FAQ


Q: How much would it cost to to spray my …. (house, office, business, etc..)?

A: Due to the nature of pests and different types of infestations, we can’t give a definitive price without first inspecting the location and determining the issue.  Inspections are generally free of any cost and we are always happy to come take a look and tell you what options are available to you.

Q: What payment methods do you accept?

A: We accept cash, check, credit/debit cards, and money orders.

Q: Is there anything I can do on my own to address the problem?

A: Yes!  The short answer is clean, clean, clean!  Many pest issues (but certainly not all) are a result of an unsanitary condition somewhere nearby.

Q: I think I might have termites but my house is up on blocks.  Do you treat these types of houses?

A: Yes!  While most houses are built on a slab foundation now, older pier and beam houses are actually MORE prone to getting a termite infestation because there are more places for the termites to enter the structure.  We’re happy to come and go under your house to take a look.

Q: Is your work guaranteed or does it carry a warranty?

A: Absolutely.  The length of the guarantee depends on the pest problem.  All termite treatments carry a documented warranty.

Q: I’m selling my house or I’m looking to buy a house.  Do you provide termite inspections?

A: Yes, we can provide an offical State of Texas Wood Destroying Insect report which will state the termites we’ve found (if any), previous infestation evidence, or places that are conducive to a future infestation.

Q: I’m only available to have my location sprayed in the evenings or on the weekends.  Is this an option?

A: Certainly!  We know that life can be hectic and we can happily schedule an appointment the works around the busy lives of our customers. Please note that all services that will be outside of normal business hours are by appointment only.

Q: Is the treatment harmful to…(me, my family, my pets, etc)?

A: All chemicals present some risk if misused or improperly handled.  Generally, the treatments will not pose an immeditate threat but if there are any risks, you will be informed up front and we’ll let you know what you need to do to be safe.  All personnel have taken state approved courses and tests that train them in the safe handling of pesticides.

Q: Are there safer or “green” alternatives?

A: Although we cannot claim to provide “green” pest control services, there are many non-toxic or mechanical solutions that may be available to you depending on the nature of the problem.

Q: This person is a pest, can you spray them?

A: Unfortunately, we don’t treat the two-legged pests. 🙂

If you have any other questions, please feel free to give us a call. 832-644-1152

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