While there are many benefits of living in Baton Rouge, such as great food and warm weather, there are also some disadvantages. The warm climate in South Louisiana makes it a favorite spot for a variety of bugs and insects to thrive and make their homes. Some of the creatures commonly found in Baton Rouge are ants, bees, beetles, fleas, mosquitoes, roaches, rodents, spiders, termites and silverfish. Besides being nuisances, some bugs can do real damage if not treated. They can damage property and homes, and even spread diseases.
Termites are unfortunately largely popular in the South, especially Baton Rouge. Subterranean, or underground termites, are particularly dangerous, causing billions of dollars in damages each year. Our employees are skilled in the extermination of and prevention of future termite infestations in your home or business. We are highly qualified to treat your termite infestations at your home or business.
No Structure is Immune to Pests
We offer treatment for homes and businesses, since pests don't care which type of building they are invading. Many Baton Rouge businesses face the same dangers of pest inhabitation as homes do. In such circumstances, our operators are discrete and keep the details of your business’ infestation confidential.
At Bayou Cajun Pest Control, we understand your need for a pest-free environment. We have a knowledgable staff who provides trustworthy service to our local residents of Baton Rouge. We take a customized approach to treating your family's needs while keeping your safety at the forefront of our practices.
We have over 40 years of practice in the field of pest control in the Baton Rouge area. As a local business, we are proud to offer our customers the latest technology and most reliable methods to treat your home or business. Each pest invasion is different, and we strive to make your case personal and efficient. We are committed to solving the problem, no matter how many visits it takes. Not only are our methods effective and efficient, but they are also environmentally responsible.