Why should I hire a professional when I can try and do it myself?

Often it is important to identify the type of pests you want to treat. Using the wrong chemicals can allow insects to build a tolerance or spread even worst throughout your home. Using chemicals incorrectly can be a danger to your family and pets.

How long after the initial treatment does it take to see results?

Some insect infestations can take months to eradicate, but normally you will start to see a decrease in numbers in 7-10 days.

What type of treatment methods does your business offer?

Residential and commercial structural pest control treatments for most common insects and rodents - this includes occasional invaders, cockroaches, fleas, bed bugs and mosquitoes.

Why do fleas, ticks, and bed bugs require more than one treatment to control?

The level of infestation and their ability to reproduce so quickly make them hard to treat and control. The chemicals do not penetrate the eggs; therefore, a second or third treatment may be needed to kill the nymphs once they hatch after the first initial treatment.

Is pest management safe for my family and pets?

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) includes the combination of environmental control measures and the use of safe chemicals. It is important to note that the proper chemical must be applied according to all label instructions.

Does the treatment include both the interior and exterior? Does the exterior include the entire yard?

Treatment includes interior as needed (upon request) and 4-6 foot around the exterior perimeter of the structure. Treatment of additional structures (workshops, detached garages and storage sheds) and the entire yard are optional for additional charges.

How often do I need a treatment (monthly/bi-monthly/quarterly)?

Depending on levels of infestation, once it's under control it is possible to adjust the frequency of service. Keep in mind that chemicals degrade over time and only last 30-60 days depending on weather conditions.