Spot Treatment
  1. Treatment Duration: The treatment is designed to work slowly, encouraging pests to take the bait back to their nests and share it with other pests. It is not an immediate kill product like “instakill” products available in stores. These products offer short-term solutions and will cause a bigger problem in the future.
  2. Using Other Products: It’s advised not to use other pest control products in between treatments, as this can interfere with the effectiveness of the ongoing treatment.
  3. Instant Kill Products: Products available in stores that work faster are referred to as “instakill” products, but they may not be as effective in eliminating the entire pest population, including those in nests and eggs.
  4. Pest Behavior: After treatment, pests may avoid “instakill” products and find alternate routes, such as crawling up walls to avoid the product. It’s not always safe or practical to spray every surface.
  5. Post-Treatment Actions: After the treatment, it’s important to wipe down surfaces, remove food sources, relocate pet food, and maintain cleanliness to prevent pests from returning.
  6. Follow-Up Treatment: The need for a follow-up treatment depends on the severity of the pest infestation. Pest control professionals may recommend follow-up treatments to ensure complete elimination, as pests in nests may still be present.

It’s crucial to communicate with your pest control technician and follow their recommendations to address your specific pest problem effectively. They will have the expertise and knowledge to tailor the treatment plan to your situation and ensure the best results.


The owner John Hesford started this company 1/2000 as a lawn company. In 2012 we expanded into a full-service pest control company. Offering our customers all pest control services with one company. Certifed in Pest control, Fertilization, and Termite.