7 Critical Questions You Should Ask Before You Choose a Pest Control Company

You’ve invested a very big chunk of your life’s savings in a beautiful home. Then you saved and saved and did it up so it suits your tastes and made it as close to your dream home as your finances would permit.
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Happily ever after?
Not Quite.
If you’ve come this far, you also realize that after you have done up your house, you face a big responsibility to MAINTAIN it. This involves fixing what’s broken and ensuring that preventive measures are taken to see that things don’t break and that they continue to work efficiently.
I’m sure you have maintenance contracts to cover your fridge, television, water purifier, Air conditioners and so on…
What about your house – The furniture in it?
An insurance policy will ensure that you can claim some amount in the event of a calamity, but does that ensure you a house free from pests?
Have you ever experienced the embarrassment of having a cockroach run into plain view in front of your guests? Do you want to experience it?
Have you ever suffered mice in the house eating away your fruit and grain, contaminating everything they touch?
What about Bed bugs disturbing your sleep or termites eating away at the biggest investment of your life, slowly turning it to dust?
If someone forced their way into your house, poisoned your food, wounded your children and pets, and ruined your furniture beyond repair, would you just sit by and think that you should do something about it, but put it off for later?
Absolutely not.
You would pick up whatever you had in your hand and do everything possible to save your home and property from this plunder.
Pests do the same thing in your home. They force their way in. They contaminate your food. They bite your children and pests and very often transmit dangerous diseases. They slowly eat your furniture and turn all the wood in your house to dust.
How come you procrastinate when it comes to hiring a pest control company?
Now you may think that you could handle the pest control of your house by yourself. You may well be able to, but you do not have the expertise to match that of people who deal with pest infestations on a daily basis.
• You will have to go through a process of trial and error in choosing the right pesticides to target specific pests.
• Then you have to ensure that the pesticides are stored in a manner where they do not lose effectiveness and do not fall into your children’s hands.
• Next you have to figure out where to spray, apply or place your pesticide so it will be most effective.
• Now you must balance the right dosage to maximize effectiveness while minimizing toxicity to your family.
• You have to ensure that you maintain a fixed schedule so you are ahead of that particular pest’s breeding cycle …