Cockroaches can be extremely frustrating as they breed incredibly quickly! In addition to being unsightly, they are highly unsanitary and spread disease.

When it comes to this specific pest, it is important to evaluate the situation very carefully. We must take all factors into consideration to formulate a complete battle plan specially tailored to your individual situation. Follow-up is extremely important because any that survive an initial treatment can rebound the entire population very quickly. Further, cockroaches can gain an immunity or resistance to certain chemicals over time. This considered; it is very important that action be taken thoroughly and correctly the first time.

We utilize many different products and techniques to combat these pests including baits, knockdown chemicals, and insect growth regulator’s which prevents further breeding. The only acceptable number for this insect is zero. We must exterminate the very last one!

Contact Us Today!

Got pests? Call us and get the benefit of local expertise! Our in-depth knowledge of local pest behavior and climate conditions enables us to provide targeted and effective solutions.

When you call Quality Pest Solutions, you always get:

Free estimates. When you call we'll either be able to give you an estimate over the phone, or we'll send a qualified technician to your home at no charge.

Solid pricing. What we quote you is what you'll pay.

No startup or cancellation fees. For services that are needed on a monthly, quarterly, or yearly basis, there are never any startup or cancellation fees.

Quality work. We stand behind the quality of our work. If you're unhappy with our service in any way, please contact us and we'll work to make it right.

As a small, local business, we pride ourselves in offering you personalized attention. Call or text either of our locations today, and let us help you get your pest problems solved!

Oak Creek, WI - 414-531-2515

Eagle, WI - 262-379-4900

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