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Frequently asked questions

Her are couple of questions and answers to help you get started. If you have any other questions feel free to call me and I will explain answer away.
  1. Q

    What is a pest?

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    A pest is any animal or plant which has a harmful effect on humans, their food or their living conditions.
  2. Q

    Who defines what a pest is?

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    You do, every person is allowed to deem what they want a pest to mean. Some people view field crickets as nothing more than a natural sound machine that’s helps them sleep at night. Others who have had a cricket inside their home know just how unpleasant that sound they make can become over time.
  3. Q

    Why should I choose a professional for pest control, how hard can it be?

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    Physically it’s not hard at all to do. The complexity lies in what this insect is, what is the reason it was attracted to the property in the first place and what is the correct materials that need to be used to have a positive effect on the situation. With the right equipment materials and study materials you can make the correct choices for your own pest control application.
  4. Q

    Can I as a home owner make this situation worse by trying to fix it myself?

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    O Yes. The favorite among the do it yourselfer, the (Bug Bomb) has been known to lift a home off of its foundation when the contents find a source of ignition with in a home. Also some insects react poorly when sprayed with certain materials that are widely available over the counter.
  5. Q

    Why should I choose you?

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    The short answer, I would never do something to your home I wouldn’t do to my child’s beadroom.
  6. Q

    Why should I choose you?

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    The long answer, through many careful observations of the homes placement, surrounding features, travel habits time of year I am able to determine the contributing factors that lead to the cause of the infestation in the first place. Next comes the identification of the pest. Once the pest is properly identified I can decide on the appropriate corrective actions to take and materials to use. The goal is to use the least amount of materials as possible to have total control over the pest problem. What material I use is going to be the lowest potential for harm possible. Organic pesticides like Rosemary Oil, Chrysanthemum Oil, lemon Grass Oil, Cedar Oil and Peppermint Oil to name a few, work fantastic at repelling many different pests. But not all pests can be eliminated from your home and for them a synthetic material with a low toxicity may be needed.
  7. Q

    Are your service safe?

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    California doesn’t allow anyone to say the word (safe) when referencing pest control. However this doesn’t mean that you can’t receive the utmost care and attention in your service, providing you with a healthier environment after a service than when there were pests present.
  8. Q

    What do you mean by organic pest control?

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    There is no definitive answer as to organic pest control at this time. The very act of calling someone to remedy your pest problem to some is a non organic action its self. The industry has flowed what the people have come to define organic as the use of organic oils and inorganic materials used to control insects and pest without the use of synthetic binders of synthetic active ingredients.
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