During your initial service call, our trained technicians will talk to you about your pest control and lawn care concerns. We want to understand your home, learn about its history, what kind of treatments you have had in the past and more. Our trained technicians will partner with you, the homeowner, to determine what issues your home and lawn might be facing.
Our pest control technician will do a thorough inspection inside and out. During the initial walk-through, our technician will inspect the perimeter of your home, looking for potential pest entry points and problem areas outside. Inside your home, our technician will inspect the baseboards, exterior doorways, plumbing areas, attic and windows looking for potential pest trouble spots.
Once our technician has completed the inspection, you will be given a detailed report that will show the results of the inspection and recommendations that best suit the needs of your home.
Assess the Situation
We need to understanding the underlying reasons why pests are initially infesting that space. We assess through:
Comprehensive inspections – We will detect any sanitation issues or structural conditions conducive to pest infestations.
Identification – We will find active pests based on evidence found in your facility.
Risk evaluation – We factor in the building type, your geographic area, the type of business, the current pest activity and any conducive conditions.
Implement a Custom Solution
After conducting a complete evaluation of your business, our technicians will work with you to develop a customized program that suits your facility’s unique needs:
Focus on prevention – We will start with exclusion, sanitation and other non-chemical options.
Environmentally-conscious approach – If a product is needed, we will select a formulation and target the applications to do the most good with the least impact on the environment.
Sanitation consultation – If needed our technicians will consult with you to make sure your cleaning efforts make a real impact on potential pest “hot spots”.
Monitor, Document and Communicate
Monitoring – During regular service inspections, your technician will monitor for signs of pest activity, look for elements that might attract pests and make sure your program is working effectively.
Documentation and communication – After each service, we will provide a written service report that documents all services performed, pest activity found, and an action plan to correct any pest issues, as well as any structural and sanitation recommendations.