Pest Control: Frequently Asked Questions
Q: If I see bugs after Precision Pest Control has serviced my property, what do I do?
A: If you are a current Precision Pest Control client, on our monthly or bi-monthly pest control plans, you’re covered by a guarantee. All you need to do is call our office and we will promptly send a technician out to evaluate the situation and treat is as necessary.
Q: What are the health risks associated with pests?
A: There are many serious health risks associated with certain pests, such as:
· Allergies, Asthma and food poisoning caused by fire ants, bees and roaches.
· Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever caused by deer and brown ticks.
· Dermatitis, murine typhus, Hantavirus, and bubonic plague caused by fleas and some rodents.
· West Nile Virus, Encephalitis and Malaria caused by mosquitoes.
· Anaphylactic Shock caused by Allergic reactions.
Q: Do you offer “Green” Pest Control Options?
A: Absolutely! We have a myriad of natural and bio-chemical products we use to control all types of pests. Precision Pest Control will
develop a plan for you that will tackle improvements in sanitation, interior/exterior bait stations, harborage reduction and habitat
modifications. We use botanicals, oils, bio-chemicals and insecticidal soaps that are environmentally safe.
Q: Do you require long-term contracts?
A: No, we do not require long-term contracts. We offer services as needed or monthly, bi-monthly, and quarterly, all with
Q: Do you treat bed bugs?
A: Yes, but it takes a major effort. Bedbugs are very difficult to eradicate, so please call us to discuss your issues.
Q: Can Precision Pest Control get rid of mice and other rodents in my home?
A: Yes, our highly professional technicians have years of experience in rodent control. We can evaluate access points and seal them off, along with adding bait stations to your home to catch rodents. Please do not use poisons, such as De-con!! This is a very dangerous practice because most land owners don’t realize that the poisoned animal may take time to die and you don’t know where it will die. You can create bigger problems with flies eating dead rodents than the rodent problem itself. Plus, you don’t want any good predacious animals eating animals infected with poisons.