FAQs

We've compiled answers to the most common questions about our pest control services, processes, and practices. Whether you're seeking insight on how to prepare for a visit, wondering about the safety of our treatments, or curious about specific pest management strategies, you'll find reliable information right here. Our aim is to ensure you're fully informed and comfortable with how we protect your home and loved ones from pests. If you have a question that isn't addressed below, please don't hesitate to contact us for more information.

Prepare your home by cleaning and decluttering the areas where treatment will be applied. Remove pets and cover fish tanks to ensure their safety. Specific preparation instructions will be provided based on the service you're receiving.

We prioritize the health and safety of our clients and their pets. The treatments we use are EPA-approved and applied by trained professionals to ensure they are safe while effectively addressing your pest problems.

The duration of a treatment can vary depending on the type of service and the level of infestation. Most residential treatments take between 30 minutes to 1 hour, but we'll give you a more accurate timeframe during the initial assessment.

While some results may be immediate, it can take a few days to fully realize the effectiveness of the treatment. You may notice an increase in pest activity as they come into contact with the treatment before dying off.

For special treatments, it's advisable to leave your home, especially if you have young children, pets, or someone with health concerns. For routine pest control services you and your family are safe to stay at home. We will provide specific recommendations based on the treatment plan.

The frequency depends on several factors, including the type of pests, the severity of infestation, and environmental conditions. We typically recommend monthly services for general maintenance, but we'll customize a plan to meet your specific needs.

Bait stations are used to monitor and control termite activity around your property without invasive treatments. Bait stations are maintained on a quarterly basis. Liquid treatments involve applying a chemical barrier in the soil to eliminate and prevent termite infestations. Liquid treatments are inspected on an annual basis. The choice depends on the infestation level and the specific needs of your property.

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While DIY methods can provide temporary relief, professional pest control services are more effective for long-term solutions. Professionals have access to more powerful treatments and can accurately identify and target pest issues.

We stand behind the quality of our services with a satisfaction guarantee. If pests return between scheduled treatments, we'll come back at no extra charge to address the issue.

We provide detailed prevention tips tailored to your specific situation, including sealing entry points, maintaining a clean environment, and regular inspections. Ongoing pest management services can also help prevent future infestations.