Keep Your Phoenix, AZ Family Safe From Pest Threats
There are plenty of pests in Arizona that would be more than happy to find their way into your home. Once inside, they’ll settle in and proceed to cause all kinds of problems for your family. From health threats to house damage, pests introduce risks to your family that you don’t want to have to deal with. Thankfully, Bug Science is here to help with residential pest control solutions to keep your home pest-free.
Our Home Pest Control Process
Identifying your pest pressures before treating is important in providing you with the appropriate service. We’ll visit your home to inspect the interior and exterior, as well as your garage. During our inspection, we look for pest activity, entry points, and conducive conditions. We’ll then discuss the results of our examination with you, showing you pictures and diagrams of the entry points we found and developing a customized plan to meet your needs.
During your initial service appointment, we’ll treat both the interior and exterior of your house, as well as the garage. We use different products for the inside and outside, but they are all eco-friendly and safe for your children and pets. Outside, we’ll apply a spray barrier three feet up the sides of your house and three feet out from it. We’ll also de-web, granulate your yard, and seal up entry points.
We offer a variety of follow-up options based on your needs. Although one-time services are available, we recommend recurring treatments to keep your home pest-free all year long. We can return to your house on a monthly or bi-monthly basis to re-treat and address any concerns.
We offer free inspections to identify active infestations, entry points, and conducive conditions. By inspecting your home before treating it, we can tailor your pest control plan to address your home’s specific concerns.
Your initial service visit includes interior and exterior treatments. We’ll treat your home with eco-friendly products that are tough on pests but safe for your family. We’ll also treat your lawn and seal up entry points.
Our follow-up visits take place on either a monthly or bi-monthly basis. We’ll work with you to decide on a schedule that makes sense for your home. One-time services are also available.
Our Specialty Pest Control Services
Our residential pest control service is ideal for keeping general pests out of your Phoenix home. However, if you have a specific pest causing problems in your house, Bug Science offers specialty treatments that target specific pests.
Our pest-specific services include the following:
Please visit our service pages to learn more about these individual services.
New Product - AVERZION!
At Bug Science, we are now offering AVERZION, an innovative scorpion control treatment that works to prevent scorpion infestations before they start. This revolutionary new service utilizes Integrated Pest Management (IPM) methods to create a barrier of lasting scorpion protection for your home. Learn more about our scorpion control services out here!
Proactive Pest Control To Keep Your Phoenix Home Pest-Free
At Bug Science, we are committed to providing you with pest control that not only eliminates active infestations but also defends your home against future pest threats. Because we work to exceed your expectations, you can be sure that you’ll be satisfied with our results. Contact us to schedule your free inspection today.
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