Frequently Asked Questions
What Services Do We Perform?
We provide control of general household pests including, but not limited to, roaches, ants, spiders, rodents, earwigs, pill bugs, grasshoppers and fleas. We use a variety of pest management products and techniques to provide safe and timely control of these insects and rodents for the protection of our customers’ families and homes.
How Do We Protect Homes From Termites?
We provide safe, effective methods of termite treatment whether we use liquid products or baiting technology. The first step in the process is a thorough inspection of the property, including a dimensionally accurate graph. Then our technicians explain the treatment method that we believe to be the best option for your home and family. We like to give the property owners a few options for treatment. Different treatment methods are also necessary for different types of construction such as slab construction, homes with a crawl space, and split level homes.
Can We Guarantee You Will Never See Bugs?
No, but we can guarantee to control the insect population in the environment around your home so as to minimize their impact on you and your family.
How Are Bed Bugs Treated?
We use a combination of treatment methods, including vacuuming and liquid products. The key to all bed bug treatments is a thorough inspection and the generation of a site-specific plan to work with the homeowner or business owners to eliminate or treat all harborage sites.
Are Customers Required To Sign A Service Agreement?
No. We can provide services that do not require a 12-month service agreement, but our best prices are often bundled in service agreements so that we can provide the most economical package for our customers.
Will A One-Time Service Eliminate Our Bug Problem?
Yes, in many cases a single service may work, but often multiple services are necessary to control the insect problem and prevent re-infestation.
Do We Treat For Bees?
Yes, we do treat to eliminate bees (honeybees), but only when there are safety concerns or attempts to relocate them are unsuccessful. Bees are very beneficial insects, so as part of our environmentally friendly mindset, we like to find alternative methods to treat them. Other stinging insects, such as wasps, hornets and yellow jackets for example, do not receive this preferential treatment and are eliminated.