What pests are covered with quarterly pest control?
Kilpex’s quarterly pest control covers most insects except Termites, fleas, ticks, mosquitos, bedbugs, flies, and bees. These pests present special problems and require a special procedure. Depending on the degree of the infestation and the situation, we have other programs that we can put in place to eliminate these pests. Our quarterly pest prevention program does include sweeping of eaves, awnings and other areas where wasps, bees, and other flying stinging insects may place nests, to keep them away from your home.
What if I still spot a problem inside my home after you’ve serviced the inside and outside?
If you ever spot a problem inside, we’ll come back at no additional charge, and at your convenience, to diagnose and eliminate the problem.
How will your products affect my pets?
We love pets too. All of the products that in our programs are not harmful to pets as long as you follow our recommendations. Keep in mind that some treatments require time to dry before pets can be allowed back into the treated area. Your Kilpex Pest Control team will give you specific information on the product application we used and how to keep your pets safe.
Are your products environmentally responsible?
All of the products we use have been approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Can roaches transmit diseases?
Cockroaches are known to cause allergic reactions and trigger asthma attacks, especially in children.
They also spread nearly 33 kinds of bacteria including E. coli and Salmonella.
Does rodents carry diseases?
Rodents are vectors of diseases including plague, jaundice, rat-bite fever, cowpox virus, trichinosis and salmonellosis. In addition, rodents can contaminate food and introduce fleas into a home and damage your property piping & wiring causing fires and damaging the security system among other things.
Why is so important to protect my property from Termites?
They are known as “silent destroyers” because of their ability to chew through wood, flooring and even wallpaper undetected. Each year, termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage – costs that aren’t covered by homeowners’ insurance policies.
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