Keeping Pests in Their Place, Not Yours!
Lexington is a dynamic, flavorful city known as the land of burgoo, bourbon, and bluegrass. In fact, Lexington is known as the “Horse Capital of the World” and is home to the Jockey Club; a national organization dedicated to the integrity of Thoroughbred breeding and racing. They are also responsible for approving the names of every registered racehorse – it sure doesn’t seem like it, but you can’t name your horse just anything. However, if you’re thinking about naming your horse Plunkett’s, we won’t stop you.
Plunkett’s Pest Control has been serving the homes and businesses of Lexington for decades. Our services are comprehensive, offering pest services that not only remove existing pests but prevent future problems as well. Whether your pest problem is winged, scaley, furry, or slimy - we’ve got you covered.
Pest Control That Understands Lexington
Weather in Lexington, Kentucky provides pests all they need to thrive and multiply; above average rainfall, warmth, humidity, and plenty to eat. Some of the most common pests in this area are the ones that enjoy this increased dampness and heat. Plunkett’s has dealt with them all, most commonly:
Mosquitoes: Where there’s water and humidity, there are mosquitoes. Minnesota has plenty of all three. Plunkett’s offers one-time or ongoing mosquito treatments to remove breeding sites and administer safe, residual insecticide throughout the property.
Rodents: Mice and rats become especially troublesome starting in late summer, when they start looking for places to overwinter. Plunkett’s rodent prevention service figures out how rodents get in and how to keep them out. For good.
Termites: Termites attack wood that’s wet, rotting, or damaged. Plunkett’s uses the Sentricon Termite Baiting system to wipe out entire termite colonies quickly and permanently.
Cockroaches: Cockroaches thrive in urban environments, especially if they have access to humidity. Plunkett’s experts can reduce roaches on your property by 75% within one week and eliminate them completely within six.