Moxie Pest Control Pocatello, ID

Our mission is to increase the standard of living and the quality of life for clients, employees and the community through safe and dependable pest control service. That is why our services are complete and results guaranteed. With Moxie's Pest Protection Program, not only will we control your current pests, but help prevent any future invaders. Moxie will return the following month to rid the home of any surviving adult pests and prevent new hatchlings from reproducing. Because most infestations originate outside, your technician will focus on the outer perimeter of the home and outlying areas of the yard. Future service treatments will be exterior-only, without requiring you to be home or having to worry about scheduling conflicts.

Moxie's Pest Protection Service begins with a licensed technician providing a full inspection of your residence and property. During the inspection, the source of all problem areas will be identified, as well as potential harborages. Your technician will create a customized treatment plan for your specific target pests year-round, using the most effective and environmentally-conscious pest control solutions.
  • Ants
  • Bedbugs
  • Bugs
  • Mices
  • Spiders
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Phone Number (208) 237-0688
City Pocatello, ID
Zip Code 83202
Address 1136 Petersburg Ave
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They have a broad, flattened body and a relatively small head. They are generalized insects, with few special adaptations, and may be the most primitive living insects. The mouth parts are on the underside of the head and include generalized chewing mandibles. They have large compound eyes, two ocelli, and long, flexible, antennae.
Spiders are viewed as beneficial when capturing and controlling other insect populations but inside the home they are considered pests. They belong to the largest order of arachnids that have eight legs and chelicerae with fangs that inject venom. As of 2008, there has been approximately 40,000 species of identified. Size and features depend on the species.
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