Common House Pests

Common House Pests in Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky

ACCA Basement Systems is your best protection from common house pests, invading insects, rodents and moisture control. We use the most effective products and technology to solve residential pest control problems the right way.

Our quarterly perimeter pest control services are convenient because we primarily treat the exterior around your home instead of inside.

If you see signs of a pest infestation in your home, this is the time to act! Once an common house pests or infestation takes root in your home, it can spread quickly — leading to damage, potential health issues, and a more expensive solution father on down the road.

Advantages To Our Services

At ACCA Basement Systems, it is our goal to provide you with pest control services that are safe for all residents of the household — including children and pets.

Unlike pest control experts who “harvest” pests without addressing how the infestation occurred in the first place, we strive to find permanent, lasting solutions for pest control — ones that will keep the pests out once we get rid of them.

Pests have spent a long time adapting to live in your home — and they can be extremely hard to eliminate. We have the training, experience, and professional experience needed to rout out these pests wherever they hide — and solve your problem once and for all!

Common House Pests Control In Indiana and Kentucky

No matter what pests are infesting your home, we can help! We pride ourselves on our low-odor, micro-encapsulated products that last longer and provide better pest control for the home


Termite Infestation Issues

Termites are nasty, sneaky little creatures. They are experts at finding ways to the wood in your home, and they never sleep. A termite can work its way through nearly any form of construction, including concrete slabs. They’re able and willing to feed on a variety of materials in the home, including wood, paper, books, drywall, leather, cellulose insulation, cardboard and even animal fur.

The main entryways for termites, according to Professional Builder Magazine, are construction joints, pipe penetrations and bath traps, but they’ve also been known to enter the home by crawling up the siding from outside the home. Because of this, it’s important to always keep the slab viewable from the outside by leaving 6-8 inches exposed at the bottom for inspections and to help discourage infestation.

Inspecting for Termites

At one time, the most common way to detect termites within a home was to look for the swarming of winged termites in a IN & KY home. However, with a shifting, changing global climate, termites now commonly reproduce by budding instead of swarming, with new colonies being formed by breaking away a number of termites from the original colony to start their own.

Termites are a more serious threat to a home than ever, now that they’ve begun to enter without swarming. However, a professional still has several telltale signs that will help indicate a termite infestation, such as areas of wood that have been hollowed out, or mud tubes extending across foundation walls, support piers, floor joists and sill plates.

If you find swarming termites in your home, be sure to save a few to show to the pest inspector, then vacuum the rest. Swarming termites cannot damage or eat wood, but they can start new colonies.

Local Termite Inspectors and Exterminators in Indiana and Kentucky

ACCA Basement Systems is your local pest control expert in Indiana and Kentucky. We are fully certified and trained to take care of a variety of pest control issues, including termites and many other types of infestations that are common to the state. We offer free, no-obligation pest control estimates to homeowners.

We’re here and ready when you need us – don’t wait to rid your home of pests! Call or e-mail ACCA Basement Systems today!