- Residential Pest ControlKeeping your home healthy all year long
Omaha Pest Control
Locally owned and operated, Quality Pest Control, Inc. has been providing professional Omaha pest control services for commercial and residential clients in the surrounding area since 1996!
We can quickly and confidently implement the latest pest control technologies and environmentally conscious initiatives available to solve your problem. No other company offers this level of expertise and attention to detail when it comes to pest prevention!
We are proud of the many pest control and pest prevention services we offer to residential and commercial customers in the area:
We employ an Integrated Pest Management philosophy (IPM). IPM is an effective. comprehensive, and environmentally sensitive approach to pest control that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. Implementing long-term, proactive control measures are the heart of the IPM philosophy embraced by Quality Pest Control, Inc. and are a fundamental measure of our success. This five-step system includes:
- Identification of the problem
- Addressing those things pests need to survive (food, water, shelter)
- Targeted applications of materials (strategic & tactical); the correct material(s) properly applied in the right place at the right time.
- Achieve control of the problem
- Long-term, proactive maintenance
Offering Fair & Competitive Pricing
Whenever possible, we choose to use non-chemical pest control methods first. All pesticide products are toxic at some level. When pesticides are used, we practice Low Impact pest control and use only products with lower toxicity and minimal or no odor. The materials we most commonly use carry only a minor “Caution” label, as opposed to the substantially more hazardous “Warning” or “Danger” labels. You can trust Quality Pest Control, Inc. to keep your family safe and secure during the treatment of your home.
“Fantastic customer care, communications and knowledge about bugs and rodents… Service is excellent and I highly recommend signing up for their monthly maintenance.” Y.L. Lawson