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Pestkil offers Quarterly, Monthly and One off service contracts to our customers, depending on their individual pest control solution needs. We understand that keeping pests out of your home and garden is a priority. Our Pest Control Technicians are trained to provide you with the highest standard of service, while keeping your home, your children and your pets in mind.
Sod Web worm
Sentricon Baiting System for termites
External perimeter spraying
Ants and Roaches
Bats – Pestkil do not treat for bats. Please call the National Trust for assistance
Beetles and Weevils
Fleas & Ticks
With over 35 years of accumulated local experience in protecting all types of businesses from pests, including restaurants, offices, healthcare facilities, hotels, supermarkets and local government, means that you work with a pest control partner that knows how to protect all environments within your community.
All Commercial locations including:
We provide services to treat your lawn, trees, hedges, and house plants against pests that can damage or destroy your lawn and ornamentals.
All these species will invade your property. Some will nest in windows and door frames, others will nest in kitchen cupboards, wall voids as well as any cracks and crevices. Some will create large mounds in your yard and will bite.
Some of these species will fly in from outdoors and become a nuisance, whilst others will be brought in in boxes, containers or even enter via septic tanks and grease traps. The German cockroach in particular can breed in your kitchen cabinets and large numbers can occur in a short space of time.
Rodents gain entry to your home and business by finding holes as small as ¼ inch. The black rat is also known as the roof rat and normally climbs walls / trees to gain access to the roof.
Flea eggs fall off the dog/cat onto carpets normally. These will develop into larvae and eventually into a pupae. The pupal stage can remain alive for several years if no blood meal is available. They can detect mammalian body heat and exhaled air and hatch immediately into adults.
Ticks are a nuisance and can infest your home in huge numbers if proper action is not taken immediately they are noticed. Normally its dog owners that suffer tick infestations.
These have large claw like structures around their heads that contain venom. They forage during the night and eat small vertebrates and spiders.
There are many pests of foodstuff found in the Cayman Islands. These pests infest tobacco, seeds, cereal, nuts, grain, herbs etc.
Scorpions are very common in certain parts of the Cayman Islands. During the day they live under rocks in dark places including attics. They can easily climb walls gaining access to the attic in your home searching for food
Millipedes are generally harmless to humans, although some can become household or garden pests, especially in greenhouses where they can cause severe.
Honey bees are only treated if they pose a real threat to people, ie: the hive has moved inside the house and only after contacting a bee keeper first.
Hornets are the largest of the eusocial wasps, and are similar in appearance to their close relatives yellowjackets.
We have over 30 species of mosquitoes here in the Cayman Islands and 80% of them would be the black salt water mosquito (Aedes taeniorhynchus) that breeds in the black mangrove areas. Many of the other species breed in freshwater – cisterns, temporary pools, around the home in old buckets or pots – some even breed in septic tanks.
Chinch bugs use their piercing mouthparts to suck sap out of grass blades, and inject a substance into plants that interrupts water movement
They feed on grass roots (and organic matter in the soil), causing sections of grass in the lawn to die. Grubs eventually turn into adult beetles
This destructive garden pest gets its name because it travels in small insect armies and consumes just about everything in its path.
Sod webworms live in the thatch, just above the soil, where they spin a light webbing and feed on the undersides of leaves.
Cutworms are moth larvae that hide under litter or soil during the day, coming out in the dark to feed on plants. A larva typically attacks the first part of the plant it encounters, namely the stem, often of a seedling, and consequently cuts it down; hence the name cutworm.
Aphids, also known as plant lice and in Britain and the Commonwealth as greenflies, blackflies, or whiteflies (not to be confused with "jumping plant lice" or true whiteflies), are small sap-sucking insects and members of the superfamily Aphidoidea.
Found in warmer growing climates, mealybugs are soft-bodied, wingless insects that often appear as white cottony masses on the leaves, stems and fruit of plants.
Common on houseplants and in greenhouses, the whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum) is a sap-sucking insect that is often found in thick crowds on the undersides of leaves.
Common on backyard trees, ornamental shrubs, greenhouse plants and houseplants, over 1,000 species of scale insects exist in North America.