Frequently Asked Questions About Pest Control Services
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- If I don't have any problems now, do I still need pest control services?
- I have a pest problem but I am not sure what the problem is. How can I find out what it is and how to get rid of it?
- What are your environmentally conscious alternatives?
- I have an abundance of pests, do you have a solution?
- How long do I have to leave the premises?
- Do the chemicals used have a bad odor?
- Why should I hire a professional when I can do it myself?
A. Although you don't see any problems now, that doesn't mean that pests don't exist or that there won't be any in the near future. By establishing a preventive I.P.M. (Integrated Pest Management) program; you will ensure that your facility will be free from future pest infestations. This is particularly true in regards to bed bugs. A preventative program is a good investment in protecting your reputation from this growing problem.
A. You have come to the right place! Just give us a call and we will be happy to come out and survey your pest problem. Our pest management technicians will be able to identify your pest and can create and effective program to get rid of whatever it is.
A. We use state-of-the-art low toxicity chemicals that are much less harmful to people, pets, and their environments than what is currently offered by the majority of companies in the pest control marketplace. We integrate cutting edge tested "green" alternatives to our arsenal of standard chemicals to be friendly to the environment as well as to give you the best eradication results possible.
A. Every problem has it's solution. After a detailed and thorough evaluation of your specific pest situation, a safe and quick solution will be rendered.
A. Because we use low toxicity chemicals, you can usually stay home or on your property during the treatment. Flea and spider treatments require that you leave for two to three hours. Roaches, bed bugs, ants, mice, termites, and just about everything else can be taken care of while you're present.
A. Because we use I.P.M. (Integrated Pest Management) the chemicals we use are usually odorless. Your safety and that of your customers and employees is always our first priority.
A. Do-it-yourself pest control is certainly an option for homeowners; however, most homeowners lack the knowledge and training that licensed professionals have to treat pest problems effectively. In commercial environments such as offices, warehouses, factories, and hospitality environments, treatment is best left to the professional who is fully aware of federal and state guidelines for work place safety.
The essential component in treating and eradicating a pest problem is the correct identification of the insect species, developing a course of action that takes the insect's biology and habits into account, and using the most efficient chemicals on the market for licensed professionals in your treatment plan. It is also critical that the treatment materials used are handled properly to ensure effectiveness and safety. A professional pest control technician has the training, licensing, and expertise to handle all of your pest control problems effectively.
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