Our Home Guard and Yard Guard program is an environmentally responsible full season service which protects your home inside and out. This service will protect your home from over 40 of the most common pests, including ants, spiders, rodents, bees and wasps.
Our residential home services includes two seasonal visits with on-call services for the entire season.
Most pest problems can be prevented, many times without the use of pesticides. However there are parts of the country that do require more aggressive pest management strategies, but the northeast is very different. Climate, weather, and differences in construction practices are important factors that drive the risk-potential for pests. Most homes will benefit from an annual inspection, and where problems are identified, a prescribed treatment which addresses the root cause.
Ticks, carpenter ants, mice, and other invasive pests can be controlled affordably… and softly.
Protecting your home and yard from pests has never been easier, more affordable, or greener! We offer 3 residential programs for homeowners who prefer a pro-active approach to pest management in and around the home.
Just an ounce of prevention is all it takes for peace-of-mind and to protect your home and the ones you love. Our first service we focus our efforts on the exterior of your home to locate and seal common entry points to prevent pests from entering.
Protect your home all season long from invading pests such as ants, cockroaches, spiders, mice and many other invading pests. We inspect and treat your home once in the spring and again in the fall to protect your home from invading insects and rodents.
In the Spring our technician will seal some of the most common points of entry for pests around the exterior of your home. Our technician will also treat your foundation with Termidor under the 1st coarse of shingles, around the door thresholds, under the ledges, pipes, and around garage doors at the ground level. In addition our technician will treat with Temprid-FX around windows, doors, light fixtures, under eaves, facia boards, shutters/behind shutters, around perimeter of porches up and lower areas, gable vents and over hangs, garage upper level area.
Interior services includes setting up bait stations with First Strike Rodencticide baits on each side of your garage doors. Sheds will be baited or trapped and included with the service. Bait stations may also be placed in the basement foundation sills around your heating system and in finished attics.
During our Fall service our technicians will conducts an interior and exterior inspection to ensure a pest free environment while also removing any cobwebs or pest attractions. They will also restock any bait stations while also applying product to any problem areas.
Protect your yard from blood-sucking ticks, some of which may carry Lyme disease and other human, canine, and feline diseases.
Our all-natural tick control for your home, we inspect and provide detailed recommendations to prevent tics from making your yard their home. We apply product around the exterior of your yard while also noting high risk areas to be addresses. You can learn more about our Tick Treatment here.
Homeowners and business owners are being barraged with offers from nefarious pest control companies trying to sell “comprehensive” service programs for a “low” monthly fee. Paying a monthly fee for home pest control services is nonsense. You wouldn’t pay an electrician, plumber, or carpenter for work you might need in the future. Pay for pest control services when, and if, you need them. Next time a salesman asks you to sign up for monthly fees, ask him how long he’s been subscribing.
The truth is, most pest problems can be prevented, many times without the use of pesticides. Admittedly, there are parts of the country that do require more aggressive pest management strategies, but the northeast is very different. Climate, weather, and differences in construction practices are important factors that drive the risk-potential for pests. Most homes will benefit from an annual inspection, and where problems are identified, a prescribed treatment that addresses the root cause.