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Finding a Good Pest Control Company

Dealing with insects and nuisance animals in your home can be such a chore, but finding the right pest control experts need not be. But because of the various types of pests and the possibly poisonous chemicals used in pest control, you need to pick 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

Warranties with a damage clause are not usually provided by pest control professionals. When signing a contract, check if there is such as clause; and if so, make sure you know exactly what it covers. If you find their warranty program too expensive, a yearly termite inspection is a must.

License, Certification and Specialization

Make it a point to hire a pest control company that passes the licensing requirements of your state. On top of that, they should specialize in the particular type of bug or nuisance animal that’s bothering you. However, don’t think that all certifications are created equal. Don’t hesitate to call the certifying body about their certification requirements. And of course, you need more than a verbal confirmation. Tell them to show evidence that they are licensed, certified and insured.

Client References

Perhaps nothing can be more crucial in your search for a pest exterminator is knowing whether their treatments actually work for a reasonable period of time. 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 experts, but you’re still the client so you need to know how exactly they plan to solve your pest problem. Will they be using baits? Traps? Chemicals? Exclusion technique? The idea is to have them present their plan in paper, so you can compare it with the plans of other companies you’re considering.

Fine Print

In most cases, a pest control company will classify its services as general pest control or termite control. Your contract must be on paper and cover the type of service you’re looking for. 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 you somehow feel uncomfortable about someone from the company or something you found out about them, move on to your next prospect. It’s a must to work with people who has your hundred percent trust.

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