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Emtec Pest Control can eliminate your household pests today in Broken Arrow Oklahoma!

Seeing a huge spider run across the bathroom floor, discovering a trail of ants marching through the kitchen, or hearing a mouse inside the wall are all things that make homeowners uncomfortable. Once confronted with a pest invasion, homeowners have two main choices: travel to the local home supply store to purchase a pesticide product that may or may not work, or you can call in Broken Arrow's best pest control company, Emtec Exterminators, who will definitely get the job done.

If you are looking for pest control service in Broken Arrow you have found Oklahoma's most trusted extermination company. Emtec Pest Control has been eliminating pests like termites, ants, spiders, scorpions, and more since 1979 in Broken Arrow and its surrounding areas like Jenks, Bixby, and Coweta.

Contact Emtec Pest Control today to rid your home or business of any and all unwanted pests. Our technicians are licensed, experienced and ready to provide you with a completely free, whole home or business pest control evaluation. We have over 35 years of professional pest control experience serving Oklahoma and targeting Oklahoma’s most difficult pests. Get started on getting rid of unwanted pests in Tulsa by calling us at 918-251-0030 or by filling out our online contact form. You can also connect with us on social media for more helpful pest control tips and information.

Ants Return to Oklahoma

Many Oklahomans are starting to tend to their garden this spring – despite large amounts of rainfall. While this may be great for many plants that are beginning to grow, it is also causing a steep increase in the number of ants looking for new areas to expand their colonies.

Termite Season Peaks in April

Most homeowners and business owners in Oklahoma know the importance of termite control. While the presence of termite swarms may signify that termite season is reaching its peak,
Cockroach

Roaches: A Year-Round Problem

For most Oklahomans, cockroaches are among the most reviled and annoying pests that can be found in a home or business. These persistent pests can pose serious health risks as they spread disease and cause allergic reactions the longer roaches are left to conquer new areas.
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Start Spring Cleaning with Rodent Control

The start of spring is often a time for rejuvenation and renewal. As flowers begin to bloom and familiar animals and birds start to become a normal site, it can also be a time of great frustration for homeowners as pests also begin to emerge.
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Prepare for Spring Spiders with Winter Pest Control

While many Oklahoma homeowners may be enjoying the reprieve they have had from a variety of pests this winter, it is important to start preparing now to avoid potential problems that may occur in the spring.
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Why DIY Cockroach Treatments Often Fail

Just the thought of these small, dirty creatures scurrying around on a kitchen counter or bathroom sink is enough to send shivers down the toughest person’s spine.

Ants Return to Oklahoma

Many Oklahomans are starting to tend to their garden this spring – despite large amounts of rainfall. While this may be great for many plants that are beginning to grow, it is also causing a steep increase in the number of ants looking for new areas to expand their colonies.

Termite Season Peaks in April

Most homeowners and business owners in Oklahoma know the importance of termite control. While the presence of termite swarms may signify that termite season is reaching its peak,
Cockroach

Roaches: A Year-Round Problem

For most Oklahomans, cockroaches are among the most reviled and annoying pests that can be found in a home or business. These persistent pests can pose serious health risks as they spread disease and cause allergic reactions the longer roaches are left to conquer new areas.