GETTING RID OF PESTS
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
A Pest Control Blog Written For The Customer
I’ve dealt with a lot of critters in my 30+ years in the Arizona pest control industry. As a result, I’ve been blessed to have learned an awful lot about controlling those critters. Hence my ‘How To Get Rid Of Pests Blog’. We’re supposed to blog to help our online presence and I’ll take that. But the real reason for writing this blog is to show prospective customers why we’re the right pest control company for them. We honestly try to do things the right way – every job, every day. And we always will as long as I own Goldshot Exterminating. When you add in the 30+ years of experience you get a pretty darn good customer experience. That’s always our goal. I’ve always said that if we do our job right we’ll always have work. So far, so good.
I’m really writing this blog for you! I hope the info helps you deal with the critter issues in your world. And I hope there’s an occasional smile found amongst my offerings. And if you have a critter you’d like included, let me know and I’ll see what I can do. Thanks for visiting our How To Get Rid Of Pests Blog and Happy Hunting!
– John H Goldshot
Pigeon spike comes in several different sizes and configurations and is made from several different materials or combination of materials. But all of them have one thing in common: they are all considered to be a ‘ledge product’, meaning they are intended to protect ledges from roosting pigeons. The spike chosen for any specific job is dependent on a few variables: […]
Written by: John Goldshot | February 28, 2017 | Categories: Bird Control Services
Olive trees are messy! The ripened olives can also stain sidewalks and other surfaces they land on. The mess can be tracked in onto carpets or into your vehicle. It also provides a food source for some unwanted critters. Read to see how olive tree spraying can help […]
Written by: John Goldshot | December 22nd, 2016 | Categories: Weed Spray Services
Although mice, rats, gophers and squirrels are active all year in the Metro Phoenix area, the probability of rodent/human interaction goes up significantly in the fall and winter each year. Why do there seem to be more mice and rats in the fall and winter? Because it’s getting cooler […]
Written by: John Goldshot | April 6th, 2016 | Categories: Animal and Wildlife Control Services
Are pigeons driving you crazy? Descendants of the European Rock Dove (Columba Livia), the pigeons that we see on our homes and other buildings here in the Phoenix AZ area are a feral population, meaning they […]
Written by: John Goldshot | April 2nd, 2016 | Categories: Bird Control Services
So you finally make it to the weekend and you get to sleep in past the usual 5 AM alarm. But just as the sun peaks over the Phoenix, Arizona horizon you’re awakened by the sounds of nature: a woodpecker drumming on your house! I know you want to, but don’t […]
Written by: John Goldshot | July 30th, 2015 | Categories: Bird Control Services
Need guaranteed bee removal? Bees are amazing little creatures, aren’t they? And we certainly get our fair share of bees in the Phoenix area. They’re closely related to wasps and ants but offer benefits that their pesky cousins don’t: pollination and, at least in the case of the European Honey Bee, the production of honey and […]
Written by: John Goldshot | July 30th, 2015 | Categories: Bee Extermination Services
Do you have a bark scorpion problem? There are approximately 43 known species of scorpions in Arizona and in the Phoenix area. All scorpions can sting and inject venom (they don’t bite), but only one species of scorpion […]
Written by: John Goldshot | July 30th, 2015 | Categories: Scorpion Extermination Services
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