Customized service plans to meet your needs
Most residential properties only require quarterly service
Initial visit includes a thorough inspection to identify any conducive conditions that could be contributing to a pest problem
Inspection includes: possible entry points, harborages and food sources
After that, we generally are able to control pests from the exterior of the home during visits, thus reducing chemical usage in the home
Quarterly service includes visits in between services if pests return
Our service covers: roaches, ants, centipedes, silverfish, earwigs, and other crawling insects
Other services such as fire ant, nest removal and flea treatments are available for an additional fees
We take an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach to your home. That means we identify any needed repairs and/or modifications to the property to help eliminate pest activity. We strive to use the least amount of chemicals in the most effective way to eliminate pests.
We will design a service plan that will suit your business needs and we will service your property when it is closed or during off-peak times
Commercial accounts receive a pest management log book that remains on-site at each property
This book includes all information and recommendations from past services, and a graph of the property so that pest problems and conducive conditions can easily be located
We keep your business manager informed of all details so your business can stay on top of sanitation issues
Fire Ant Control
Don’t let fire ants keep you from enjoying your lawn. An effective fire ant treatment can keep your family and pets safe.
Fire ants are very aggressive and can deliver a painful sting while ruining the look and safety of your lawn. Our fire ant control treatment will eliminate current nesting sites and will deter future re-entry into the lawn. For some lawns, fire ant control is an ongoing process. We can design a treatment plan that is right for you.
- Pests can transmit as many as 15 major disease-causing organisms including: West Nile Virus, Lyme disease, malaria, plague, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
- Insect stings force half a million people to the emergency room every year.
- Public health officials attribute the quality of life we have today to three things: better pharmaceuticals and vaccines, better sanitation, and better pest control.
- Seven to eight percent of the general population is allergic to cockroaches. Studies of inner city children in Atlanta with chronic wheezing and runny noses revealed that 44% of them were allergic to cockroaches. Recent surveys attribute cockroach allergens as the number three contributor to children’s asthma.**Source: National Pest Management Association
Ask about our 360 Plan that includes:
Termite Protection Pest Control Fire Ant Mosquito Control
AND a 10% discount!