Showing posts from May, 2019

We Get Rid of Your Unwanted Pests FAST!

Best Pest Control , owned by Ryan & Katie Dauber since December 2015, has been serving Lake Ozark, Osage Beach, and Eldon,, Camdenton, Sunrise Beach and Laurie for 25 years and provides the best, honest and reliable services for our clients. Through the years, our goal has been to exceed the expectations of our clients. We are a team of highly motivated and professional technicians and staff dedicated to providing the BEST products and services. Check out the services we offer here: Best Pest Control is your source for all things pests. We've got you protected from all pests infecting central Missouri. Serving the entire Lake of the Ozarks, Best Pest Control offers a full range of pest control, animal control, and weed control services. Our Pest Control Services at Lake of the Ozarks Do you have insects and pests crawling around your property that you'd like to get rid of or protect yourself from? Look no further because we have you covered. Our expert team is t

Keep Wasps Away with Best Pest Control

This weekend is Memorial Day weekend, which for many means outdoor celebrations and barbecues with the family. Many folks around the Lake consider this weekend the official kick off of the summer season. Unfortunately, with the nice weather, comes pesky wasps. Wasps swarming around your home is not something you want happening while enjoying the beautiful weather.  Best Pest Control at the Lake of the Ozarks  wants to help you enjoy your summer without any pests crashing the party. If you think wasps have made themselves at home,  Best Pest Control  has a few tips to help get rid of them and keep them away. Do You Have A Wasp Infestation? Seeing one or two wasps flying around your home could be unnerving, but how do you know when it's turned into an infestation? Locating the nest is the best way to figure out that these wasps have made themselves at home. These nests can be hidden or in plain sight. If the nest is hidden, you may notice the wasps flying in and out of a small

Get Your Home and Lawn Memorial Day Ready!

Memorial Day Weekend will be here before we know it. This is the perfect opportunity to visit your Lake of the Ozarks home, or if you live in the area full-time to invite guests to your home Lake home to celebrate. No matter what your plans involve, you want to make sure your home is ready for the upcoming festivities. Best Pest Control has a few tips to help you get your home ready for your Memorial Day Weekend plans. Keep Lawn Maintained During Memorial Day Weekend, you probably have plans to spend time enjoying your backyard space. Make sure it's a place you want to spend time in. Get the lawn mowed and trim back the trees and bushes. Pick up any leaves that may still be hanging around from the fall and weed eat the edges of your lawn. Not only will this make your lawn look beautiful, it will also keep the pest at bay. Clean Up The Deck If you're enjoying Memorial Day Weekend BBQing, you want to make sure your deck and patio area are ready to be used. Sweep up a

3 Tips to Keep Spiders Out of Your Home this Spring

While spiders may not do as much damage as some pests like termites, we do not like seeing them in our homes. Especially when that spider is dangerous, such as brown recluses or black widows, whose bites can cause severe reactions. Spring is the time when most pests like to come out of their winter hiding and invade our homes.  Best Pest Control  wants to help you avoid running across a spider in your home this spring. Here are a few tips to help you keep spiders out of your home. Prevent Spiders In Your Home The best way to prevent spiders from getting into your home is to make sure you don't have an environment that attracts them. Spiders will most likely make their homes outside in plants, piles of leaves or wood or undisturbed places like old tires or buckets. When you have these items next to your home, it makes it easier for them to wander inside. If you have these items on your property, make sure to give them some distance between your home to make it less likely for