Pest Control FAQ's: Re-treatments, Pesticides and Chemicals Used

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Pest Control FAQ's

How much does it cost?
Rates for our services vary by the amount of area to be treated.

Are lengthy contacts required?
No, our service agreements state that you may cancel service at any time with a 10 day written notice.

Are re-treatments included?
Yes, as long as the account is current and the service schedule is uninterrupted, re-treatments for covered pest problems are done at no charge. See the service agreement for covered pest and other problems.

Do you use "toxic" chemicals in or around my home?
We use only EPA registered pesticides that are labeled for use in and around homes. We also use the least toxic pesticide that is available to control the targeted pest and apply it according to label directions.

What about my children and pets?
For lawn applications we can call before we come to treat the lawn so that you can keep kids and pets indoors until the products have dried on the lawn or have been watered in. Indoor applications generally do not require any special actions. We do not do "baseboard spraying". All pesticides are applied well away from children and pets in places such as cracks and crevices, behind heavy appliances, behind switch plates, etc. where insects hide and breed.

How often should I water my lawn?
The amount of rainfall your area receives should dictate how often you water you lawn and how much water you apply. In the springtime, or dry season, lawns only need water up to two times a week, less if it rains. You should water your lawn when it shows signs of stress from lack of water, such as the lawn turning a lush-gray color, lingering footprints or leaf blades folded in half. See More>>

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