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We Offer More than Pest Control!

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If you've been looking for a solution to your pest problems, your search is finally over. You don't need to look any further because we've got you covered. Our expert team is trained to "get rid" of these annoyances. We have a defense against all the pests that effect central Missouri so you don't have to worry. Call us today for a free estimate. But pest control isn't the only thing we cover. Check out some of the other services we offer!
Organic Pest Control
We know it's important to you. We offer a full line of organic pest control products at Lake of the Ozarks to keep your family and your pets safe from not only from pests, but from hazardous chemicals too!

In addition to our pest control services include, we can assist with:
Lawn TreatmentsLeaf Blowing & RemovalWeed SprayingWinter Home ChecksDon't Forget About Your Dock!
We know you want to get on the water fast, not clean cobwebs and spider poo from your boat and boat dock. We also get rid o…

Get Rid Of Fall Pests With Best Pest Control!

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Although this week marks the official start of autumn, the bugs haven't gone away. Thankfully, pests like mosquitoes have gone down in numbers. However, there are still other types of pests that will be making their way inside to seek shelter from the dropping temperatures. Lake of the Ozarks' best pest control company has gathered a few of the pests you may see this fall:

Spiders
With the shorter days comes more exterior lights at night. Insects are naturally attracted to light, which means more will be spending the night around your home. Spiders will be making their webs around these lights to catch these insects. While we may appreciate them keeping the insects at bay, we don't want spiders hanging out around the house. Best Pest Control can spray the exterior of your home to make sure these spiders don't make themselves comfortable. 
Cockroaches
Cockroaches like many other pests seek shelter during the fall and winter months to escape the cold. Unfortunately, this she…

What Makes Pest Control So Important?

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It's the best feeling to be called upon in a time of need. At the Lake of the Ozarks' Best Pest Control, we're often called after a pest problem has been discovered. Controlling the pest population and removing them is an important service. Pests just wouldn't be pests if they didn't cause alarm, pose a threat, or just scare people. Luckily, the best company for pest control at Lake of the Ozarks is a subject-matter expert when it comes to preventing things like rodents and bugs from entering your home. A world without pest control would have more than a few problems. Let's see what makes pest control so important!
Spiders
While spiders eat other pests in the home, and generally pose little threat to people, they elicit a massive fear response in today's world. Here at Lake of the Ozarks, we are unlucky in that there are a couple of fairly venomous spiders that like to dwell within the home. Specifically, the Black Widow and Brown Recluse species. Both of the…

Yellow Jackets: Get Rid of Them Once & For All!

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Most people would say that wasps, bees, and anything with a stinger, are the worst thing about nice weather. Being stung is quite the painful experience. Best Pest Control at Lake of the Ozarks has a few tips when it comes to one specific flying stinger: the yellow jacket. Let's take a look at what makes these creatures so bothersome and what steps you can take to get rid of them once and for all!


Above or Below Ground
A yellow jacket nest can be difficult to find. Some species of yellow jacket like to build their nests in the trunk of trees, or in cracks of a building. This puts them in closer proximity to humans, leaving people at risk of being stung. Alternatively, another species popular in the Mid-west burrows into the ground, making a nest that is difficult to discover.

What Attracts a Yellow Jacket
Yellow jackets are attracted to a lot of human foods. Namely, meats, candies, and garbage all attract the insects. Keeping a tight lid on the garbage bin, and cleaning up properly af…