FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions


All products are approved by CIB (Central Insecticide Board) and when used according to label directions present no significant health risk. Material Safety Data Sheets for all of our products are available upon request.

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is the practice of using improved sanitation, exclusion, cultural controls, habitat manipulation, trapping, and targeted pesticide application to control or reduce pest problems. In other words, we use knowledge and common sense to prevent pests, not just pesticides.

Every pesticide requires that pets and people avoid treated surfaces until dry. This is the minimum standard for all products. Once dry, the material will not be easily transferred to paws or human skin.

Bedbugs are not known to spread any diseases to humans. However, their bites can leave behind itchy, red welts which can become infected from scratching.

Bedbugs are not just in beds. They can be in chair cushions, sofas, behind electrical outlets, cracks and crevices around baseboards, or even behind picture frames. In other words, they can be live pretty much anywhere.

Mosquitoes transmit at least three human diseases. These diseases include Malaria, Dengue Fever and filarias.

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You should avoid any treated areas until dry. That is the minimum precaution for virtually all pesticides. If you accidentally touch a moist deposit or are otherwise exposed to a diluted pesticide, wash the exposed skin with soap and water. Remember that most of the common materials that we apply have been highly diluted and should not cause any ill effects. Consult the specific pesticide label for any further recommendations.

Generally 2 to 4 hours or until dry. technician will inform you in advance of any precautions required by the label and our safety policy. If you have any questions you can always feel free to call our office.