Step 1 – A clear drying repellent is applied around the base of the home and around the windows and doors to control pests trying to enter your home.
Step 2 – Repellent is applied along the eaves and overhang of your home to aid in controlling pests such as spiders and wasps.
Step 3 – Granular ant and roach bait is spread in the soil and mulch areas around the base of your home – attracting and eliminating these perennial pests before they enter the structure.
Step 4 – Unfinished areas such as the garage basement and crawl spaces are treated to complete our extensive and effective outside EnviroGuard barrier.
Step 5 – A long lasting repellent is applied around window tracks and doors throughout your home to stop pests trying to enter around these openings.
Step 6 – The corners of all rooms and the kick plates under kitchen and bath cabinets are treated to prevent spiders inside the home.
Step 7 – Small amounts of gel-type roach bait is strategically applied in hidden, out-of-sight areas around plumbing in the kitchen and bathrooms of your home.
Step 8 – Attractant baits are carefully placed under kitchen and laundry appliances to control ants, roaches, and silverfish.
Step 9 – Interior wall voids are treated at least once-a-year by removing some of the outlet switch plates and applying small amounts of fine-granular bait.
Step 10 – Clothes closets are carefully protected with a repellent to control silverfish and moths.
Step 11 – Inspection and treatment of the attic is completed at least once annually to protect you and your home from pests that often nest in this hidden area such as rats, mice, ants, silverfish, palmetto bugs, and spiders.
Step 12 – As treatments are applied around the premises, we will look for other areas of structural concern including termites, beetles, fungus, excessive moisture, water leaks, ventilation issues, etc.