Treat Outside Your House
Stop roaches from entering your home by treating the base of your house and any cracks with liquid insecticide, and other areas more prone to moisture should be treated with baits that will stand up to the weather.

Indoor Pest Control

Our Quarterly Indoor Pest Control program is designed to get you the best results possible, while being the least intrusive to your daily life. This is done with a comprehensive suppression and exclusion approach.

Initial Treatment

We start off by scheduling a time that is convenient for you to be home, so that we can inspect and treat the inside of your house. During this initial treatment, we apply gel bait in all of your cabinets, and in your pantry. This bait is applied in places where it cannot come into contact with food, so there is no health risk associated with it.

We also take off the trim plates around your light switches and electrical outlets to apply a Boric Acid dust in your walls. This dust remains in the walls and will kill insects that come in contact with it. Once the switch plates are re-installed, there is no way for children or pets to come in contact with the insecticide.

The final thing we do inside is spray all entry points to your house. This includes window frames, door jams, gaps around dryer vents, etc. This is done to help prevent insects from getting into your house. A dead bug inside is good, but a dead bug at the door is even better.

Once done with the inside of your house, our technician will begin treating the outside. At this time, he will spray a liquid insecticide around the base of your house, around all windows, doors, any entry points, and under the eaves of your roof. Once finished, he will apply granular insect bait to all shrub, flower, or mulch beds around the house.

Quarterly Treatments

Every three months following your Initial Treatment, we will come back to your house and do an outside perimeter treatment and inspection. Our technician will once again be spraying the base of your house, around all windows, doors, any entry points, and under the eaves of your roof. Because the liquid chemical we apply outside your house is subjected to the weather, it has a tendency to break down a lot faster than the chemicals we put inside your house. Quarterly treatments not only allow us to put down fresh chemicals, but they also give us an opportunity to inspect the outside of your home. By doing so, our technicians are able to check for any changes to the outer perimeter of your home and can take a proactive approach towards anything they find out of the ordinary.