Noticing more spiders in the garage, or cockroaches hiding in room corners? You probably have a pest problem. If so, the sooner you take care of it the better!
We’ve got services starting at only $35 that can help eliminate your pests by spraying the exterior and interior of your home.
Keeping your home pest-free is so important. No one likes the thought of bugs taking over your living area. Not only are they a nuisance, but they can cause damage to your home and it’s structure.
If you are considering pest control service for the first time, you may wonder what to expect from the initial visit. Deciding on what company to work with can get overwhelming because there are so many great companies to choose from. One thing Bug Blasters Pest Control customers love is that we have zero contract obligation. We work hard to provide the best service possible, in turn keeping you as a loyal customer. We want to earn you as a customer, not tie you down in an expensive contract.
Once you know what to expect from the first pest control service, the process gets a lot easier. We put together a list of six things you should expect from your first pest control visit.
A Professional Introduction
Our techs will arrive on time and come dressed in a uniform and introduce themselves to you upon arrival. You should feel comfortable with his or her presence in your home since they will need to move around both inside and outside. Therefore, make sure to ask any questions or voice any concerns now. Then, you’ll be able to relax and the exterminator can do his or her job.
Entry Point Inspection
One of the most vital places to get checked is the entry areas. This means checking around pipes, windows, doors, attics, garages, and crawlspaces. These are all areas where pests and rodents can enter the home. An inspection of these areas may take some time, as we need to look for cracks and find hidden areas that could allow pests to enter.
Another important step is inspecting your yard and the rest of your property. By checking the outdoor spaces, we might be able to find areas that could lead to future problems and be able to prevent them.
Review and Report
There’s a good chance that your exterminator will need to take a few minutes to put together his or her findings. Expect them to spend a few moments in his or her car or at a table going over the information found and creating a plan for future treatments.
After we’ve gotten all the data put together, we will sit down with you to discuss the findings. The idea is to inform you of exactly what is going on in your home. You should learn what we found, and what steps you need to take to remedy any current problems and prevent future ones. This is also a great time to ask any questions you may have about the inspection or future services. You may wish to ask if you need to use any precautions around pets, or if you need to do any follow-up care on your own.
Although it seems simple to treat a home for insects and other pests, it can be a lengthy and complex process. When you understand exactly what your exterminator will do during the visit, you can prepare yourself and your family for what is ahead. Plus, you and your new pest control partner will be prepared to work together keeping your home happy and pest-free–now and in the future.