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Faq & Tips

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Why should I hire a professional pest control operator when I can do it myself?
  2. Will the chemical used in my house leave an odor?
  3. Do I have to empty my kitchen cabinets for my kitchen to be serviced for roaches?
  4. Do I have to leave the home after its serviced?
  5. How do I know if the products that a pest control company is using are safe?
  6. What are termites?
  7. How do you recognize termites?
  8. What can a homeowner do to prevent termites?
  9. Does homeowner's insurance cover termite damage?
  10. What questions should homeowners ask during a professional termite inspection/treatment?
  11. Can pests other than termites cause damage?


  • Because termites and other pests are attracted to moisture, avoid water accumulation near your home’s foundation. Divert water away from your home with properly functioning downspouts, gutters and splash blocks.

  • Quickly repair any house damage caused by moisture, such as a roof leak or plumbing leak.

  • Perform routine maintenance on your home, just as you do on your automobiles. You should routinely caulk, paint and clean your gutters.

  • Reduce humidity in crawl spaces.

  • Prevent shrubs, vines and other vegetation from growing over and covering vents and also from growing on the exterior of your home.

  • Eliminate wood contact with the ground around your home.

  • Remove any wood, construction debris, or fallen insulation from your crawl space or around your home.

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