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Pest Control reviews in Irving

  • A
    Your Neighborhood Pest Control
    It went very well. Fabricio really knows his business and is very patient and engaging. Their prices are very competitive as well. We are confident in Fabricio and believe that Your Neighborhood Pest Control is well worth the money.
    - Phil M.
  • A
    Certified Termite & Pest Control
    From start to finish, we had a great experience! The office staff is fri badly and very helpful and the techs are very knowledgeable and respectful to your time, your home and the services they are preforming. I highly recommend. Please every time with each service they are called out for.
    - T D.
  • B
    Certified Termite & Pest Control
    The same week I signed up, they called my cell# from a phone (VOIP or cell?) w/bad transmission, with a scripted blurb for a contract & an appointment date. I said no. I would call when ready for single appointment & don't sign me up for anything. Then got 2nd call leaving Voice Mail of appt. I did not call back to confirm it. Got called from dispatch on appointment date; told her not to send a tech; I would not be at home; I would not need their svcs. . . I work sales. I hate commissioned sales companies. You don't have to use my extreme review. I would understand. ty.
    - c a c.
  • C
    Certified Termite & Pest Control
    Purchased deal because starting seeing some ants in breakfast room near windows. They came out and sprayed indoors and out. A week went by, opened the pantry to find shelves covered in ants. I called them back to retreat the areas. I no longer have ants in the pantry but not they have moved to master bath shower stall. I think I should have handled on my own.
    - Andrea H.
  • B
    M&M Pest & Wildlife
    I was worried that perhaps the creature was actually trapped in the chimney and couldn't get out again. So I wanted someone to come out right away, even though it was a weekend. Someone arrived on Sunday, his day off, to help me, which I certainly appreciated. However, he didn't have the correct type of trap to use, though he set it up anyway. We tried using some of my video equipment to see if we could see what was going on inside the chimney, but it's pretty difficult to do, so we didn't get good results. The fellow strongly suggested that the critter had somehow made it into my attic, even though I don't think that's how chimneys work; they aren't normally connected to attics, are they? I also had not heard any evidence of the critter walking around inside my ceiling. At any rate, he left a baited trap on the roof, next to the chimney. I didn't think that would work, because a trap like that could catch any critter that just happened to wander along my roof, not necessarily the one sleeping inside the chimney. And if the creature really is trapped, he can't come out and get himself trapped. Still, it was a reasonable first response. I was told that in the next day or so, someone else would come and replace the trap with the proper one for the size of the creature. Several days went by. I continued to hear noise inside my chimney, but it kept sounding weaker and weaker each day. Eventually I stopped hearing it. It didn't give me a good feeling. My guess was that the creature couldn't escape, and eventually died. No one had yet come to replace out the trap, and nothing had been caught. That surprised me; I was sure a wandering squirrel or cat would get trapped, but it didn't happen. After a couple more days and a couple more days and a couple more contacts, Manny himself responded, and came out to replace the trap. He installed a one-way door, attaching it directly to the hole made by the critter. The theory is that, if the critter has made its home in my chimney, and comes out at night to hunt for food, he'll exit and be unable to come back in again, so I can be sure he's gone. It seems like a good theory, and probably works in most cases. In my case, I repeated my theory that the critter couldn't escape. I was ready to take a crowbar to the chimney and start pulling it apart to find out what was really going on inside there, but I was told that wouldn't be necessary. I repeated my worry that I might have a dead critter in my chimney, and was told if that's the case, I would be able to smell it. I don't know if that's really true, when a creature dies in a situation like this, where it's trapped in the dead space between a flume and the wall of a chimney. Bacteria and such can't just wander in and start attacking the dead creature, can they? It might take much longer for that process to start. We waited a week. I didn't really hear any more noise after that. Manny came back out and removed the one-way door, and then attached some metal flashing to keep any critters from getting into the chimney. Either the critter had left and couldn't come back, or he had died inside the chimney. I was told once again that if the creature had died, I would be able to smell it, and I'd have flies buzzing around. Neither was true, so we called the job done at that point. Now it's another week later. We had a particularly rainy, wet day, and there was an odd smell about the living room. I couldn't tell if it's something that died, or if it's just my cat's litter box being particularly pungent. However, in the next few days, I've started to notice flies buzzing around my living room, when I have never had problems with flies before. I suspect they have found something they like. Maybe the critter took a dump in my chimney, and they like laying their eggs in that. Or maybe the critter is really dead, and they like nesting on him. Either way, I am really not sure what to do anymore to fix things. I think something is still wrong, but I don't know what to do. If I call a carpenter to do a real repair on my chimney, and we find something dead inside, will the carpenter help me with it? How do you even extract a dead creature from the bottom of a chimney? Do I have to pull apart the whole chimney assembly? Is it going to be horribly expensive to deal with this? I don't know...
