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Redi National Eliminates All Pests, & We Guarantee It.

With the implementation of our unique pest control program, you can rest assured that no pest will ever bother you again. Our goal is to exterminate the pests in your home, plus keep the pests on the outside from moving in.

(Exclusions apply. Read Terms & Conditions)

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The Redi National Difference

100% Pest Free Guarantee*

Our pest-free guarantee is to give you peace of mind. If we are unable to resolve your pest problem, our technicians will come back until your pest problem is solved at no cost to you. (Exclusions apply. Read Terms & Conditions)

Professional & Experienced Technicians

Most of our technicians have been with us from the beginning. We continually invest in new technology and advanced training for technicians, so they are always using the latest techniques to protect your home.

We Price Shop To Offer You Competetive Pricing

Let us do the price shopping for you. We believe in fair and transparent pricing. We are continually surveying competitors’ pricing to provide you with the quality service you need at or below market prices.

Same-day and Weekend Service

When a pest emergency strikes at 10 am on a Sunday before the big event, you need someone there immediately. We work around your schedule, so you focus on what is important to you. (same-day service applies to calls before 3 pm.)

Free Comprehensive Inspection

During our free comprehensive inspection, we will inspect your home from top to bottom, inside and out, for current or potential pest problems.

Frequently asked questions

  • Identification: The first step in effective pest management is to correctly identify the pests involved. This requires a good understanding of the biology of the insects or other pests and the habitats where they are found.
  • Exclusion: Once the pests have been identified, steps should be taken to exclude them from the building or facility. This may involve sealing cracks and gaps around doors and windows, installing screens on doors and windows, repairing damaged screens, caulking around pipes and conduits entering buildings, and using weather stripping around doorways and window frames.
  • Treatment: If exclusion measures are not successful in preventing pests from entering a building then you need to eradicate them with effective pest control solutions.

Pest control is the act of inhibiting, repressing, or destroying pests. It can be used in both agricultural and non-agricultural settings, and it is something that people have been doing for centuries. There are a variety of pest control methods available, but the most common one is probably using chemicals.

Chemicals are widely used in pest control because they are effective at killing a wide range of pests. They can be applied directly to an infestation, or they can be used as a preventative measure to keep pests from entering an area in the first place. Some common chemicals used in pest control include insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides. There are other methods of pest control that are becoming more popular, such as using heat or ultrasound.

There are a few things you can do to try and prevent pests from becoming a problem in your home. First, make sure to clean up any food messes right away. Pests are attracted to food odors, so the sooner you remove the scent, the less likely they are to be interested in sticking around.

Second, seal up any cracks or openings that pests could use to get inside. Take a look around your doors and windows and make sure there are no gaps where insects can squeeze through. If you do find any openings, seal them up with caulk or another material.

Third, keep your yard tidy and free of debris. If there’s a lot of stuff lying around, it should be cleaned and organized

Different pesticides have different degradation rates, but most of them tend to break down fairly quickly in the environment. However, it’s important to remember that just because a pesticide has degraded doesn’t mean that it’s no longer harmful. Many of these chemicals are toxic and can still cause damage even after they’ve broken down.

For this reason, it’s always important to consult with a professional pest control technician before using any kind of pesticide. They’ll be able to tell you how long the chemical will remain active in your home and how best to use it safely and effectively.

After a home or business receives pest control, there are a few reasons why one may see an uptick in bugs before the infestation is fully mitigated. Initial contact pesticides kill exposed pests on contact. However, for those bugs that were not exposed or weren’t killed outright, they may become agitated and more active as the treatment takes effect. In some cases, pests will try to flee their nesting area after realizing that it’s becoming inhabitable, which can lead to an increased number of sightings as they cross paths with humans in their search for a new home. Finally, as dying pests expire, their carcasses can attract other scavengers looking for an easy meal, resulting in yet more bug activity around the treated area.

Still, have questions?

If you cannot find an answer to your question in our FAQ, you can always contact us
and we will be happy to help you.

Redi National Pest Eliminators – Your Premier Pest Control Service in Seattle

Since 1981, Redi National Pest Eliminators has been a leading name in pest control, safeguarding homes and businesses across the Seattle area with top-tier services. As seasoned exterminators, we specialize in eradicating pests including termites, ants, rodents, and more. Today, we invite you to experience the Redi National difference with a complimentary inspection!