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Killroy Weed Management - Alameda County

Weed Management | Alameda County | Killroy

Weed problems can sneak up on you. The ugly truth of weed damage can show up in a variety of ways, including cracked concrete, browning vegetation and withering leaves. Already thirsty landscaping may wither as the invading weeds take a lion's share of the water. Killroy Pest Control professionals are the ones to call to treat and prevent the problem.

Untreated weed and pest problems can be extremely damaging and expensive. Valuable trees and vegetation can be rapidly killed by weeds and disease, taking down your property value with it. Creating a health hazard, weeds are often allergenic or even poisonous. People and animals can both be adversely affected from the health hazards.

Experts in pest control, Killroy will get rid of what's bugging you. Killroy can stop the pestering for everything from bedbugs to beetles, moles to mice, or crabgrass to cottonweed. For those that prefer only natural products, Killroy offers Sensitive Solutions for those that prefer to stay green. Elimination and preventative maintenance are both important and are offered on a one-time or recurring basis. Picking the best solution for the problem, treatment methods may include spraying, tenting, trapping or drilling and plugging. Working with Killroy in choosing the most effective solution is important. The goal is to get rid of the problem and keep it from coming back.

Killroy Pest Control's service of homes, schools and businesses has been a community staple since 1956. With a wealth of experience, over 350 years combined, Killroy's 26 employees enjoy being a part of the family-owned business. Founders Phil and Norma Olivarri named the company Killroy as a playful take on the popular graffiti character Kilroy. A trained entomologist, Dennis Merrill and his wife managed the company in the 80s and 90s. Now the Olivarris' daughter Lynn and her husband Richard Schmidt have stepped back in and the business is again in the hands of the founding family. Even Phil makes an appearance now and then.

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Ask us about Sensitive Solutions — a special division of Killroy Pest Control which offers non-chemical, natural, or green pest control options.

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How do you solve my pantry pest problem?

We use a 4-step process to thoroughly control cockroaches.
Inspection: It is important to identify the particular pantry pest that is plaguing you. It is critical to first locate the source. Knowing the source and the characteristic of the invading pest will help determine how to eliminate them.
Modify environment conditions: The original contaminating source must be removed. Attempting to exterminate the pests will be difficult if the source is not eliminated.
Establish and implement a plan: Your Killroy pest management professional will consider the most effective and least toxic approach to get rid of your pantry pest problem. He will explain his plan which may require customer/tenant participation and answer any questions you may have. He will then carefully treat the situation.
Monitor the process: It is important to monitor the situation until it is resolved. If there is any sign of returning pests, your specialist will return at no additional charge to make the appropriate adjustments to ensure the problem gets taken care of completely.