A: In most cases, you won’t need a lot of preparation before we come. Usually, just making sure the kid or animal toys are picked up from the treatment area is all that is necessary. Sometimes preparation is a little more extensive for the first appointment. We will let you know before we come if anything will be needed.
A: No. Pest control treatment has changed from the old, spray everything down format. In most cases, the products we use are odorless.
A: Not in most cases. The products we use don’t normally affect common household pets. We do recommend, however, that you keep them away from the treated areas until the product is dry.
A: Pestworks offers preventive services for termites. Check out our Services page or contact the office: 972-620-3232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: Payment is accepted in the form of cash, check, or credit card. We accept the following credit cards: MasterCard, Visa, and Discover. In the future, online billing and payment will be accepted. Check out our Customer Care Center for more information.
A: It is always easier and good practice to be proactive rather than reactive when dealing with termite and pest control. Waiting until you see them may be too late to handle the issue in a quick, easy manner. Just because you can’t see bugs doesn’t mean they are not there. Quarterly pest control and annual termite inspections are a great way to make sure you don’t see them – or at least “live” ones!
A: No. After the initial appointment, it is not usually necessary for you to be home, as we will treat primarily the perimeter of your home. In some circumstances, we will need to treat inside again, but it is rare and we will make you aware when making your appointment.
A: We use only the best pest control products on the market. However, pesticides can be dangrous when used improperly. Our technicians are trained in the proper techniques to treat your home or business.
A: No. Many times customers believe that bugs go away in the winter, but in all actuality, they are still all around us. They are simply burrowing, hibernating, and laying eggs. Treatment during the winter months can be the most effective way to control pests in the other seasons of the year.