Reducing harborage area and eliminating conducive conditions is very effective in keeping rodents away! Trimming back all vegetation 1-2 feet away from perimeter of home; keeping garbage picked up around outside of home; eliminate piles of junk and debris outside of home, including picking up dog droppings; not leaving pet bowls of food outside; and making certain outside vents to crawlspace and outside attic vents are secure, will help greatly!
Most products say until the product is dry which can be 30-60 minutes on average. We recommend 1-2 hours to be safe.
Monitor insect activity for 2-3 weeks and re-apply as needed per label.
Cleaning only needs to be done if there is a fogging treatment in your home. In this case simply wipe countertops with a wash cloth using soap and water.
It depends case-by-case. Certain pests take longer to deal with than others, and certain homes are larger and more complicated to service than others. Some treatments may only take 30 minutes while others may take up to 8 hours depending on the severity and type of treatment that is needed.
While taking things into your own hands is great in some instances, pest control almost always requires more strategy and attention than you can give it. More often than not, homeowners tend to lack the expertise and time to handle most pest-related situations that are commonly encountered in or around a home or business. Call us right now at (214) 888-4821 if you want to stop your pest control issue.
There are several temporary solutions that may work for a short period of time, but in our experience, continued pest control is achieved through going above and beyond normal practices.
Amateur applications of over-the-counter, basic pest control products are nearly always ineffective, and take multiple time-consuming attempts. Like any chemical, pesticides need to be used with caution. Our certified technicians will ensure that the job is done right, and according to the law.
Safety and customer satisfaction are our top priorities at Haven Pest Solution, along with being as ecologically responsible as we can be. Each of our supplies is EPA-approved and biodegradable, and all of our specialists have received in-depth training in the safety requirements and best practices specific to the business. The products we utilize are the identical ones that are employed in hazardous settings like hospitals and schools. We take pleasure in offering our clients pest control options that are safe for both children and pets.
Our well-versed and experienced team is likely in your area more often than you would think. Really stressing the importance of transparent dynamics between customers and employees, we are easily reached and would happily provide you with a time frame as far as when we could come by for our initial inspection and evaluation.
Our customers have often mentioned how much they appreciated our hassle-free, one-call scheduling and emergency, same-day service. Please keep in mind, we are only a quick phone call away.
Your technician will happily advise you if you, your family, or your pet need to leave the home. Oftentimes, treated surfaces need time to dry. This can be a problem if you’ve got a 2-year-old touching everything in sight and putting anything possible into their mouths.
By advising your technicians of any sensitive people, pets, fish ponds, or even organic gardens that require extra care and attention, you’re avoiding potential issues after your home is serviced.
Yes, pest control is crucial in the winter. Believe it or not, winter pests are surprisingly worse than summer pests. Although most flying insects are gone, this doesn’t mean that the threat of all pests is gone. The warmth of your home is particularly inviting to rodents and insects during the harsh temperatures of winter. This means they do whatever it takes to get inside. That is why it is important to do pest control during the winter. Not only can they be annoying, but also harmful to your health. Rodents can carry diseases, such as Salmonella and Hantavirus, spider bites can result in dangerous side effects, and cockroaches can prompt asthma and other allergies.
Results will vary according to the type of pest, treatment methods and products used. For example, immediate results can be seen when a yellow jacket nest is removed or treated with a liquid pesticide. However, when using baits for ants, rodents, and termites the process takes longer since the pests have to ingest the product for it to be effective. Your inspector and technician will outline what your expectations for your particular problem should be.
Bait treatments offer consumers peace of mind if they prefer not to have liquid chemicals applied in their home. The type of pest, the severity of the problem and other factors determine the type of treatment we implement.
A regularly scheduled pest service will stop pests before they become a problem. It allows our technicians to watch for and spot possible signs of pest activity and act immediately to eliminate any threat. A preventative, pro-active approach to managing pests will keep your home and family safe from annoying and potentially harmful pests.