Keeping Pests In Their Place, Not Yours!
Santa Fe, New Mexico’s capital, is located in the Sangre de Cristo foothills. Founded as a Spanish colony in 1610, it has at its heart the traditional Plaza and is the oldest state capital in the United States. With historic adobe landmarks including the Palace of the Governors, this city is a particularly interesting and diverse one. It’s desert climate is no stranger to pests and critters of many types including ants, fire ants, scorpions, and more.
Plunkett’s Pest Control’s local offices merged with Roy’s Pest Control & Tree Service to offer specialized pest control and insect tree services to the greater Santa Fe area.
Our Tree Services include:
- Termite Inspections & Reports
- Pre-Construction Treatments
- Dormant Tree Spraying
- Tree Injections & Vitamin Feeding
Pest Control That Understands Santa Fe
There are plenty of Santa Fe pest control problems unique to Santa Fe. The desert climate is no stranger to pests and critters of many types. Some of the most common New Mexico pests that Plunkett’s has dealt with over the years include:
Ants: Ants are active in homes and businesses year round. They thrive in heat, building distinctive mounds in soil. The key to ant elimination is destroying their nests so they have nowhere to go back to. Plunkett’s has years of experience in both eliminating and preventing the creation of these nests.
Wasps: Wasps and hornets build nests anywhere they can stay sheltered and find food. Plunkett’s stinging insects service covers the inspection, treatment, and removal of active nests, with a 60-day treatment guarantee!
Spiders: Spiders are attracted to dark, secluded areas where they can hunt the flying and crawling insects they consider prey. They tend to love preying on Ohio’s many flying and crawling insects. Plunkett’s technicians are experts in spider removal and exclusion.
Termites: Termites attack wood that’s rotting or damaged. Plunkett’s uses the Sentricon Termite Baiting system to wipe out entire termite colonies quickly and permanently.