Weed Removal and Control

Eliminate your Lawn Pests and Weeds

Those pesky weed problems can creep up on you. Cracked concrete, crowded out landscaping, brown spots and withered leaves can all be signs that weeds are taking a toll on your garden. The invaders suck up the moisture meant to water beneficial and beautiful garden plants. It’s best to call Killroy Pest Control to prevent damage from happening or stop it if it does.

If weed and pest problems are left untreated, the damage can be irreparable. Weeds and disease can rapidly kill valuable trees and vegetation, reducing aesthetics and property value and increasing fire hazards. Weeds are sometimes poisonous and can harbor pests that carry disease. People and animals may all be at risk of physical reactions.

Killroy’s highly trained pest control professionals will treat whatever bugs you. From bedbugs to beetles, moles to mice, or crabgrass to cottonweed, Killroy can annihilate the annoyance. If you prefer natural pest control methods, their Sensitive Solutions division offers non-chemical green options. Elimination and preventative maintenance is offered as a one-time or a recurring service. Treatment options range from spraying, tenting, trapping and drill/plug methods. Killroy staff is trained to know the right option for your situation. The goal is to get rid of the problem and keep it from coming back.

Killroy Pest Control has been servicing homes, schools and businesses since 1956. The family-owned company has 26 employees with over 350 combined years of experience. Named by Phil and Norma Olivarri based on the popular graffiti character of the day, everyone knows Killroy. Dennis Merrill, an entomologist, and his wife Dennie took over management in the 80s and 90s. Now stepping back in, Phil and Norma’s daughter Lynn and her husband Richard Schmidt have taken the helm, with Phil again a frequent fixture, but definitely not a pest.

We are glad to answer any questions or schedule an appointment.
We provide commercial and residential pest control services in the South San Francisco Bay, Tri-Valley areas, and Santa Cruz County.

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