Nest is Your Cockroach Control Exterminator in Washington DC
We’ll Kill All The Roaches in Your Home. Guaranteed.*
*We set up two visits to your home, two weeks apart and guarantee the results for a minimum of 3 months after the second visit. Ask for more details.
We’ve Exterminated Millions of Roaches Over the last 20+ Years
If You’ve Seen One Cockroach, You Can Be Sure There Are Many, Many More.
It’s Hard To Kill All The Roaches On Your Own
James looks for evidence of roach infestation in Washington DC. Evidence includes droppings, tracks, living and dead roaches and chewed things.
- You have seen roaches in your home, usually by the kitchen or pantry.
- There are little black flakes all over. This is cockroach feces.
- You’ve killed many, but they keep showing up.
- You thought you just had water bugs or palmetto bugs, then you got a good look at one and realized they are the same thing!
You Need Nest Pest Control To Exterminate Those Cockroaches
Cockroaches, termites and bedbugs are really what started the pest control industry as we know it today. Since these bugs carry so much disease and eat our food, we need to control their populations.
In Nature, roaches are useful insects that break down deadwood and other insect carcasses. They are kind of the recycling centers of the dirt. But they also carry a lot of disease, so they are not a good mix in your home.
Nest Pest Control has been controlling cockroach infestations for 20 years and we know what we are doing. We are good at eliminating these bugs.
Roach Hunting In Washington DC
Have you ever called a company in tears because of the problem you are having? Have you ever tried every solution you could to fix it? This customer had.
She tried bait, and traps, and roach motels. She tried all the big brands of sprays and even glues (good for mice, but not necessarily for roaches). She even tried diatomaceous earth, which probably did more good than she realized, but it wasn’t enough. So she called us.
When we arrived, we went to work looking for all the places they might be coming in her home and made some reccommendations to seal up her home. We laid our more powerful bait (the roaches eat it, dessicate back at the lair, other roaches eat the dead ones, and they die, too!) sprayed our pro-grade insecticide in all the right places at the right concentrations and followed up in two weeks and did it again.
No more roaches.
We Are Busy, So Call To Claim Your Spot Today!
Roaches are always infesting Washington DC, so we are always busy with exterminating them. In fact, we are open 24 hours, but that isn’t always enough. So you need to call now so we can get to your home and take care of the problem.
Today’s Coupon 1
Pest Control Inspection
Must Mention Coupon 1. For all new customers!
Today’s Coupon 2
Initial Cockroach Extermination
Must Mention Coupon 2. For all customers!
All coupons are valid with announcement that you have seen them. “Free” coupons for inspections never include WPI inspections for termites. Coupons are NOT valid after “normal business hours” meaning after 6 PM or before 9 AM. We do offer emergency services 24/7, though, so if you need a pest removed at 2 AM (and we have the manpower to spare that particular night) we can accommodate you.
Did you know…
Cockroaches are known by different names all over the world. Palmetto bugs and water bugs are especially prevalent in the southern USA. In Australia, they call ’em “cockies”, in other places a croton bug, a Bombay canary or even a blackbeetle and, of course, la cucaracha. No wonder there are so many names, there are over 4600 species of cockroach!
In America, there are primarily two species we are concerned with, though: the American cockroach and the German cockroach. The first image on the left, below, is an American cockroach. These bugs are actually not native to the Americas, but rather thought to have been brought over from Africa in the 1600s.
They are the largest roaches we have, from 1″ to 2-1/4″ in length.
The middle image is of a German roach. These are smaller at about 1/2″ when full grown. The only easy way to tell these two apart is by capturing one and studying their markings. But do you really want to do that?
The last image is of James, the owner of Nest Pest Control, in the bushes putting down a spray for cockroaches.
Do you have a question about cockroaches, our policies or pest control in general? Here are acouple of questions peole commonly ask. If you have another, just pick up the phone and call! (Or, send a message)
What does your cockroach extermination service cost?
When we come and inspect your home for service, we’ll let you know the exact amount. It will change based on the amount of infestation, maintenance packages chosen, size of the home and time of day you need it done. But typically, it starts at $225 for two treatments about one or two weeks apart to eliminate a roach problem, plus maintenance.
What if the roaches come back?
What's the first step to getting a treatment?
You need to send us a message using our online form, call us, or even text message us. James or his office assistants will give you a call back and go over scheduling.
Who owns Nest Pest Control?
James Williams is the sole owner of Nest Services, LLC and Nest Pest Control is a DBA os Nest Services.