Tackling projects around your home
or commercial building can be rewarding.
But while it might be tempting to attempt
a DIY pest control treatment, these kinds
of projects rarely go as well as
you might hope.
Eliminating bugs and rodents from
a property takes a special type of expertise,
along with the right types of sprays,
to avoid these common problems that
can occur with DIY treatments.
Watching as the ants run away from
an onslaught of spray feels rewarding,
but have you ever wondered about
where they go?
Many insects don’t die from common
sprays you buy at the grocery store.
Instead, they run off to make new
This can lead to more problems down
Pest control is a year-round problem,
and you might not catch the next invasion
until it is too late.
Getting on a monthly plan means that
a professional will oversee inspecting
and spraying your property during
the times when new critters might be
trying to move in.
The same spray that you use
for cockroaches isn’t necessarily
going to work for scorpions.
Trying to kill multiple pests gets
confusing, and you could end up
bombarding your home with too
Professional technicians know exactly
which type of control method to use
for each type of pest.
Chemical burns, respiratory distress
and poisoning are just a few
of the risks that come from trying
to use a treatment that you aren’t
The warning labels on bug spray
are no joke, and you could risk having
an animal or child come into contact
with a dangerous product.
Hiring a technician to spray your property
takes the risk out of your hands.
They go through specialized training
to learn how to avoid the most
common issues that can occur with
pest control treatments.
Bed bugs are notorious for being
unresponsive to DIY methods.
This is because they often lurk in areas
that a spray won’t reach.
Professional heat treatments affect every
nook and cranny in a room, so that ev