Pest Extermination FAQs
1) Is Elite Pest Solutions, Inc. licensed and insured?
Yes, all pest management professionals are licensed and can present their pest control licenses upon request. If you would like a certificate of insurance, please contact our office to fulfill that request.
2) When do I have to pay for my service(s)?
All services must be paid for upon completion of treatment. Any services performed in a series (more than one treatment) must be paid in full on the day of the initial treatment.
3) What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American express, Discover, cash, money orders, & bank certified checks. We do not accept personal checks.
4) Do you treat for squirrels?
Animals like Squirrels, Raccoons, Skunks, Possums, and Bats are considered wildlife. At this time, we do not perform wildlife management, but you will be the first to know when we do.
5) My home will be treated for mice, how do I prepare?
Please see “Rodent / General Pest Treatment Preparation Instructions” in our service preparation area.
6) My home will be treated for bedbugs how do I prepare?
Please see the “Bed Bug Treatment Preparation Instructions” in our service preparation area.
7) Do I have to leave my home if it is treated for bedbugs?
YES! For a minimum of 4 to 6 hours please! The PMP will leave a door hanger notifying you of a sufficient reentry time.
8) Do bedbug services have a warranty?
9) I have a warranty on my service, so you are going to come out every few weeks, right?
10) What product(s) do you use?
11) Will the PMP use products that are harmful to my children and/or pets?
Depending on the service type, we may request that occupants & pets leave the home for an extended period of time in order to avoid any discomfort. This practice is for precautionary measures and ensures that the safety of our PMPs & our clients are always our top priority.
The EPA regulates all products that PMPs are allowed to utilize in order to perform adequate services. These products are equipped with recommended dilution rates and instructions on how to properly formulate a solution that would contain the lowest effective amount of active ingredient needed to control a specific pest issue.
If the use of insecticides, rodenticides, etc. is still a concern, Elite Pest Solutions Inc does offer organic alternatives of treatment. If this is something you would be interested in, please contact our office to discuss your options in detail.