Branch Manager: Steve MartinPhone: (702) 527-3180
Serving the Las Vegas Area
Las Vegas, NV, and the surrounding metropolitan area is home to over 1.5 million people. The Nevada city also supports thousands of species of pests ranging from common pigeons, raccoons, ground squirrels, and mice to deer, snakes, rats, and rabbits. Pigeons, raccoons, squirrels, rats, and mice all contribute to the spread of disease and make messes of yards and the insides of buildings. Deer and rabbits are enemies of gardeners and carefully cultivated landscaping as various types of vegetation serve as their main sources of food. Finally, Las Vegas residents need to be on the lookout for snakes, specifically venomous species like the Great Basin rattlesnake and Mojave rattlesnake, as their bites can be fatal.