Pest Control

Finding a pest infestation problem in your home is devastating. You start wondering how far spread the pest infestation is, if they've reached the kids' rooms, if they are eating out of your corn flakes box and whether or not they creep into your bed at night. You worry about diseases, structural damage to your home, and you get nervous about the simplest things, like taking a relaxing bath, reaching beneath the bed, putting on your shoes or opening a cupboard.

You have worked hard to provide your family with a house, a home that is safe, in which you can all relax and feel secure. Don't let a pest infestation problem rob you of all that hard work. 4Real Pest Control and Professional Animal Trapping works quickly and efficiently to reclaim your home and get rid of those annoying and invading pests. Our pest control specialized products are safe for both humans and pets, and will not turn your home into a toxic war zone. 4Real Pest Control and Professional Animal Trapping's pest control management specialists will take the time to explain the process and answer any questions you may have before getting rid, once and for all, of your unwanted guests.

Animal Trapping

One thing I've learned in my professional experience in all things animal is that you Can Not Train or Transform a Pest Control Technician or Termite Tech into a born Trapper. For instance  in Football not everyone can be the running back and run the football. Either You have it or you don't. It takes a Specialized group with a specific skill set to get the job Done Right The First Time. Understand it will take a considerable more amount of time each animal has its own behavior and personality. Here are catch rate is 100%. These professional animal trappers are animal behavior specialist who never miss their target.


Termites cause billions of dollars of damage to homes and other structures in the United States every year.  They steadily consume wood and sheetrock in walls, ceilings and floors. It has been estimated that termites cause more damage than tornadoes, hurricanes, and storms combined.  They have lived on Earth for around 250 million years and construct some of the largest nests of any insect. They can be so troublesome that most insurance companies do not provide coverage of damage resulting from a termite infestation.

Termites use chemical odors to communicate.  These chemical odors, called pheromones, are used to find mates, to warn others about danger, and to mark trails that can be followed by other termites. Pheromones are chemical scents undetectable to humans. Termites rely on scent to communicate because they are blind. While tunneling underground, the foraging termites lay down a trail of pheromones which they secrete from glands on their abdomen. When a food source is located, the odor trail is intensified to recruit other termites to the feeding site. Termites cannot “eat” wood. Termites require the help of single-cell organisms in their stomachs to digest it. Another gas produced by the digestive process of termites is methane. Termite methane production is said to be a contributor to global warming

Due to the various odors contributing to the scent picture surrounding termites, detector dogs can be extremely useful in locating them.  A termite detection dog is capable of locating these destructive insects long before they cause readily visible signs of damage.

4Real Pest Control prides itself in the selection of their dogs and only recruit dogs having exceptional work ethic, motivation, and hunting prowess.