Pest Control Info
Chaparral, NM

Quick Glance

Pest Companies Within 25 Miles:

61

Average Customer Rating:

4.1/5

Mosquito Season:

Mar To Sept

Termite Probability:

Moderate

Chaparral, NM Pest Statistics

  • Around 61 pest control companies service Chaparral residents with an average customer service rating of 4.1 out of 5.

  • Anopheles mosquitoes are common in the Chaparral area with mosquito season lasting from March to September.

  • Arizona bark scorpions and Striped bark scorpions can be found in New Mexico.

  • Doa Ana County has a moderate concentration of Subterranean termites.

  • Roach density in Chaparral is very heavy with American cockroaches, German cockroaches, and Oriental cockroaches being present.

  • Deer mice, White-footed mice, Cactus mice, and Norway rats can be found in Chaparral.

  • The Brown dog tick and common flea are active from March to December.

  • Chaparral is home to a few stinging insects including s.

  • Roughly 332 ant species have been found in New Mexico with the Pogonomyrmex rugosus specie being the most popular.

  • Bed bug density is light in Chaparral, New Mexico.

Frequently Asked Questions for Chaparral

Based on market research, basic monthly pest control services in Chaparral can range from $35 to $50 a month. Three month billing cycles are common and could result in a discount over monthly billing cycles. Plans may require an additional startup fee and contract. Usually basic pest control plans will protect from most common household pests but will not cover the more difficult pests, such as termites. Termite protection can typically be added on to a basic plan for an additional fee, but could be included in the higher tier plans.

Monthly pest control is a great option for continuing to prevent pests from invading your Chaparral, NM home, but some residents prefer to call when a pest has been spotted for a one time extermination. One time pest control visits usually range from $200 to $500 depending on the current pest, and situation. In general, one time visits are more expensive but can sometimes be necessary.

With bed bugs light in the area, termite infestation extermination in Chaparral, NM is usually the most common and costly service, averaging $2 - $3 per square foot.



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Common Pests In Chaparral, New Mexico


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Arizona Bark Scorpions

Arizona Bark Scorpions are tan with darker backs and can reach up to 2.5 inches in size. They are nocturnal and only come out at night. They seek out cool and dark areas to nest such as basements, under tree bark, or beneath rocks. They are carnivorous and subsist off of insects and other scorpions. You may find them in your home when it is dark outside by simply turning on a blacklight revealing a glow of their light blue bodies.


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Anopheles Mosquitoes

Anopheles mosquitoes, having a brownish-yellow hue and measuring up to 5 millimeters in body length, display nocturnal activity patterns, and lack specificity in choosing host feeding locations. The successful completion of their lifecycle requires access to water sources, particularly for the purpose of egg-laying. Anopheles mosquitoes are infamous for their ability to transmit malaria.


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Subterranean Termites

Subterranean termites in Chaparral, NM are dark brown in color with oval-shaped bodies and milky-colored wings. They can grow up to 1/8th of an inch in size. Subterranean termites live entirely underground, making them challenging to detect. Their diet consists of wood that is typically in direct contact with soil and other forms of cellulose. In order to prevent infestations of subterranean termites, it is recommended to use chemical barriers for wood that comes in direct contact with soil around homes or buildings.


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American Cockroaches

Periplaneta americana, commonly known as American cockroaches, have a characteristic reddish-brown body with a yellow band outlining their pronotum. They are one of the largest cockroach species in New Mexico, capable of growing up to 3 inches in length. American cockroaches are omnivorous and have a diverse diet that includes organic matter, sweets, and human or pet food. They are known to spread diseases and contaminate food and surfaces.


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Pogonomyrmex rugosus

Pogonomyrmex rugosus have maroon colored bodies with thick grooves on their heads and grow up to 10 millimeters in length. They primarily eat seeds and build their nests in dry and dusty soil.


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Cactus Mice

The Cactus mouse (Peromyscus eremicus) exhibits a range of coloration from black to blonde and can reach up to 3 inches in length. They possess hairless tails and hind feet, with minimal hair on their ears. Nests are created by these mice in crevices and subterranean burrows. Their diet is varied, consisting of nuts, seeds, insects, and plants.


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Apache Recluse

Apache recluse are often tan or very light brown in coloring with skinny bodies and legs. If it were not for the dark brown violin-shape on their back, they would look quite similar to daddy long-legs. They can grow up to 3/8ths of an inch in size and prefer to keep their webs in dark areas that are low to the ground.


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Brown Dog Ticks

Brown Dog Ticks are a warm reddish-brown color when male and more of a steel color when female. Prior to feeding they are about 1/8th of an inch in size. After latching onto a host and sucking blood, they expand up to 1/2 of an inch in length. Unlike most ticks, they thrive indoors. This particular species of hard tick latches onto dogs and people to gain entrance into your Chaparral, NM home and then will remain indoors for the remainder of its life. Try using eucalyptus oil or diatomaceous earth to get rid of them.

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