The average cost of a visit from a pest control company for preventative services range from $250-$400. The actual cost is usually based on the size of the home, what region you are in and what preventative services you select.
Exterminators rely on pesticides to eliminate the unwanted pests and rodents, using chemicals that could be more toxic than necessary. Pest control professionals will focus on why the pests are present and look to alter the conditions that attracted them in the first place.
Dependent on the services you receive, there may be no required time that you must vacate your home. Some services require 2-4 hours that you need to be out of the house. We are also happy to speak with you about the safety of your pets following an application.
It is recommended that regular preventative services are scheduled for at least two times a year. Depending on your individual home and existing issues, it may be recommended 4 times a year.
Every home is different it's just depends on your current situation. Give us a call today and we can schedule a free evaluation.
If you are dealing with a current infestation, then you may. Most homeowners do not need monthly applications for preventative matters.
Yes. Pest control in the winter not only prevent activity from pests during the winter, but sets homeowners up to prevent activity for the rest of the year. It is easier and more cost effective to have a preventative plan, rather than a reactive plan.
Yes. The goal of removing any kind of pest from your home is to keep your family & pets safe and to prevent damage to your property. Without pest control, rodents and insects that carry diseases will infiltrate your home and can cause harm to the structure of your home or harm your loved ones.
Yes. Many people believe that brand new homes are less susceptible to pests than older homes. The reality is, that newly built homes are just as vulnerable to pests. New homes are not built in a controlled, clean environment, so pest control services are recommended to prevent any infestations.