FAQ

What can I expect to happen during my pest control service?

During your initial service, one of our trained, certified pest control technicians will ask you to describe the problems you’ve encountered. They will also inspect your property to identify all problem areas, and the pests present. They will carefully treat the inside of your home, placing a pest-preventive material in potential harborage or entry areas such as window sills, door frames, pipe entry points, and cracks and crevices.

Will I still see pests after my first treatment?

Following service it is common to see pests one to two weeks after treatment. Even after your original infestation has been eliminated, pests living outdoors will continue to try to enter the home. Therefore an occasional pest may be seen between regular seasonal maintenance treatments. If you have more than an occasional sighting of pests inside, please call us and we will happily return with a solution at no additional cost.

Are your pesticides safe for children?

We offer the safest materials on the market, lower in toxicity than common household cleaning products. As an added safety measure, we typically recommend that children and pets avoid contact with the materials until they have dried or dissipated, usually within 15-30 minutes.

Why do I need ongoing pest treatment?

As with any pest control program, ongoing maintenance is necessary to ensure control and help prevent future infestations. Pests will always continue to look for food, water and shelter – all of which can be provided by the interior of your home. No matter how clean your house may be, the pests will enter. Therefore it is best to have a trusted professional provide seasonal inspections and treatments to help keep pest populations at a minimum. Our pest specialists know which pests are active as the seasons change, and which treatments will be most effective to protect your home throughout the year.

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