    - David D.
  • A
    M&M Pest & Wildlife
    The 2 man crew was on time and did everything we asked. Manny explained what he was doing thoroughly, including showing ingress spots for pests and a report on areas where screens were breached. All were repaired and I felt educated. It was also very cool to see the machine that blew the insulation in. Looking forward to the combo of our new HVAC system and the Insulation from M&M during our Texas Summer heat... We can already feel a great difference. Now looking forward to seeing the promised energy bill reductions. All in all our experience with this company was as Marissa Tomei said in her Oscar Winner performance during the movie "My Cousin Vinny"...This company was "100% dead on balls accurate"! We'd use again and recommend to friends...
    - Kevan B.
  • A
    Bee Safe Bee Removal
    It went very well. Bee Safe was able to save the entire hive (approximately 45 to 50 pounds of comb and honey) and virtually all the bees to be relocated to a more suitable site. Since I especially wanted to save the hive if we could, I was very pleased with this outcome.
    - Kaye H.
  • C
    Savior Termite & Pest Control
    Very disappointed. We hear scampering on the roof followed by scampering in the attic, but the roof is high and steep. Savior came and confirmed droppings in the attic. They could see a few possible points of entry from the ground, one at the very top, but even though they brought the tallest ladder the roof was too steep and wet having rained the day before. They explained that they would like to visit on a dry day, but the roof may still be too dangerous also since Savior doesn���t have the same equipment as roofers (fair enough). They said they did not want to sell me a protection program since unclear if rats and/or squirrels and the protection is one or the other(also fair). Additionally, they took pictures of strange droppings outside to show experts and report back. I didn't receive follow up. I called and was told there were no notes but to expect a call back. None received. I called again and scheduled hoping for a drier day. Unfortunately, I could not stay home and there was heavy dew and fog, but Savior called 20 minutes after I left for work saying they were done. I asked if they were able to get on the roof and what did they see. He said yes, no points of entry, nothing more. Questionable considering weather, short timeframe, and scarce information. I later received an email with my ���requested��� quote for ongoing baiting. Really? Savior will let me pay for continuous baiting without having determined what it is and how it is entering? My husband successfully baits, but we need to know point of entry to close it. We would also like the mysterious droppings results. The first crew was great, but the subsequent communication and service were poor. Leaving the review so people can perhaps use Savior if they have a simpler job and so management is aware of the service gaps.
    - Laurel E.
  • A
    EcoLogic Wildlife & Pest Management, LLC
    they were easy to work with. they offered several different packages, and i choose the midlevel. all the entry points were sealed, and you can't even tell they worked there. to the eye, all the repairs look like they were original to the house.
    - laura d.
  • C
    Markle Pest Management
    Came out for treatment. Very friendly and talkative representative was done in about 10 minutes. After about a week, the ants and silver fish were still in the house, nothing was done to the wasp and dirt dobber nests outside. I called them back and they were very apologetic and said that sometimes it takes about 30 days for everything to kick in, but they would send someone out to re-do, and they did. Also very nice representative. He re-treated, and again said that we had not had a very cold winter, and so we had more insects than normal, and it would take a while for everything to kick in. Still did not do anything about the wasp or dirt dobber nests outside. After a few days, the ants were gone from my kitchen counter but are still around my sofa and window, silver fish are still around, and I decided to just live with the wasps and dirt dobbers.
    - Martha C.
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