Pest Control FAQs:
What time of year is best for pest control?
In Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, there’s no one right time for pest control because it’s a year-round endeavor. That’s largely because of our climate that pests enjoy as much as people do. Of course, the species of the pests may vary by the seasons, and they may prefer slightly different settings for where they feed, breed, and flourish—but, when left to their own devices, they’d be happy to habitat your property throughout the year.
When you have ongoing pest control services from a quality provider, though, you’ll never need to worry about infestations again. Waynes Pest Control will tackle current problems before turning our attention to keeping them out of your home—for good.
What will exterminators do?
Exterminators, such as Waynes’ Pest Control service professionals, will identify pest infestations in a home or business and eliminate the current population. Some exterminators stop there. But not Waynes. Those are just the initial steps for us as we then focus on keeping the pests away from your home and lawn so you can enjoy your property without the stress of these unwanted critters.
We also place a strong emphasis on the safe application of products and communicating well with our customers (you!), explaining our services, and answering all of your questions.
How do I prepare my house for an exterminator?
In general, you’ll want to ensure that the service professionals can easily access areas of your home to perform inspections and, when it’s time, apply treatments. If there are dogs, you can put them somewhere secure. When it’s determined what pest remedies are needed to address your problem, the Waynes Pest Control service professionals will let you know what else, if anything, would need to be done. Each situation can be unique, so the answer to this question will depend upon the treatments performed.
Why is pest control so important in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee?
Alabama and Mississippi’s subtropical climate and the associated humidity make it a prime place for pests to live and thrive. Because of the summers, which can be quite hot, and the winters—which can be colder than the pests prefer—the critters will often look for food, water, and shelter inside of Alabama homes, garages, and other outbuildings. The same problems can occur to homeowners living in Tennessee.
Once pests get inside, they can settle in. Although the specifics can vary by species, insects, rodents, and other pests can cause a significant amount of damage to Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee homes. Plus, pests can spread diseases to you, your family and guests, and your pests. So, you’ll want them out ASAP (and you probably don’t need us telling you that!).
With over 40 years of experience and over 150,000 homes and families serviced in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, our reputation for offering world-class service in these areas is a testament to just how committed we are to serving you.
So, if you need pest control services to take care of ants, cockroaches, fleas, mosquitoes, spiders, termites, rodents, or other pests, reach out by contacting us online or calling 1-866-929-6371 today.