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  • How Does Payments Work?
    We use a secure auto-pay system and give you the ability to view all payments, services and service conditions from our client portal. We do accept cash and check for pre-payments on programs and services as well.
  • How Often Should I water?
    Water as needed to prevent wilting and drought. About 1.0 inch of water is needed per week in spring and fall, and 1.5 inches per week in summer. Deep water every two to three days. Avoid daily, light watering.
  • Can my dog go outside after my application?
    We recommend letting the product completely dry before letting your dog on the lawn. This typically will take 2-3 hours depending on the weather. If the dog needs to go out sooner we recommend watching them and wiping their paws before re entering the house.
  • Why do I need to wait 24 hours before watering after my application?
    We recommend waiting 24 hours to water after your application to avoid washing off the liquid herbicide that was sprayed during your granular treatment.
  • Is it Safe For My Kids And Pets?
    All of our liquid treatments are eco-friendly and do not pose a threat to your children or animals when it is dried. We recommend keeping them away from the treated areas for about 2 hours until dried.
  • How Long Does A Pest Treatment Take?
    It depends case-by-case. Certain pests take longer to deal with than others, and certain homes are larger and more complicated to service than others. Some treatments may only take 30 minutes while others may take up to 3 hours depending on the severity and type of treatment that is needed.
  • How do I edit or remove the 'Frequently Asked Questions' title?
    You can edit the title from the FAQ 'Settings' tab in the Editor. To remove the title from your mobile app go to the 'Site & App' tab in your Owner's app and customize.
  • How Long Does The Treatment Take To Work?
    In most cases, you can expect to see a significant and noticeable reduction in pest activity within one to two days. The exact timeframe depends on the pest we’re dealing with along with the choice of materials necessary to provide the best long-term results. In some cases, you will actually see a slight increase in pest activity right after our initial treatment. This is a good sign! This means the pesticides are working. We have disrupted their normal breeding and feeding habits, and are looking for a new place to live – the only difference now is that pesticide is all over them. They are not going to last long. Give it a week or two to die down, but give us a call if they persist past that time – we may need to give them another round.
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