You can’t really tell your dog not to touch a treated area. Of course, generally speaking, the pesticide applied to control pests is applied to target areas for target pests. It shouldn’t be significant enough to cause harm to pets and adults.
Keep your dog away from treated areas for at least as long as the package label suggests; longer is better.
We strive to target the areas where we know insects harbor and breed. Pesticides are made to work on target pests only.
It is important to wait at least 3 hours before you go into your home to allow the pesticide to dry, and limit your exposure.
The short answer is no. In fact, we prefer that you don’t! Long gone are the days of needing to leave the house for a pest control treatment.
After considering the factors, Regal Termite & Pest Control’s specialists will recommend a treatment schedule. Common schedules are every 2-3 months throughout the year.
Just as you wouldn’t prescribe medicine for yourself or drill your own cavities, you shouldn’t attempt to control termites or other pests on your own. The products and the expertise offered by Regal Pest Control far surpass what a homeowner could do on their own.
We usually bring them in. Once they are inside your home, cockroaches are attracted to food that has been left out on the counter, dirty dishes in the sink, and crumbs on the floor. They are also attracted to moisture, such as from a leaky pipe underneath a bathroom sink or a wet bathmat on the floor.
The answer to this question directly addresses the reason why you should call Regal Termite & Pest Control. Our technicians are professionally trained and equipped to eradicate any roach infestation through a combined protocol to ensure optimal results quickly and effectively. Act fast before the population has taken hold.
For a couple of weeks after the treatment, it’s perfectly normal to see a few additional roaches. Despite how rampant the infestation was, some roaches will survive, and some of them will be carrying eggs; therefore, you might still see a few filthy critters.
After your pest control treatment has been applied, you can go ahead and live your life as normal. If you decide to mop, keep in mind that you may be potentially removing treatment that you just paid for and meant to keep pests at bay.
Vacuum every other day for at least 3-8 weeks. After pets and the environment are treated, there shouldn’t be any new eggs.
Most flea treatments just kill adult fleas, but fleas can continue to emerge for months after you think an infestation has ended. When a newly emerged female flea finds a host, she can lay eggs within one day. Regular treatment is the key to keeping fleas at bay.
Believe it or not, vacuuming removes adult fleas and their eggs. No matter what kind of vacuum you have (canister, bag, or bagless), fleas have virtually no way to survive this “one-way trip”.
The flea life cycle goes from egg to larva to pupa before the final adult stage. The process can take anywhere from two to three weeks to several months, depending on the conditions. Adult cat and dog fleas can live up to one year in ideal situations, but only about one to two weeks if no host is present.
Termidor controls subterranean termites, including the extremely destructive Formosan subterranean termites, Dampwood termites, and Drywood termites.
Termidor applied according to label directions has provided 100% control of infesting termites in three months or less after treatment.
Yes, a Termidor Certified Professional can offer termite protection to most any type of structure that is at risk for termite damage, including residential homes, churches, office buildings, commercial businesses, warehouses, manufacturing sites and schools.
A trained and licensed Regal Pest Control professional is the best person to make a recommendation for each particular property.
A residential Termidor termite treatment is typically completed by a trained Termidor Certified Professional in less than a day, offering your home or building termite protection that begins immediately.
Carpenter ants are merely a nuisance or a serious structural pest that needs to be addressed quickly. If the weather is mild and you happen to see one every few days, further inspection may be necessary. Seeing several daily is cause for concern and treatment may be necessary.
The house mouse is one of the most common pests that prompt a call to Regal Pest Control. They are best dealt with using an integrated approach including exclusion, sanitation, and population reduction. Usually traps are employed to eliminate mice living inside buildings, but rodenticide baits occasionally have some utility as well. Each account should be inspected and assessed for the best approach to use at each home/building.