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Occasional pest invaders

Unlike cockroaches, fleas or rodents, not every pest our clients deal with poses a health risk. However, these occasional invaders can be a serious nuisance to your home or business. No matter how common or uncommon your pest problem is, you can trust the licensed and trained pest control professionals at Richland Pest & Bee Control. Our technicians will safely implement extermination measures with minimal disruption or inconvenience to you, your family, your employees or your customers. Safe, modern pest control is what you get when you choose our team!

Since 1977, our skilled exterminators in Hartford, Waterbury, New Haven and surrounding areas have helped residential and commercial clients across CT get rid of:

– Boxed Elder Bugs

– Centipedes

– Cluster Flies

– Flies

– Little Black Ants

– Silverfish

– Sow Bugs

– Millipedes


– Pavement Ants

– Water Bugs

– And More…

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Licensed to Kill What’s Bugging You in Hartford, Waterbury, New Haven & Throughout CT

Is something else bugging you? Don’t hesitate to give Richland Pest & Bee Control a call 24/7 at 1-800-308-9126, or contact us online to learn how our CT exterminators can effectively eliminate your unique pest infestation. With decades of experience in the pest control industry, our team offers reliable, trustworthy service that’s given us an exceptional track record with our customers over the past 35+ years.

We proudly offer free estimates on all of our pest control services in Hartford, Waterbury, New Haven, and surrounding areas across Connecticut.

Richland Pest & Bee Control offers occasional and nuisance pest control to homes and businesses in all areas of Connecticut, including Avon, Bristol, Cromwell, East Hartford, East Haven, East Windsor, Farmington Valley, Hamden, Hartford, Hebron, Manchester, Meriden, Naugatuck, New Britain, New Hartford, New Haven, North Haven, Shelton, Southbury, Southington, Stafford, Suffield, Tolland, Trumbull, Vernon, Wallingford, Waterbury, West Hartford, West Haven, Windsor, Windsor Locks, and Woodbury. Look for us in your town!

frequently asked questions about PEST control

Click through the questions below to learn more about rodent habits and treatment options from Richland Pest & Bee Control. If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out by contacting us online, or giving us a call at 1-800-308-9126.

An example of an occasional pest is a stink bug. They do not infest homes or buildings, but may enter them in large numbers during certain times of the year.

An occasional pest is a pest that is not present year-round and only appears periodically, while a seasonal pest is a pest that is present only during specific times of the year.

An occasional pest is a pest that is not present year-round and only appears periodically.

The types of pest control services include residential pest control, commercial pest control, industrial pest control, and agricultural pest control.

Pest control services use a variety of methods to control pests, including insecticides, traps, baits, and exclusion methods such as sealing up cracks and gaps to prevent pests from entering.

The 4 categories of pest status are primary pests, secondary pests, occasional pests, and beneficial pests.

The 5 classifications of pest are insects, rodents, birds, wildlife, and arthropods.

The 3 methods of pest control are chemical control, biological control, and cultural control.

The five categories of pest management are prevention, inspection, identification, treatment, and monitoring.

The best method for prevention of pest infestations is to practice good sanitation and hygiene, such as regular cleaning and removal of food and water sources. Sealing up cracks and gaps to prevent pests from entering and using appropriate preventative measures for pets can also help prevent infestations.

Pests can be controlled through a variety of methods, including chemical control, biological control, and cultural control. Practicing good sanitation and hygiene, using appropriate preventative measures, and regularly monitoring and treating for pests can also help control infestations.

Pest control is important in operations to prevent damage to buildings, equipment, and products, as well as to protect the health and safety of employees and customers. Pests can also have a negative impact on a company’s reputation and can result in loss of business.