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Finding a Good Pest Control Company

Dealing with insects and unwanted animals in your home can be such a hassle, but looking for the right professionals to handle them can be quite easy. However, because of the different types of pests and the potentially toxic chemicals used in pest control, it is a must that you choose a reputable company.

Insurance

When you consider a certain service, inquire if they are insured, especially if the pests involved are termites. Homeowner’s insurance generally won’t include termite repairs or treatments, so your pest control company should be able to install a good baiting system, or treat your exterior to keep these so-called white ants away.

Warranties

Many pest control companies don’t provide warranties with a damage clause. When you sign a contract, ask if such a clause exists; if so, be sure you understand what it covers exactly. If you find their warranty program too expensive, a yearly termite inspection is a must.

License, Certification and Specialization

The pest control company you hire should, by all means, meet your state’s licensing requirements. Moreover, they should be specialists in the specific bug or nuisance animal that’s giving you a problem. However, don’t think that all certifications are created equal. Call the certifying body and inquire about their requirements for certification. And of course, don’t be happy with a verbal confirmation. Tell them to show evidence that they are licensed, certified and insured.

Client References

The most crucial piece of information you should know about potential pest exterminator is whether their treatments actually work for a reasonable timeframe. And the best way to find out is simply to talk to their past clients. Ask them to give you some references, and take note that if they hesitate, that means they’re trying to hide something.

The Process

They may be the pest control experts, but you’re still the paying client, so they have to tell you what they plan to do. Are they going to use baits? Traps? Chemicals? Exclusion technique? You want them to present their plan in paper, so it’s easier to compare it with other written plans of other companies you may be considering.

Fine Print

In most cases, a pest control company will classify its services as general pest control or termite control. Your contract should be in written form and match the service you need. Take time to read and understand every detail.

Your Instincts

Finally, when everything checks out and you have only to make a decision to hire or not to hire the company, trust your instincts. If something or someone from the company makes you feel uncomfortable in some way, forget it. It’s important to choose people who have your complete trust.

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