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Magic's Seasonal Pest Control Program

Magic Pest Management LLC follows IPM protocols. Integrated Pest Management means a systematic approach to managing pests, by focusing on long-term prevention or suppression with minimal impact on human health, the environment, and non-target organisms. IPM incorporates all reasonable measures to prevent pest problems by properly identifying pests, monitoring population dynamics, and utilizing cultural, physical, biological, or chemical pest population control methods to reduce pests to acceptable levels.

Magic implements these guidelines in our Seasonal Pest Control Programs. The seasonal programs consist of four visit per year. Magic does offer other Seasonal programs such as twice or three times per yearly visits. If additional visits are required because of a pest problem, they are done at no additional cost to the client. Our technicians are fully equipped with the tools and materials necessary to perform the job right.

First, Magic Pest Management performs an Inspection

  • Confirm the pest problem
  • Evaluate the best approach to solve the pest problem at the time
  • Works with the client to achieve the best long-term solution to prevent future pest issues.
  • Implement a plan of action that may include some or all of the following;
    • Mechanical Methods
    • Biological Methods
    • Chemical Methods
  • Then Re-inspection and evaluate the results. If they don't work, then create a new plan of action.

The client must remember that no pest control program however well designed and maintained will produce lasting results without sanitation and structural integrity of the structure. Its integrity must be maintained at the highest possible level. Meticulous sanitation and building maintenance are the first and most important tools in pest control. If pest find entrance into the building and/or readily available food and harborage, the application of pesticides can be of only limited value. During the service visit, the service technician will notify the customer of conditions at the site which adversely affect the success of the pest control program and make specific recommendations for their correction.

Magic's Pest Management Service Professionals look for the following pests

Spring (April, May, June)

  • Bees and Wasps
    • Carpenter Bees
    • Paper Wasps
    • Mud Daubers
  • Termites and Termite Swarmers
  • Ants
    • Carpenter Ants
    • Odorous House Ants
  • Carpet Beetles
  • Occasional invaders are making their way out of homes
    • Lady Bird Beetles
    • Western Conifer Seed Bug
    • Box Elder bugs
    • Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs
    • Pine Moths

Summer (July, August, September)

  • Ants and Ant Swarmers
    • Carpenter Ants
    • Odorous House Ants
    • Ghost Ants
    • Pavement Ants
    • Pharaoh Ants
    • Little Black Ants
    • Yellow/Citronella Ants
  • Bees and Wasps
    • Paper Wasps
    • Yellowjackets
    • Bald-Faced Hornets
    • Honey Bees
    • Mud Daubers
  • Rodents
    • Mice
    • Rats
  • Nuisance Wildlife
    • Squirrels
    • Raccoons
    • Birds
  • Mites
    • Rodent Mites
    • Bird Mites
  • Lice
    • Book Lice/ Psocids
    • Bark
    • Human
  • Occasional Invaders
    • Millipedes
    • Centipedes
    • Springtails
    • Clover Mites
    • Field Crickets
    • House Crickets
    • Pill/Sow Bugs
    • Earwigs
  • Flies
    • Blow/Bottle
    • Cluster
    • Drain/Moth
    • Fruit
    • Fungus Gnats
    • House
    • Deer/Green Eyed/Horse
  • Spiders
    • Yellow Sack Spider
    • Hobo Spider
    • Wolf Spider
    • Black Widow
    • Brown Recluse
    • Orb Spinning Spiders
  • Stored Product Pests and Fabric Pests
    • Indian Meal Moths
    • Carpet Beetles
    • Varied Carpet Beetles
    • Furniture Carpet Beetles
    • Larder Beetles
    • Drugstore Beetles
    • Cigarette Beetles
    • Saw-Toothed Grain Beetles
    • Merchant Grain Beetles
    • Spider Beetles
    • Weevils
    • Silverfish
    • Angoumois Grain Moths
    • Case-making Clothes Moths
    • Webbing Clothes Moths
    • Red and Confused Flour Beetles
    • Blood Feeders
      • Bed Bugs
      • Stable Fly
      • Deer/Green Eyed/Horse Fly
      • Dog Tick
      • Brown Dog Tick
      • Blacklegged Tick
      • Cat/Dog Flea
      • Oriental Rat Flea
      • Mosquitoes
        • Anopheles
        • Aedes
        • Culex

Fall (October, November, and December)

  • Crickets
    • Field
    • House
    • Camel/Cave
  • Roaches
    • German
    • Brown-banded
    • American
    • Oriental
    • Smokybrown
    • Surinam
    • Wood
    • Bed/Bat bugs
  • Rodents
    • Mice
    • Rats
  • Ants
    • Carpenter Ants
    • Odorous House Ants
  • Stinging Insects
    • Yellowjackets
    • Wasps
  • Occasional Invaders trying to get into the structures
    • Western Conifer Seed Bugs
    • Box Elder Bugs
    • Lady Bird Beetles
    • Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs

Winter (January, February and March)

  • Rodents
    • Mice
    • Rats
  • Nuisance Wildlife
    • Squirrels
    • Raccoons
    • Birds

Magic also takes the time to inspect the structure deficiencies during this time of year. We include them in our service slip for your review.

Although not every pest is included in the Seasonal Program Agreement (see the agreement for specifics) most are. If you don't see a pest on this list, don't worry, just ask us if we take care of it. We inspect for them anyway to alert you the pest presence. This way you, the client, can make the quickest and the best possible decision on how to resolve the pest issue. The earlier you address a pest issue, the easier it is to resolve and less expensive it is.