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Getting Rid of Bugs in Omaha

The largest city in Nebraska, Omaha is home to nearly half a million people. The Gateway of the West, the city was a launching point for thousands of settlers during the 19th century.

Omaha holds the headquarters of four Fortune 500 companies and five Fortune 1000 companies. These include Green Plains Renewable Energy, TD Ameritrade, Berkshire Hathaway, and Union Pacific Corporation. World-renowned billionaire investor Warren Buffet also calls the city home. The city is also the birthplace of inventions like the pink hair curler, cake mix, and the Reuben sandwich.

Omaha is a town rich in history. The area was first inhabited by the Omaha, Ponca, Pawnee, Otoe, Missouri, and Ioway peoples. The name Omaha means dwellers on the bluff. The Lewis and Clark expedition passed by the riverbanks on which the town would later be constructed in 1804. In the early 19th century, Americans built several trading forts in the area. By the mid-1800s, the native peoples gave up their lands through a series of treaties.

Settlers renamed the city "Omaha" in 1854 and it's been growing ever since. Today, the town's major industries include agriculture, food processing, insurance, and transportation.

Omaha offers plenty of attractions for locals and visitors alike. You can check out lions, sea turtles, and sharks at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. This zoo is dedicated to research, conservation, and education. Visitors commend the customer service and the broad selection of animals to see.

The Old Market district is a hub of entertainment, art galleries, dining, and shopping. This district maintains a lot of historic architecture. It's even kept its brick-paved streets from the days of horse-drawn carriages.

With more than 45 restaurants and bars, you'll never be lacking for good food and drink. The Durham Museum features over 40,000 fascinating historical objects to enchant history buffs and casual museum goers. Housed on the former site of Omaha's Union Station, the museum preserves much of its original architecture.

Omaha is also home to the Lauritzen Gardens/Kenefick Park. This botanical garden houses an incredible variety of beautiful and fascinating plants. The garden is dedicated to education and provides tours and presentations for students of all ages curious about the world of botany.

You're sure to see some bugs in the park, some may hitch a ride home with you. But don't let pests become a problem in your house. Omaha is home to ants, termites, and bed bugs, all which can ruin your peace of mind. That's why LawnStarter makes pest control easier. You simply download the mobile app or log onto the website, and a pest-free life is just a click away. LawnStarter's certified experts can get to the root of your pest problems and keep your Omaha home pest free.


Neighborhoods we service in Omaha, NE

Omaha NE
Olde Towne
Quail Hollow
Hilltop Manor
Peony Park
Harvey Oaks
Turtle Creek
Pinevale And Pinewood
Sunny Slope
Orchard Heights
Carter Lake
Deer Park
Eagle Ridge
Gifford Park
Hanscom Park
Kountze Place
Meridian Park
Monmouth Park
Cattail Creek
Sarpy Acreages
Lake Forest Estates
Yorkshire Hills
Balla Machree Addition
Village On The Preserve
Glenmoor Park
Highland Park
Nw Omaha
Applewood Heights
Greyhawk / Picotte
Skylark Cryer
Western Oaks
Pacific Pointe
Whispering Ridge
Castle Creek
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