How Often Should Pest Control Be Done
Homeowners and business owners usually get worried when their home or business is infested by insects, rodents or other pests. Once the problem is eradicated, you will likely have a sense of relief. However, to keep you pest free, you may be wondering when the next pest control service should be done.
In most cases, if you think you might be starting to have a pest problem, odds are you close to a full-blown infestation. It is important to note that the best way to treat a pest infestation is to prevent it from ever occurring in the first place. In other words, you shouldn’t wait until you need pest control to have it done.
As for pest control frequency, the duration between follow-up treatments is determined by a variety of different factors, including:
- The quality of the pest control measures used
- The type of pest
- The severity of the infestation
- How well the points of entry were identified and sealed up
- If prevention advice was adhered to
We share your concern and sense of urgency to get rid of your pest problem as quickly as possible and at the lowest cost. To truly “Live Pest Free,” you might wonder how frequently your home should be treated and inspected for pests and nuisance wildlife.
The answers lie in your tolerance for having pests and nuisance wildlife in your home. Some people prefer to wait until the pest infestation becomes unbearable. While others prefer a proactive approach. While some bugs require more frequent treatments, other bugs can be controlled by a few applications and adjustments to their habitat. In your custom treatment plan, your technician will also evaluate how conducive your property is to a particular pest
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