There are many benefits of a pest control plan, but the main one is that you’re always protected! You can trust that we’ll treat your home regularly, and if you happen to have any additional problems, we’ll be there to take care of it. Check out our plans!
Of course! While we recommend plans to keep your home safe for life, we understand that this isn’t for everyone. Call us and we’ll give you a quote!
This will depend on the plan you choose, but you can typically expect us once a month or once a quarter.
Some of our treatments do not require entrance, but we’ll alert you if your service does!
The most common signs are mud tubes (small tube-like tunnels made of small pieces of soil and wood that termites use as protection from predators and dry environments while traveling between a food source and the nest), hollow wood, damaged wood, or blisters in wood floors, and remains of termite wings left behind on windowsills or near outdoor lights. See more signs here.
Noise, scat, tracks, messes, and smells typically give it away. Make sure you call us before handling the situation on your own!
Adult bed bugs are brown to reddish-brown, approximately 3/16 inch long and ⅛ inch wide. They’re broadly oval and flat. Bites are essentially painless and often go unnoticed while the bugs are feeding, but they may result in skin rashes and allergic symptoms. Because they prefer human hosts, they’re typically found in areas with lots of people — like apartments, hotels, and schools. Here’s everything you need to know about bed bugs.
DIY pest control can be dangerous. You’re likely dealing with harmful chemicals and may not know how to properly apply them, which could put you and your family at risk. Plus, there’s no ongoing maintenance, and you may not be properly identifying your pest problem. Read more here.
Remove sources of food and water, seal gaps and holes throughout your home, and trim plants and trees near your home. Read more tips here.
An encapsulated crawlspace improves the air quality inside your home, helps eliminate pests, helps avoid fungi and mold issues, protects against structural damage, improves the energy efficiency inside your home, and reduces asthma and allergies. Explore more here.
If not installed properly, this could potentially void your termite contract. That’s why you should never let anyone you don’t trust in or under your home.
Yes! Many pests carry allergens into your home, and many people are very sensitive to droppings and debris from pests. See if you’re at risk here.
Even if you keep your home clean, roaches can still get in! A roach treatment will help eliminate them, and sealing up any cracks and crevices throughout your home will help keep them out.
We use two systems to treat termite problems: the Sentricon System and the Termidor System. We’ll conduct a free in-home inspection to decide on the best treatment for your home.
March-September are the prime months for mosquitoes, but it is important to begin treating your yard early enough to give the treatment plenty of time to begin working.
Yes! We’re your bug guys. Just call us and we’ll come out as soon as we can.
If you find a pest after we treat your home, don’t hesitate to call us. Sometimes there may be a few that linger after a treatment, but if it’s something that needs some extra care, we’ll gladly come out and fix the problem at no extra cost.
Pests typically get inside your home through small holes, cracks, crevices, screens, pipes, the list goes on. We’ll conduct a thorough inspection of your home to help locate and fix the problem.