(VIDEO) 3 Steps To Prepare for a Cockroach Treatment
Cockroach infestations can be stressful and often dangerous. Roaches are known to create major health risks for you and your family, especially small children and the elderly. That’s why when preparing for a cockroach treatment, it’s vital to make sure you’ve completed all the necessary steps to ensure success!
Here are the 3 steps to prepare for a cockroach treatment and 3 steps for after the treatment is completed.
Roach infestations are a huge health risk for your family, employees, or customers, especially children and the elderly. They quickly contaminate your food, water, and the air around you with their excrement. When consumed or inhaled, this can lead to asthma, salmonella, E coli, and other health issues.
This service includes a complete interior inspection of the property by one of our licensed technicians to find out the causes and conditions of the infestation. When problem areas are found a technician will proceed to a treatment that includes:
Treatment of the entire interior of the structure (living room, bathroom, bedrooms), treatment of baseboards, kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, and inside closets (when needed) with a residual product that includes an insect growth regulator to prevent any further infestation.
Interior is also treated with a fogger type product with a flushing agent to eliminate all present roaches on contact, giving a fast roach control.
A licensed technician will apply dust and bait type treatment inside the kitchen & bathroom walls and inside the outlets for longer residuals. In addition, the technician will apply roach bait and dust inside crack & crevice in the kitchen & bathroom cabinets for extra control. This product and treatment are also labeled to work for general pests (ants, roaches, spiders, earwigs, crickets and beetles).
At the time of purchased treatment, a detailed report with the causes or conditions found will be provided with a recommendation to prevent any future infestation by a professional licensed technician.
This service includes a 30-day control period. In that time frame, you must allow 2 weeks for the product to work at 100%. If you are still having problems after this time, we will send a licensed technician to service the property at no additional charge.
NOTE: If the property is bigger than what is described over the phone (or online), the price may change once a licensed technician arrives on site.
Please visit our Documents Page for instructions on how to prepare for treatment and give us a call at (818)510-0629 if you have any questions about the service.