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Since 1947, Schendel Pest Services has been delivering highly effective pest control services in Kansas and throughout the Midwest. We take pride in helping our residential and commercial customers protect their properties from pests and the dangers they pose. Our treatment options are designed to eliminate unwanted insects and rodents while remaining sensitive to our environment. If you have a pest problem, we are ready to be your trusted Leavenworth exterminators.
After many years of dormancy, bed bugs are back and rapidly infesting residential and commercial properties throughout Kansas. Often introduced on luggage, clothing, furniture and even on people who have been exposed to an infestation, bed bugs can quickly spread to other areas and are often found in a variety of places, including:
Airplanes & Other Modes Of Public Transportation
Hospitals, Nursing Homes & Other Health Care Facilities
Hotels & Commercial Lodgings
School Dorms & Common Areas
At Schendel Pest Services, we realize how harmful even a single incident of these biting insects can be for a business as well as how stressful it can be to find bed bugs in your bed. That is why we offer early detection with our Canine Bed Bug Inspection Services and complete relief from these nighttime pests with our bed bug treatment options, including:
Residential Bed Bug Control
Commercial Bed Bug Control
If you suspect a bed bug infestation in your Leavenworth home or business, please contact Schendel today.
At Schendel Pest Services, we understand that your home is constantly under attack by enemies you cannot readily see or hear. Insects and rodents are not just nuisance pests; they are capable of causing extensive damage to your home and threatening the health of your family if left unaddressed. That’s why we offer our home pest control solutions in Leavenworth that have been developed to eliminate existing insect and rodent activity and prevent future pest problems. Let our Premium Care program protect your home from:
Asian lady beetles
Mice and other rodents
And many other nuisance and damaging pests
If you are concerned about pest problems in your Leavenworth home, contact us today to request your free quote!
Termites are estimated to cause 5 billion dollars worth of damage each year to homes and businesses throughout the United States alone. While termites are not a direct threat to people, they are capable of causing extensive damage to wooden structures and the wood by-products within. At Schendel, we realize the negative impact these wood-destroying insects can have on Leavenworth homes and business and that is why we provide residential termite control and commercial termite control. Utilizing advanced bait and monitoring stations we’ll protect your property from termite activity.
Not only are pests a potential threat to your product and brand, they may also expose your employees and customers to serious health risks. One sighting of a cockroach, mouse or flies may be enough to deter even your most loyal customer and may discourage new ones from returning. At Schendel, we understand a sterling reputation is vital to the success of your company and we are committed to protecting your brand through our Total Quality Assured program. Ideal for multi-unit housing, food manufacturing plants, hospitals, hotels, restaurants and other commercial facilities our commercial pest control is one of the most comprehensive programs in the industry. Total Quality Assured is designed to:
Protect your reputation and brand
Provide you with the competitive advantage of a pest-free environment
Lower your risk
Increase your profitability
Make your job easier
Partner with Schendel Pest Services to keep your facility pest-free and your brand protected.
Serving Leavenworth, Kansas – 66043, 66048
"I just wanted to let you know that Steve, our technician, went above his usual duties on our last service call. I noticed a large mass of one inch catepillers on our drive and showed them to Steve. He thought they were from our trees and took one back to the office for identification. He called me back to tell me they were a yellow band catepiller. Later that same day my neighbor called and told me that her pine trees were being eaten alive with the same catepillers. I looked at the pine tree near my drive and noticed that the tree was stripped of its needles and covered in the catepillers. My neighbor called a tree service, they sprayed the trees and said the trees should survive, but won't look the best for some time. Tell Steve thanks again for his help."