FAQ'S
 
What do I need to do prior to the Pest Control treatment?
Access to room edges is necessary to spray along skirtings. Therefore clothing articles, magazines, toys etc. should be moved off the ground. All food items should be cleared from bench and table tops.

What is the difference in Pest Control and Termite Control? Why doesn’t Pest Control include Termites?
A. Pest Control covers those pests that live above the ground in your home, while Termite Control covers termites that live under ground. The treatments are different types of treatments.

How often should I have a Pest Control treatment done?

Regularly at intervals of no more than twelve months. Shorter periods may be recommended, according to environment conditions.

Will the spray affect humans?
No, it will not affect you. The chemicals we apply are registered to be used in hospitals, schools and public places.

Will I see cockroaches, spiders or ants after the treatment?
Yes, it’s possible that insects may wonder in from outside. Chances are that they will have crossed treated areas and will die shortly after.

I’m renovating. When is it best to do the pest control?
We suggest that the pest control is done after all trades people have completed their jobs (painting, carpet laying, landscaping and final clean up). Preferably one or two days prior to moving in.

What are termites?
Termites are wood-destroying insects. While they play an important role in nature, experts estimate they cause $5 billion of property damage each year.

How much damage do termites cause?
Termites work 24 hours/7 days a week at damaging the wood in and around a structure. And, while they cause $5 billion in damage each year, there is no reason to think that termites cannot be controlled

How are termites controlled?
A pest control professional will come in and treat the problem so that you can live comfortably in your home.

How much does pest control service cost?
Because each home is unique in its pest control needs, please call so we can give you an accurate estimate. Many people are surprised at how affordable professional pest service can be.

How can I tell what kind of bug I have a problem with?
If you are unsure what kind of roach, spider, termite or other kind of bug you have, the best way to find out is to have it identified by one of our licensed pest control technicians.