We specialize in offering a more personalized service to our clients by designing a pest control program that meets their individual needs.

Monthly contracts available, but not required – one-time services also available

We service the greater Bay Area and our work is 100% Guaranteed!
We offer same day service, as well as 24/7 emergency services

Providing treatment for a wide variety of pests including:

  • Fleas, spiders, beetles, cockroaches, bedbugs, etc
  • Full service rodent control
  • Animal trapping
  • Bird control
  • Bee and wasp removal

Below you can use some of the information we have assembled to help identify your pests.

Beesbee
While an important insect, bees can cause painful stings and are also an allergen for many people and pets.
If bees are hovering under the eaves of your roof or entering holes on the exterior of your home, you most likely have a hive. If you notice a hive near or on your home, contact us right away.

Identifying Characteristics:
Bees usually are black or brown with yellow stripes.

Waspswasp
Unlike bees, which sting once then lose their stinger, wasps will sting repeatedly and do not die after stinging.  Wasps will generally nest in holes in the ground or near a window. They defend their home quite aggressively.   If you notice wasps or a nest around your home, contact us right away.

Identifying Characteristics:
Although there are many different species of wasps, most have two pair of wings and a pinched waist. Colors range from black & yellow to greens and blues. They are easy to identify by their quick side to side flight pattern before landing.

Bed Bugsbedbug
Bed bugs feed on blood and hide usually in between mattresses and box springs. If you notice you have red bites and brown or black stains around your mattress or box spring, you may have bed bugs.
These are usually the result of international travel or brought into your home on furniture, luggage, etc.
If you’re waking up in the morning with bites on exposed areas of skin in a line or zig-zag pattern, contact us today.  We have extensive bed bug experience.

Identifying Characteristics:
Bed bugs are reddish-brown, oval and very small.

House Antsant
Ants are usually attracted by sweet foods.  If you have an ant infestation in or around your home, contact us today.

Identifying Characteristics:
Although there are many different species of common house ants, most are black, brown or reddish in color. May be winged or wingless.

German Cockroachgermancockroach
The German cockroach is the most common indoor roach species found in the Bay Area. The rate at which they reproduce make them the most tricky to treat.
They can usually be found in bathrooms, kitchens & pantries. Front Line Pest Control Services’ technicians are extensively trained to treat German cockroaches. Contact us today for a free estimate.
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Identifying Characteristics:
German cockroach are brown with two dark streaks on their body. They have wings as long as their bodies and can fly, but prefer to run.

Oriental Cockroachesorientalcockroache
Oriental cockroaches prefer a dark, damp place, but oriental cockroaches can also adapt to hide & breed outdoors. Oriental cockroaches live in large numbers and close to a food source such as a pantry or trash can. Front Line Pest Control Services’ technicians are extensively trained to treat Oriental cockroaches. Contact us today for a free estimate.
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Identifying Characteristics:
Oriental cockroaches are a very dark brown or black color, with a sheen. They range from 1-1 ¼” long.  They cannot fly.  Most common in late spring or early summer.

Micemouse
Mice are probably the most common rodent pests. They live inside, as well as outside near foundations; in shrubbery, weeds, crawl spaces, basements, or garages. Mice eat almost anything and need very little water to survive.
When the colder months hit they move inside nesting closer to a food supply. These nest are found in many places including: in walls, ceiling voids, storage boxes, drawers, under major appliances, or within the upholstery of furniture.  Mice are excellent climbers, jumping up to a foot high.
If you think you have mice problem, contact us today!  We have extensive experience in the treatment, removal and prevention of mice.

Identifying Characteristics:
Adult mice are small and slender and about 1-2 inches long, excluding tail. They have large ears, pointed nose and small eyes. The tail is as long as the head and body combined. The fur color varies, but it is usually a light grey or brown, but could be darker shades.

Ratsrat
Rats are climbers, commonly nesting in areas above the ground: trees, vines, attics, ceiling voids, or in spaces along the roof line. They prefer seeds, nuts, fresh vegetables and fruits, but will eat meat and grain products.
A few common signs of roof rat activity: hollowed citrus and other fruit, rat droppings, noises in your attic and walls or gnawing sounds and gnaw marks around roof eaves.
If you think you have rats, contact us today!  We have extensive experience in the treatment, removal and prevention of rats.
Identifying Characteristics:
Rats vary from dark brown to black. They have smooth fur, large hairless ears and a pointed nose. The tail is longer than the head and body combined. Their droppings are long and cylindrical.

Pantry Pestspantrybeetles
Pantry pests are usually found in flour, sugar, rice, cereal and more. Many unsuspecting homeowners bring pantry pests into their home through infested packages of foods.
Pantry Beetles
There are several species of beetles commonly found in dry foods, like packages of pasta, cocoa, nuts, dried beans and more. Getting control of your pest pantry situation if extremely important.  In addition to feeding on products in your cupboards they also deposit feces and castoff body parts in or on other pantry items.

Meal Mothsmealmoths
Meal moths are most commonly found in flour, rice, cereal and dried pasta. Chances are you probably won’t notice them until they are at an adult stage of development. If you notice small moths flying around the pantry or bugs with a long snout in or near packaged food, you probably have an infestation.

If you suspect you have an infestation, contact us right away.

Spidersspider
Depending on the species, house spiders can be found in both damp and warm, dry parts of buildings. Most species hide in cracks, darkened areas or in shelter they make from silk. Their diet includes insects, other spiders and any other prey caught in their web.
There are hundreds of spider species in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Black Widow is a dangerous spider.  A bite from a Black Widow will be very painful and sometimes lethal in smaller animals or people with compromised immune systems.
Although commonly found outdoors, homeowners may find spiders in any area of the home. Often times house spiders enter a house through holes and gaps around window screens or doors.
If you have a problem with spiders in or around your home, contact us today.
Identifying Characteristics:
Eight legs with no wings or antennae. Their bodies have only two sections – a fused head and body, and abdomen. All spiders have a pair of jaw-like structures with a hollow, claw-like fang at the end.  Black widow spiders are shiny black in appearance with an oversized abdomen. If you look on the underside of the abdomen you’ll notice a bright Red hourglass spot.

Carpet Beetlecarpetbeetle
Carpet beetles infest carpets and feeds on the fabric. Although carpet beetles rarely eat synthetic fabrics, they may feed on these items when soiled by perspiration, oil or food.
Carpet beetles can live both outside and indoors, especially when fueled by a food source such as upholstered furniture, wool, pillows, etc. They will make their way into your home through doors, windows or other openings, but may accidentally arrive by hitching a ride on flowers or plants.
If you see these small beetles on fabric/carpet in your home, contact us today.

Identifying Characteristics:
The carpet beetle is small and oval. They’re grayish black in color with a varied pattern of white and orange scales on the back. An orange-red band of scales runs down the middle of the back.