FAQ’s – Dewey Pest and Termite Control
How much does service cost?
The price of service varies on the service frequency, property size, location and target pests. Contact us today for a free quote.
Do you offer free estimates?
Yes! Contact us today for a free quote.
Do I need to leave my home when you provide service?
Some treatments do require people and pets to vacate the home, but not all. Contact us today for more information.
How long until I see results?
We recommend giving it 7-10 days from our initial treatment for best results. Contact us today for more information.
Is it necessary to have a maintenance plan?
It is highly recommended. Most of our products have a residual that will last 60-90 days depending on where it is applied. By having a maintenance plan you are ensuring that your property is protected at all times. Plus, as a
client you’re covered at all times, should a pest issue come up in between regularly scheduled services. Contact us today to schedule your initial service.
How soon can we get services?
In most cases, we can provide same day or next business day service. Contact us to schedule service
Do you guarantee results?
As long as you are our client we guarantee our results. Some restrictions apply. Contact us today for more information.
What chemicals do Dewey Pest & Termite Control use when servicing customers? Are they safe for my pets and/or newborns?
Dewey Pest Control only uses the safest EPA- approved products. We also offer green products. Contact us today for more information.
Do you kill bees?
In most cases we recommend that a beekeeper remove honey bees safely. Contact us for more information.
How do you get rid of mosquitoes?
We treat for mosquitoes by using the In-2-Care system. Click here to see a video on how it works. Contact us today for more information.
If I see pests after your services, will you come back?
As long as you are our client, or you are still covered by your one-time service warranty, we will come back out at no charge. We do recommend giving it 7-10 days for the product to control the pests before calling us back.
Are pest sprays, pest traps, pest control chemicals safe for my health?
When applied correctly by our professionals, or placed in safe areas, our products and traps are safe. As a matter of fact, most of the products that we use are safer than the typical household cleaning products that people keep under their kitchen sink. Contact us today for more information.
Termite Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
I think I have termites… contact us today to schedule your inspection.
What is a termite swarm? What should I look for if I think I have termites?
The three most commons signs that you have termite are droppings, mud tubes and swarmers. Drywood termite droppings look like a little pile of saw dust. Subterranean termites create exploratory mud tubes that come up from the ground or come out of the ceiling usually. Both drywood termites and subterranean termites swarm on warm days, after rainfall. They have long wings and if they’re in your house, they’ll usually end up in window sills as they are heading for the light. Contact us today to schedule your inspection.
How much is a termite inspection?
Pricing varies by location, but our clients are entitled to one free inspection per year, escrow inspections excluded. Contact us today to schedule your inspection.
Will I have to tent my house to get rid of termites?
Not necessarily. Fumigation or tenting, is the primary recommendation for drywood termites, but it won’t eliminate an infestation of subterranean termites. Furthermore, we have secondary, alternative treatments for drywood termites.
Is Dewey in compliance with the “Important Transparency in Coverage and Machine Readable File Information”?
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