Control grows its business by offering highly
reputable eco-friendly services and happy customer referrals. (National
companies will most always be more expensive, covering the high costs
associated with national advertising and hard to monitor field reps.)
Control may only need to visit your location
once; or, once per year; or, when a specific pest's mating cycle
requires a follow-up appointment to ensure full elimination; and/or
when pest life cycles within problematic neighborhoods require periodic
visits (until fully eliminated). (National companies tend to push
unnecessary "periodic maintenance treatments" with
Control is a well established
regional company (est. 1985), and are not burdened by heavy marketing
campaigns directed by a headquarters somewhere.
MB Integrated Pest Control continues to
experience wonderfully progressive growth and success because we strive
to achieve the highest level possible in customer service and
professionalism on every single phone call, and on every single visit.
believe very strongly that we're the
best service for all of our customers, as we're better equipped
to customize affordable service and treatment plans...ones that best
suit new and long-term customer needs, and ones that fit within today's
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unwanted pests and provides preventative pest control services.
Various pest control remedies should not be
attempted by the average homeowner, and some homeowners would never
want to handle the materials or tasks associated with pest control.
control companies (exterminators) differ greatly in the services they
provide and by how much they rely on conventional synthetic
insecticides vs. organic and biorational insecticides.
will most likely be small established companies and/or large national
franchises. Therefore, you will need to consider the capabilities of
the service technicians within your area, and whether their training
and expertise will ensure full (and safe) elimination of the pests
you've come across (nuisance and/or dangerous).
contacting a pest control service:
|1. Select a company based upon their reputation, amount
of business time within your community, and willingness to answer your
questions. You have the right to ask for written materials that
describe the problem and how it will be treated; including what
chemicals will be used and in what amounts.
|2. ASK if they have experience with the pest control
situation for which you need services. Companies differ in the range of
pest situations they routinely handle. This is expecially true for less
common pests, or situations that require specialized equipment like
some termite applications and/or structure fumigation.
|3. Do NOT select a pest control company simply based
on price alone, an advertisement you've seen, or the "deal
of the week". Be cautious of unsolicited sales pitches and never
select treatment just because your neighbor's property is being treated
or because there is "leftover spray from another job". Get
references and check them.
|4. Don't be pressured into an immediate decision,
take time to gather information and make a good decision. (Due to
mating cycles, pest infestations normally don't require an immediate
treatment.) Most of the time a delay of a few days or weeks, better
fitting your schedule, won't make any difference. However, we
understand that peace-of-mind and restful sleep can require immediate
action, and that's okay. Our service technician trucks/vans are
properly maintained and house the proper equipment and materials to
safely eliminate unwanted pests (common or rare), immediately, or upon
a date that best fits your needs and schedule.
|5. Be cautious of false claims of "secret
formulations" or negative comments about competitors. Be also cautious
of exterminators claiming to have endorsements by local government or
university personnel, as such personnel are not permitted to make
specific recommendations about companies and/or products!