Pest Control and Exterminators Hays Kansas
When it comes to safe and responsible pest control services, Hays Kansas residents and business owners have been trusting World Pest Control to deliver consistent pest control services for all of their exterminator needs. As a family owned company we value and respect that trust, and will continue to do so into the future.
Some of the services we provide in Hays Kansas are.
- Thermal Heat Remediation Treatments for Bedbugs in Hays and surrounding towns and cities.
- Regular termite inspections, termite control methods, and termite treatments if necessary. We use the Sentricon System.
- Exclusion: We can help you locate, seal and pest proof cracks/crevices and other entry points around your Hays house or office.
- Evaluation: We will look at conditions around your property that may lead to higher levels of pest, rodent and mice activity. (weeds, uncut grass, garbage, etc..)
- Treatment: WE will help you set up a pest control program for your Hays house or business that gives you a number of options for treatment. The use of rodent bait stations, snap traps, glue boards, ketchall live traps are some of the tools we use.
- Some other pests we encounter on a day to day basis in Hays are, Fleas, Roaches, Rats, Ticks, Beetles and flying pests.
Temp-Air Thermal Heat Remediation™ for Bed Bugs
Temp-Air Thermal Heat Remediation™ is the most effective & greenest way to eliminate bed bugs in Hays KS. We are proud to be one of the first companies in Kansas to offer the Temp-Air Remedial Heat Treatment ™ for Bed Bugs.
Temp-Air Thermal Remediation ™ is a proven non-chemical method of treating bed bugs. Research has shown that all life stages die within minutes at a temperature of 120 degrees. We sustain a temperature of 120-140 degrees for a few hours and monitor the temps with wireless sensors to ensure that every bed bug hiding spot reaches the lethal temperature.
Visit our Pest Library and Knowledge Center, to help identify pests routinely encountered by our Hays KS residential and commercial customers.
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In its early years, Hays City was a violent frontier town characteristic of the American Old West. More than 30 homicides occurred in or near the town between 1867 and 1873, and it was the location of the original Boot Hill. Several notable figures of the Old West lived in Hays City at points, including George Custer and his wife Elizabeth, Calamity Jane, and Wild Bill Hickok, who served a brief term as sheriff in 1869. Hays City became the county seat of Ellis County in 1870. By 1872, many of the rougher elements of the populace had left, mainly for Dodge City, and Hays City became more civilized. In 1885, the town was incorporated, and “City” was dropped from its name.
Volga Germans began settling the area in 1876, having found land suitable for the lifestyle and type of farming they had practiced in Russia. They brought with them Turkey Red Wheat, a type of winter wheat whose cultivation contributed to the agricultural transformation of the region. Bukovina Germans began settling in the area in 1886. These groups had a significant impact on the local way of life, establishing Hays as a regional center of ethnic German culture.
Fort Hays closed in 1889. In 1900, the Kansas delegation to the U.S. Congress secured the fort’s land and facilities for educational purposes. The following year, the Kansas Legislature established the Fort Hays Experiment Station, part of Kansas State Agricultural College, on the Fort Hays reservation and set aside land for the Western Branch of Kansas State Normal School, which opened in 1902 and eventually became Fort Hays State University. Fort Hays opened as a historical park in 1929 and was later acquired by the Kansas Historical Society. In 1967, it became the Fort Hays State Historic Site.
Hays began to modernize in the early 1900s with a power plant, waterworks, telephone exchange, and sewer system complete by 1911. Over the following decades, the city evolved into a regional economic hub. Development of oil fields in the surrounding area began in 1936 with Hays serving as a trading center and shipping point. Hays Regional Airport opened in 1961. Interstate 70 reached Hays in 1966. Today, Hays is a commercial and educational center for western Kansas.