Over 60 years experience providing effective pest control services

We Understand Your Pest Control Needs

Tallmadge OH - Chamber of CommerceWe are a locally owned and operated family business located in Tallmadge, Ohio.

American Pest Control Systems technicians are trained and licensed by the State of Ohio Department of Agriculture.

Call 330-633-5572 for an estimate for your customized pest control service plan. Our technicians inspect inside and outside your location to develop the right treatment plan for your individual situation.

The inspection process is the most important part of our service. It is critical that we properly identify the problem so we can follow the correct treatment plan.

Fully Licensed & Insured

Trained by OH Department of Agriculture

Our IPM approach…
Integrated Pest Management

  • We inspect the area.
  • Identify the pest problem
  • Select control methods based on size & type of problem
  • Apply materials judiciously
  • Evaluate effectiveness

Call Us at 330-633-5572

  • Locally Owned and Operated
  • Serving Our Customers Since 1961
  • Trained and Licensed Technicians
  • Customer Focused
  • IPM Approach
  • ONLY EPA Approved Materials
National Pest Control Agencies Member

Our helpful staff will focus on you, our customer, providing quality support that comes from over 60 years of experience, knowledge and training.

American Pest Control Systems
Integrated Pest Management

Our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an approach to pest control that combines all available methods of preventing pests in a given environment. In our IPM programs, pesticides are utilized only when necessary to achieve acceptable levels of control with the least possible harm or hazard to humans, non-target organisms and the environment.

IPM methods may be biological such as employing growth regulators or parasites; mechanical, such as using traps or other exclusion techniques, or even cultural such as focusing on better sanitation to prevent pest conducive conditions.

INSPECTION

A comprehensive inspection is conducted at every facility. Extra attention is given to the five(5) pest-activity zones: entry points, water sources, food sources, harborage points, and customer and employee areas.

FACILITY LAYOUT ANALYSIS

After the comprehensive inspection, all current and potential problem areas are noted. It is important to identify the operations traffic patterns, including the number of people who enter and exit the building every day.

PEST IDENTIFICATION

Different types of pests require different types of treatments depending on their growth patterns and characteristics. Operators and customers must team up with facility employees to accurately report where, when and how many pests were seen in order to help prevent infestations and control existing problems.

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CUSTOMIZED PROGRAM

There are too many variables to provide a ‘cookie cutter’ solution for any given facility. Location, climate, overall condition of the building and its age all play a role in determining an effective pest control treatment program. Our comprehensive inspection and analysis of the facility, including interviews with key employees, help American Pest Control to develop an effective pest control program tailored to the customer.

TREATMENT STRATEGIES

Non-chemical control options are always the primary option before an application is made.

IPM STRATEGIES FOR INDOORS

Typical pests include; mice, rats, cockroaches, ants, flies, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, spiders, termites, carpenter ants, and other wood destroying insects. Although beneficial as predators, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets and spiders can be troublesome.

WHAT CAN I DO TODAY?

Entryways: including doorways, overhead doors, windows, holes in exterior walls, openings around pipes, electrical fixtures or duct work:

  1. Keep doors shut when not in use
  2. Place weatherstripping on doors
  3. Caulk and seal openings in walls
  4. Install or repair window and/or door screens
  5. Install air curtains

Keep vegetation, shrubs, and wood mulch at least one(1) foot away from structures.