RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL EXTERMINATING IN BUFFALO, NY
Having trouble distinguishing what pest you may be dealing with? Advanced Exterminating of WNY is here to help. From bed bugs, to termites, ants
and wasps, Advanced Exterminating of WNY is here to eradicate your infestation. Browse our Pest Identifier section below to learn more about Buffalo's most common pests. Contact us
anytime for more information.
These tiny nocturnal insects feed on blood. If you have noticed tiny bites, small red welts or even blood spots on your sheets, you may have bed bugs. Contact us today to learn more about bed bug control and learn more about your problem.
Carpenter ants seek refuge in homes and offices during the winter. They are attracted to water sources and are much larger than regular ants. Contact us today to learn more about ant control.
Flies are common everywhere, but it’s possible to have an unusual amount in one place. Advanced Exterminating has effective control treatments for all types of flies.
Ranging in color from black to brown, roaches can grow as big as 2 inches, depending upon the species. Contact us today to learn more about cockroach control.
Able to squeeze into extremely small holes and cracks, mice are identifiable by their large ears and long tails. Contact us today to learn more about rodent control.
If you have tunnel tracks in your yard, you likely have moles. They can damage gardens and grass. Moles can grow as large as 6 inches. Contact us today to learn more about rodent control.
Female mosquitoes are much larger than males and feed on blood. Males seek out plant nectar.
If you find winged animals in your food pantry or linen closet, it’s likely a moth. They can spoil food supplies and eat holes into clothing.
Most species of spiders are harmless, but you don’t exactly want them in your home. Spiders have poor eyesight and rely on vibrations in their web to catch prey.
There are many different varieties of termites and all are destructive to homes and structures. Termites eat wood, fabrics, carpeting, paper and more. They’re known to be attracted to water in homes. Contact us today to learn more about termite control.