Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to have the exterior and interior treated?
By treating the exterior of your home, you can stop pests in their tracks before the pests ever even get inside to invade your family’s living space, where they can potentially cause problems and damage. However, if an infestation is severe inside the structure, an interior application is warranted.
How long does a perimeter pest treatment last?
The perimeter pest treatment we use stops pests in just minutes, while over-the-counter products can take days or often don’t work at all. It’s difficult to give an exact estimation of how long a treatment will last because it often depends on your specific pest problem and the weather.
Should children and pets be kept away from the treated area?
Children and pets should be kept off the treated area until surfaces are dry.
What should I do to prepare for a perimeter treatment?
One of the best things about perimeter pest control is how easy it is on you. There is little preparation on your part before we perform the treatment. Simply close the windows and pick up any toys, tools, or garden hoses lying next to your house. Leave the rest to us.
Is there any odor with the treatment?
No. One of the many advantages of the product we use is the lack of bothersome odor for your family and pets.
Why am I seeing ants/insects if my home was just treated?
The pest your residence was treated for needs to come into contact with the treated surface. It may take 7-10 days for the activity to subside.