Yes. No one in the industry offers a better guarantee than Source Pest Control.
Yes. Our main goal is to satisfy you as a customer. We will work hard to earn your business because we want you to be with us for years to come. Source Pest Control has found that the best way to provide you with the quality of service that you want is to service your home year-round. We will invest a significant amount of time and resources to satisfy you as a customer and keep your home free of pests. In return, we simply ask that you stay with us for at least 12 months. Of course we are sure that you will be satisfied with the quality of service we provide and will want to stay with us for many years.
That’s a good question. In fact, a lot of people ask that same thing. Bugs are very tenacious! In order to get rid of annoying pests and keep them out of your home, a regular service is necessary. A regular service is also essential to break the pest development cycle. Insect eggs are resistant to pesticides. So even though we service your home this month, most of the eggs that pests have already laid will hatch next month. A regular service agreement provides you with year-round protection from your pests as well as those migrating over from your neighbor’s property. A regular service is also necessary due to the relatively short residual of the products available to professionals. Source Pest Control uses only products that have been registered with the Environmental Protection Agency. The residual, or length of time most products are effective against pests, is approximately 60-90 days. Therefore, having regular service is the only way we can provide a guarantee.
No. Source Pest Control offers the highest-quality pest control or rodent control service available. It is our mission to keep your home or business a pest-free environment. Pests can, however, gain access to your home or office in travel luggage, groceries, moving boxes, or some can even fly inside. Also, pest problems that one homeowner experiences can be a symptom of a larger neighborhood pest issue. This means that although we are treating your property, pests from the surrounding area can migrate over to your property and make an effort to get inside your home. In fact, when we finish a full pest management treatment of your home, the insects will be flushed out of their hiding places and so you may even see more pests than usual immediately after a treatment. We ask that you allow 2-3 weeks for the pest treatment to take effect. If you are still seeing an increased amount of pests, please contact us and we will retreat your home at no additional charge. By servicing your property on a regular basis, we guarantee that you will receive the most thorough and effective pest control service in the area.
If you don’t keep up on the service, it doesn’t work. Getting rid of pests is similar to weeding a garden–without regular maintenance the problem will just keep returning.
We will provide you with a free re-service as soon as we possibly can. We take re-services seriously and can usually be at your home the day you call or the next day.
Yes, we can service just the exterior of your home although we do recommend that you have the interior serviced during our first visit. In fact, many people prefer that we service just the exterior of their home. 99% of pests that enter your home crawl or fly in from the outside. Therefore, a quality exterior service will usually be sufficient. However, should you need an interior service, just give us a call and we’ll be happy to provide that for you at no additional charge.
No. When we service your home, mosquitoes that come in contact with our product will die. However, because mosquitoes can fly in from your neighbor’s property at any time they are very difficult to control. The best way to control mosquitoes is to remove all standing water from around your home and install screen doors.
No. When we service your home, flies that come in contact with the product will die. However, because flies can fly in from your neighbor’s property at any time they are very difficult to control. The best method to control flies is through sanitation and exclusion. For example, keep a lid on your trash can, make sure it is emptied on a regular basis, and install screen doors.
The best method for treating rodents is exclusion. Mice can fit into a hole the size of a dime and rats can fit into a hole the size of a quarter. Caulking and steel wool are great for sealing holes and cracks that mice and rats may enter. After you’ve sealed any entry points, we can implement a variety of products that will take care of rodents. We commonly use snap traps, glue boards, and rodent baiting programs.