Enjoy the benefits of a FREE consultation:
- An entire home inspection designed to identify potential pest entry points and harborage areas.
- A complementary termite inspection for your peace of mind.
- A service plan designed specifically for your unique needs and tailored to your property.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answer is yes, all materials capable of killing something are considered toxic. If these materials are used with strict adherence to the label and in a judicious fashion they do not pose a threat to normal healthy people or pets (exceptions are reptiles, fish and birds) special precautions must be made around these animals.
Integrated Pest Management, or IPM, is an environmentally responsible approach to pest management. It employs careful consideration of all available pest control techniques and subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of pest populations and keep pesticides and other interventions to levels that are economically justified and reduce or minimize risks to human health and the environment.
In most cases no. If we are treating for most household pests and the customer does not suffer from a respiratory condition they do not need to leave. If we are treating for bedbugs or fleas they will have to leave for several hours depending on the materials used and label directions.
Yes I am licensed in both NE and IA.
Yes we believe there is life on other planets. Even if the chances of life occurring is 1 in several billion the sheer number of stars, galaxies and planets would easily generate a sufficient number of other inhabitable planets.
Normal business hours are 8-5 Monday through Friday. After hours calls will automatically be directed to 402-320-0616. A return call will be made within 24 hours of your initial call. In cases of emergency a response will be made as soon as possible. Please leave a call back number.
What happens when you call?
Our standard protocol when you contact us during business hours or when we follow up in 24 hours or less will be as follows:
1. Identify the problem.
2. Develop an efficient way to resolve the issue.
3. Schedule a time to come by in person.
4. Follow-up after initial visit either by phone or in person.