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ServicesWe offer a wide variety of pest control services including:
- Nuisance Wildlife Control
- Humane Live Animal Capture
- General Pest Control
CompanyA Tucson family owned and run business. We know your local needs.
- Commercial and Residential
- Contracts are never required!!!
- Services performed by Licensed Technician
SolutionsFrom Bees to Weeds, solutions for your pest & weed issues.
- Scorpions, Snakes and Spiders
- Rodents and Weeds
Specializing in Termite Control
- AMA Exterminating offers Post Construction termite control services including 1 and 5 year warranties.
- We use the most up to date methods and termiticides available to the industry.
- We offer FREE no obligation termite inspections and estimates.
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One of the most familiar insects in the world is the honey bee. Honey bees are social insects and are highly evolved. Worker bees are usually 2/3 inches long and are covered with light colored hairs, thickest on top of the thorax. Honey bees may be various shades of yellow, black, brown or orange. Honey bees have three adult castes queens, … [Read More...]
There are two kinds of houses in Tucson. The houses that have termites and the houses that eventually will have termites. Subterranean termites are a common problem, and left undetected can cause serious damage. Approximately $4.5 billion is spent annually in the U.S. to control subterranean termite infestations and repair damage they … [Read More...]
Oriental cockroaches are a very common pest. The females are 1 - 1 1/4 inches long and have wings, but cannot fly. The adult oriental cockroaches are dark brown to black in color. They can be found in mulch beds decomposing leaves, under stones, near drains, and in crawl spaces beneath your home. Oriental roaches can enter your home through … [Read More...]
Subterranean & Drywood Termites
Termites are structured very similar to an ant colony. The majority of the colony population is made up of worker termites. Worker termites are responsible for constructing tunnels, caring for eggs, and securing the food supply. The soldier termites are responsible for defending the colony. Winged reproductive termites produce the offspring in … [Read More...]