Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  I only need one time service for my pest control problem.
      Do you do just one time service and what does it covers?

A: Yes. It depends on what the problem is.

Q:  Do you give guarantee on One Time Service?

A: Yes, by appointment only within 48 hours.

Q: I want to go on a Monthly, Bi-Monthly or Quarterly Service, do I have to pay extra if I make a trouble call after the regular service is performed?

A: No. 

Q: What other extended services can you provide for Pest/Termite Control?

A: For Termite Control, we can do annual termite service. We also provide all different types of scenario for Pest Control.
Q: I have a restaurant and I want to maintain good sanitation to avoid citation, but I don’t want spraying to be done, is there other method of control you can use?

A: Yes. We have bait stations, gel & other up to date methods that can be used in lieu of spraying.

Q: My place had just been service for Roaches, how come I still can see them and seemed like it got worst?

A: Most products or chemicals do not work immediately on the infestation; it takes time to kill all generations, from young to adult.

Q: We have Bees swarming in our backyard, & we want to get rid of them, what should we need to do prior to the coming of the pest control technician to make them go away?

A: You need to avoid the area, avoid loud noises and avoid any kind of disturbances.

Q: What type of service can you provide for Tenants under Section 8?

A: We can provide MT, BM and regular reports of sanitation condition.

Q:   I am selling or buying a house, why do I need a Termite Inspection
Report

A:    You need a Termite Inspection Report because it is required by the lending/mortgage company or other financial institution for the special reason of checking & treating for termite activities, and to repair or replace structural damage that the property may have.

Q:  How long does the inspection take?
 
A:   It takes an average of 30 minutes to 1/1/2 hours depending on the size of the property.

Q:  What’s involved during the inspection?
 
A:  The inspection involves walking through, doing a visual inspection, and checking for structural damage caused by Termite Activities or fungus (Dry rot).

Q: What methods of Termite eradication are being used today?
 
A:  There are many Termite Control system out & used today, just to name a few; Local Chemical Treatment & Fumigation.

Q: How much will it cost me?
 
A:  Prices vary by the size of house. Also price is given by the amount of cubic feet/measurement of the house.

Q: Will Fumigation kill both Dry wood & Subterranean termites and other insects?

A: Fumigation today which mostly uses Vikane Gas, this gas targeted very specific insects. It will kill Subterranean termites above ground only & will not kill the queen under ground.  The primary use of Vikane gas is to kill Drywood termites.