Families and businesses in the Sacramento region depend on Pest Control Center, Inc to deliver industry leading pest control and weed control solutions. We specialize in getting your pests or weeds GONE… guaranteed! Our customers reward these attributes by remaining loyal year after year and decade after decade.
Our advanced team of technicians will come in, assess, diagnose, offer a solution and treat a variety of pest or horitculture issues all within your budget!
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT – AUGUST 2015
In the last newsletter I talked about the company reaching the milestone of 30 years in business. In this one I thought I would share a little information about the president of Pest Control Center, Inc., myself Steve Scoville. I started in the pest control industry as the yard boy for our family company Hydrex Pest Control. This is where I learned how to drive a car (truck) at 15 and collected my first paycheck in June of 1975, yes 40 years ago. [Read More]
DEEP WATERING LARGE SPECIMEN TREES
As you know we are in possibly the worst drought in California’s history. That being said some decisions have to be made about our landscapes. My family has stopped watering the front lawn altogether and devote some of that water to our most important large shade trees.
PROLONGED DROUGHT WREAKING HAVOC
Taking a proactive approach can save trees By Rob Meyer – editor in chief, Tree Services (July 2015)
As extremely dry conditions stifle much of the nation this summer, especially in California, which is in the midst of a historic drought, trees in these areas are likely to continue to suffer. [Read More]
WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT CARPENTER BEES?
Carpenter bees bore holes and expanding tunnels and galleries, or “brood chambers” into soft wood in order to build their nests. The prefer soft woods like cedar, redwood or softer pines. [Read More]
BEES, WASPS, HORNETS AND YELLOWJACKETS
With summer comes outdoor fun and outdoor fun comes with the threat of bees and wasps and other flying nuisances. Do you know the actual threat from bees or wasps or even the differences between the two? [Read More]