Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Infestations are our specialty, not yours. If you have unwanted guests in your building, you may have a lot of questions about how to get them out. Here are the most common questions The Bug Guys hear from customers who have insects, rodents, and other wildlife in their homes.
You should call us when you presume insects, rodents, or wildlife have made their way into your residence or place of business. The longer you wait, the larger pest populations will grow and the more damage or contamination they will cause. We will conduct a thorough assessment and offer treatment options to remedy the situation. Providing knowledge and information to ensure our clients are confident in our pest control process, every step of the way. We can address any pest problems, even those that are just starting to manifest.
Many homeowners wonder if they can perform the pest control themselves, and in some cases, it's possible. It comes down to the type of pest, the size of the infestation, and how much money you are willing to spend. For insects like ants, there are many consumer solutions, but depending on the infestation, taking matters into your own hands can end up costing much more than a speedier professional solution. When it's wildlife like bats or raccoons, always trust professionals - handling them can be very unsafe.
Removing the pests isn't the end for the Bug Guys because we don’t forget about pest control! We make sure that any weaknesses and potential openings are shored up so that wildlife, rodents, and insects don't continue getting in. Ensuring due diligence is completed in the weeks following treatment makes for a continued pest-free solution!
While we will be following up, there are some things you can do to ensure the control is complete. Make sure to check the problem spots with regularity, keeping them clean and free of anything that may attract pests again. Remove any potential sources of food, like scraps, waste, and paper. You may keep finding dead pests in the days after an infestation treatment; remove them to prevent attracting more.