Four Seasons Home Town Pest Control FAQ’s

 

Q: What can I do outside of my Chesapeake home for pest control?

1. Check for cracks and holes around your home and seal them up. YLook for gaps around doors and windows, broken or torn screens and other entry points for pests.
2. Water is necessary for all life, even pests. Seal up or repair any leaky or dripping faucets and drain or dump standing water.
3. Remove accumulated debris or leaf litter in gutters or around foundations.
4. Tree limbs and shrub branches that touch or over hang your Chesapeake home offer a natural bridge for pests or wildlife to access your home. It is always best to keep them trimmed.
5. Firewood can provide shelter for a vast number of pests, rodents, or insects so it is wise to keep it stored at least 25 feet from your Virginia or North Carolina home.

 

Q: Why hire Four Seasons | Home Town Pest Control to solve my pest control problems?

A: Would you take your heart to a nose doctor? Of course not! Many pests are nearly imposible to control without the proper knowledge or products. Termites can destroy your home before you know it. Our qualified and highly trained professional technicians can solve your problem with confidence. It’s our job! Four Seasons Home Town Pest Control offers you peace of mind from experience.

 

Q: How difficult are termites to treat?
A: Trying to treat termites yourself can result in disaster and even catastrophic damage to your home. Our professionals at Four Seasons Home Town Pest Control are technically trained and certified to inspect, identify, and eliminate your problem.

 

Q: What other pests can cause property damage?
A: Raccoons, squirrels, carpenter ants, carpenter bees and certain beetles (just to name a few) can wreak havoc on your home causing health hazards or structural damage. A trained professional Four Seasons Home Town Pest Control from will identify and explain your problem then implement the solution, leaving you with peace of mind.

 

Q: Help! How can I get rid of Cockroaches?
A: Cockroaches are often a home owners worst nightmare. Cockroaches climb in and through everything. They multiply rapidly. Cockroaches even pose a major health hazard when they leave waste behind. Different methods work for different species. Our Four Seasons Home Town Pest Control  technicians have access to the latest techniques and products for Cockroach Control. We are well trained and certified in pest control and always use baits in effective yet child and pet safe locations. We also offer our clients with tips on how to eliminate pests in the home.

 

Q: Will Four Seasons Home Town Pest Control eliminate mice?
A: Absolutely! Mice are messy creatures and any North Carolina home owner should know that trapping alone may not be effective. Mice breed rapidly therefor population reduction and management is crucial. Our technicians answer the call to rodent control more often than any other pest and have the know how to offer a real solution.

 

Q: Important questions a home owner should always ask before choosing a professional for termite inspection/treatment.
A: What treatment is recommended?
What is the treatment timeline or how long will it take?
What is the cost of pest control?
Are there any contracts or gaurantees?
Is the professional a member in good standing with the National Pest Management Association?

 

Q: Can home owners take preventative measure against termites?
A: Termites are drawn to moisture. Eliminating moisture near Virginia home foundations is an important step. Gutters, splash blocks, and downspouts should be used to direct rain water away from your home to avoid pooling and saturation. Additional ventilation or de-humidifiers can be helpful in crawl spaces and basements. Landscaping plants or bushes should never be allowed to grow over vents or drain systems. Tree stumps and roots close to your home are attractive to termites and best to be properly removed. And most inportant we recommend regular termite inspection.

 

Q: What products do you use and are they toxic?
A: Many pesticides used today are classified “Category III” and are the lowest in toxicity.
It is important to know also that many materials are natural plant oil or derivatives and that our goal is to only treat the pests! Proper Safety Precautions Should Always Be Followed.