Cockroaches (also known as roaches) have been long despised by homeowners due to their eerie appearance. Cockroach control and management are important for health and safety reasons. Cockroaches are known to cause allergic reactions and trigger asthma attacks, especially in children. They also spread nearly 33 kinds of bacteria including Salmonella. Cockroaches are nocturnal in nature, hides during the day and becomes active at night. The number of cockroach’s we see mostly is usually a small percentage of a much larger population. Cockroaches prefer different habitats depending on the species.Areas where cockroaches are likely to hide include, cupboards, in and around refrigerators, stoves, and sinks. The most common species of cockroaches are the American and German Cockroaches, which ever kind of infestation you have, you can trust Crepps Fumigation Service for a one-time solution. Call on us today


Bed bugs are parasites that feed on blood, they require these blood meals to grow and reproduce. They live close to areas where people typically sleep, rest, or sit for long periods of time. Bed bugs are great “hitch hikers,” allowing them to travel long distances. They latch onto suitcases, clothes, and linens and can end up wherever these items are taken. This is why the spread of bed bugs occurs so easily. It’s often hard to identify bed bug bites, and they can easily be confused with bites from a different pest, making infestations difficult to detect and allowing populations to grow unnoticed. Speak to us today for free inspection and consultation and end the life of these blood sucking hitch hikers completely.


Fleas are small, flightless parasites that feed on the blood of various warm-blooded animals, depending on the species, and do transmit diseases to their host. Although most people think of fleas as a problem only for the family pet, they can also bite humans and are the most common transmitter of the Rare Bubonic Plague. The plague persists in nature by infecting wild rodents—including mice, rats, squirrels, chipmunks, groundhogs, and prairie dogs—and their fleas. Fleas that have fed on infected rodents can spread the infection to humans and other animals by biting them. Humans can also get the plague through direct contact with infected animals, both living and dead. This includes handling infected animals, coming into contact with their tissues or bodily fluids, eating infected animals, being bitten or scratched by infected animals, or inhaling infectious respiratory droplets. People can also be exposed to plague via their pets if they’ve acquired fleas from infected wild animals or been infected themselves. Call us for all your flea solutions.


Ticks are often mistaken for insects, but they are actually arachnids. Regarding tick identification, they are classified into two categories: soft ticks and hard ticks. Soft ticks often feed on bats and birds, while hard ticks feed on humans and pets. There are various species of ticks but the most common ones are the dog ticks, found usually on pest especially dogs and cats. Regardless of your challenge, if it is an infestation then, call us today for a one stop solution.


There are more than 700 ant species but only about 25 species commonly infest homes. Ants are social insects that typically live in underground colonies, made up of workers and a queen. Ants will eat practically any kind of food, but are especially attracted to sweets. Are you harassed by these tiny ants? Are they ejecting you from your own home? you can trust Crepps Fumigation to give you a one stop solution, call us today.

House Flies

Non-biting flies, such as houseflies, are not only nuisance pests, but they are also responsible for transmitting diseases and contaminating food. Flies are capable of contaminating food and transferring more than 100 disease pathogens. Food contamination is the most reasons why fly control should be extremely important in every home or restaurant. Flies are attracted to decaying organic material such as garbage bins, leftover food, dead animal or plant material. Contaminated food can cause diarrhea and stomach disorders. Call us today for your free inspection, diagnosis and solutions

Fruit Flies

These are tiny flies with red eyes and are attracted to fruits, vegetables and other fermenting materials like clogged drains, decaying organic matter and sour rags or mops. .

Drain Flies

Drain flies breed in gutters and stagnant dirty waters and are later seen flying about everywhere in the house. At Crepps Fumigation Service, we offer a range of flies control program including chemical methods like spraying and fogging, and non-chemical methods like baiting, drain treatment, traps and fly lights along with habitat modification


Each year millions of buildings are invaded by termites, increasing hugely the cost of refurbishment, rehabilitation, and other maintenance activities. It doesn't matter where you live, your home or business can be a target for termites. Even buildings and houses on concrete slabs are threatened by termites finding their way through small cracks. Subterranean termites are the most damaging kind and lives in colonies in the soil. Each colony is built around a king and queen, the sole purpose of termites is to reproduce. Most of the termites that comprise the colony are worker termites, the ones that cause the damage to your home or business. More often than not, early signs of termite activities are not easily detected by property owners until serious damages are caused. Your properties lifespan drastically reduces when termites are not absolutely treated. For all termite treatments and prevention, contact Crepps Fumigation for a quick and safe termite control with ten (10) years written guarantee

House Mouse

Rodents can be difficult to keep out of living abodes. mice can squeeze through spaces as small as a dime and rats can fit through holes the size of a quarter to enter your premise. There are various species of mice, but the most commonly found species in our part of the world are the roof mice and the house mouse. The house mouse is a small rodent that is nearly hairless and has a slightly pointed black nose with slightly protruding eyes and large ears. They range in color from very light brown to black and normally have a gray belly or buff belly. The droppings are black and have a nasty smell.

Roof Mouse

The roof rat gets its name from its tendency to find shelter in the upper parts of buildings. Once inside, roof rats not only damage materials by gnawing through them, but they also contaminate stored food and serve as vectors of dangerous disease. Roof rats are long and thin, they have large eyes and ears, a pointed nose and a scaly tail. Roof rats have soft and smooth fur that is typically brown with intermixed spots of black. Their undersides are often white, gray or black. Signs of a rodent infestation: Droppings (black in color) found around the home and in roof ceilings
1. Small rodent nests which can be made up of household materials, twigs, even grass
2. Gnaw marks on structures of the home as well as food containers
3. The sound of little feet scurrying overhead and through the walls at night

Are Mice Dangerous?

There are lots of risks associated with rodent infestation. Not only can they leave behind their feces and urine, but they are also known for spreading diseases and causing physical damage to the fixtures of your home such as eating up your electrical wire insulators which can cause fire. Mice are also excellent surface contaminators and this is the means of spreading diseases. Roof rats can also carry fleas and spread diseases such as typhus via fleas, infectious jaundice via urine in water or food, rat-bite fever via bites, trichinosis via undercooked pork and salmonellosis via droppings. Additionally, these rodents can cause food poisoning by contaminating food or food preparation surfaces.
At Crepps Fumigation Services, our services incorporate innovative strategies and quality products that eliminate and prevent pests from re-infestation.
We always make a follow up to your home or business for feedback and monitoring until we are sure we have completely gotten rid of threatening pest. Contact us today for a free inspection and we would help keep your premise safe