Residential Pest Control FAQ
Q: How does the treatment work?
A: Our product is a plant-derivative, water-soluble solution that dries on impact, depositing a chemical compound that directly affects the anatomical makeup of all insects. The insects that come in contact with this compound then carry it back to their breeding grounds, affecting the eggs and killing the problem at its source.
Q: Is the chemical compound safe?
A: The pesticide is pet and child friendly and actually makes up only 0.01% of the spray solution. The chemical levels are specifically calibrated to target and kill only the minute bodies of invading insects.
Q: Do I need to leave my house during the treatment?
A: For 95% of our services you do not have to leave your house while our technicians treat your home. Our products target bugs and are typically administered in low quantities and in places that are inaccessible to both humans and pets.
Q: How long will the treatment take?
A: We provide a two-hour time window for our technicians to arrive. Once they arrive at your home, the treatments take forty-five minutes to one hour to complete depending upon the size of your home and the types of an insect being treated for.
Q: What if bugs come back?
A: We offer a full-service guarantee so if the bugs come back between regularly scheduled visits, we will come to treat your home for free.
Q: How soon can you come to my house?
A: Generally, we will be at your home within the first 24 to 48 hours, depending on the availability of our technicians.
Q: How do I get rid of most bugs?
A: There are some simple steps to take to eliminate pests. Wiping out your sink nightly is one small step that can make a big difference. Using plastic containers instead of boxes and bags is also an effective means to ensure there aren’t vermin still thriving in unseen corners of your house.
As well, another effective way of keeping general pests out of your home is to eliminate the damp spaces on the outside of your house that attract these critters. This includes removing mulch, matted or clustered leaf buildup, wood, stones, and other objects that can trap or soak up water along the foundation of your house. Promoting a dry area around your home is essential to getting at were common pests like earwigs, beetles, and crickets tend to congregate.
Cleaning and maintaining a dry, uncluttered environment is the best way to assure insecticide treatment can be at its most effective in suppressing invasive pests.
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