More than likely no. We can obtain and keep control for most pest problems by treating from the exterior.
It takes Approximately 6-12 months to see a change in your yard once services are complete.
Yes, We have kids, dogs, cats and free range chickens, plant nursery, organic garden and use the most effective EPA approved products to keep your families and homes protected.
We recommend about 1 hour until application has dried.
Weeds may continue to die for 14-21 days after treatment.
No, if anything is required to be watered in we would do at time of service. Recommendations are often provided for regular watering schedules.
Pests are usually very resilient and are adept at hiding and entering a home in places you would never think to look. A pest management professional will know where to look for pests and make expert recommendations on what it will take to prevent or eliminate pests. Also, a licensed pest professional is the only person who can apply pesticides.
A regularly scheduled pest service will stop pests before they become a problem. It allows our technicians to watch for and spot possible signs of pest activity and act immediately to eliminate any threat. A preventative, pro-active approach to managing pests will keep your home and family safe from annoying and potentially harmful pests.
No, we can obtain control from the outside. Most of our most common pests are “vacation pests” which mean they prefer exterior humid climates. Initial Services are done inside if requested or active pests are present.
Most damage caused by termites is within the inner walls of a structure, so it can be difficult to know if you have a termite problem. However, there are three warning signs to help you determine if you have a termite problem. Finding dead or alive termites, mud tubes or hollow wood.
Termites actually cause more damage to homes yearly than fires, floods and tornadoes put together. More than 4 million homes in the United States are at risk of infestation just this year.
Termites are pale, soft-bodied insects about one-quarter of an inch or less in length. They appear to have a head and body because their thorax is broadly joined to their abdomen. Their antennae are straight. Winged termites, also known as swarmers, have pigmented bodies with broad waists and two pair of wings that are equal in size and shape. Subterranean termite swarmers have bodies about one-quarter of an inch in length
Pelican Pest will get to subterranean termites before they get to you. We establish an advanced treatment perimeter around your home and provides annual monitoring to check for termite activity.
The length of effectiveness is dependent upon several variables including temperature, humidity, surfaces treated, materials or control methods employed. The time lapse between treatments depends upon these factors and specifically the materials used.
We use an Integrated Pest Management or IPM approach. IPM controls pests by getting rid of the three things they need to survive: food, shelter and water. This approach consists of inspection, identification of the pests, employment of two or more control measures, and evaluation of effectiveness through follow-up inspections.
Yes, Mosquitoes transmit at least three human diseases that have been found in the United States. All of them are potentially fatal. These diseases include West Nile Virus, Malaria and Dengue Fever.