.

Pavilion Park spans over five acres with paths throughout the park linking collections of homes, neighbors, and – pests! Hearts provides a monthly or bi-monthly residential pest control service to keep pests at bay.

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Residential Pest Control in the Neighborhood of Pavilion Park

Hearts is pleased to provide “Green” pest control for residents in Pavilion Park!

There are some collections of homes in Pavilion Park that have patches of native chaparral near or alongside the homes. This allows wildlife such as mice, rats, gophers, and squirrels easy access to your yard, and inside your house or garage. We believe these animals are not considered pests until they start entering your property and causing damage.

Park pathways run through collections of homes surrounding the park. The Pavilion Park Terrace is a place for residents to hang out and relax.

Here are some of the many services Hearts Pest Management provides:

  • ·Ants, spiders, earwigs, fleas, ticks, crickets, roaches and other home invading insects.
  • ·Landscape Pests – organics are available for the garden too!
  • ·Rats and Mice – Trapping, “Exclusion” to stop entry, total clean up and restoration available.
  • ·Gophers and Squirrels
  • ·Bedbugs (Yes, bedbugs! You’d be surprised at how many hotels have them and then people end up bringing bedbugs home from their vacation).
  • ·Hive and Honeycomb Removal (Inside attic or within 100 ft. of a home).·Mites and Parasites. (Most all rodents and birds have them!)

We have landscape pest control to take care of pests like these aphids. An infestation of aphids causes leaves to discolor – and their honeydew attracts ants!

Pocket gophers may be cute but they will tear up a yard in no time; plus holes in the ground can become a safety hazard for young children.

Spiders: If you have young children and pets, you’ll want to beware of black and brown widow spiders because they are both toxic and can cause severe reactions. Both spiders like to hide, as you may well know, but have you noticed recently that there are more brown widows than black?

Black widow spiders have a red hourglass on their abdomen whereas brown widows have an orange hourglass and striped legs.

The brown widow is an invader that is displacing our native black widows and their venom is stronger but they don’t release as much as does the black widow. Brown widows tend to hide under things such as patio furniture and children’s play things left outdoors.

Hearts not only treats for spiders, we will remove webs up to the first level and even get the brown widows under your patio furniture for you!

Black widow spiders have a red hourglass on their abdomen whereas brown widows have an orange hourglass and striped legs.

Ants: Hearts believes ants do have their role in the environment; they aerate the soil and eat decomposed matter. However, once ants make their way indoors, they become unwanted pests.

Some ants like sweets while others prefer protein, even grease!

Southern California has ants year-round. When the weather changes, be it hot or cold, wet or dry, they make their way indoors, it doesn’t matter; and sometimes, there’s no rhyme or reason. …

Both Argentine ants and Odorous House ants are the most common ants in and around the home. Our service professionals are skilled at identifying various ant species to make sure of the best treatment options.

Our green program takes care of ants so that you can keep your sanity and your pantry – pest-free!

Call today for more information and to schedule service!  You’re also welcome to complete the form below and a caring Hearts Pest Management representative will contact you shortly.

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