-Ask to see proper licensing and credentials from the pest control professional that comes to solve your pest problem.
-online reviews are a good way to get references of who the pest control service has work for and their experience.
-If a sizable amount of money is involved, get bids from several pest management professionals.
-Do not make a purchasing decision based solely on the lowest cost.
-If a guarantee is given, know what it covers, how long it lasts, what you must do to keep it in force, and what kind of continuing professional pest control, prevention and management are necessary.
-Homeowners and business owners can call Washington State Department of Agriculture for information regarding the status of professional pest control companies.
It is not required that you leave. However, if you feel more comfortable, you can leave for about 1 – 3 hours until the application has completely dried.
If you stay in the house, homeowners, children, and pets, should not be in the area while it is being treated.
Customers should advise the technician of any health related issues present in the household so that the technician can take any appropriate precautions.
An exterminator will help prevent or remove pests that can trigger asthma. A pest control professional can inspect a home for these pests, treat eliminate them and provide homeowners with recommendations to prevent reinfestation.