Frequently Asked Questions
What pests do you treat?
I live in a brick home (or a slab home). Do I have need for termite control?
How often should I have my home inspected for termites?
Do I have to leave my home or move furniture for treatment?
What should I do with my dog or cat?
Are the pest control materials environmentally friendly?
How long does it take to complete the job?
Q: What pests do you treat?
A: Our general pest control services include treatment for common pests such as ants, roaches, spiders, silverfish, crickets, and rodents, along with many more. We have a full range of services available, so please contact us if there is a question. Our termite control services are offered as a specific and separate treatment from general pest control service treatments. Back to top
Q: I live in a brick home (or a slab home). Do I have need for termite control?
A: Yes, if you have wood stud walls, sheetrock, or any other wood-based products in your home, you are at risk for termite infestation and damage. Back to top
Q: How often should I have my home inspected for termites?
A: We suggest an annual inspection to ensure that your home is free from termites, moisture, or wood-destroying organisms. Back to top
Q: Do I have to leave my home or move furniture for treatment?
A: In most cases, you can be in the home while we are controlling pests. Our family-safe application methods employ materials labeled for use while buildings are occupied. In most cases, you will not have to move anything. When application is necessary inside the home, we use crack and crevice applications to reach the pests where they live and breed. Contact Pest-Ops today to discuss your pest control needs. Back to top
Q: What should I do with my dog or cat?
A: Our pest control methods pose no threat to your animals. If you have a special circumstance with a pet, contact Pest-Ops and we will work together to ensure your pet’s safety. Back to top
Q: Are the pest control materials environmentally friendly?
A: We meet the requirements for the EPA, OSHA, and the Department of Pesticide Regulation in Tennessee. Ask about Pest-Op green pest solutions and Integrated Pest Management Solutions to see if they are right for your pest problems. Back to top
Q: How long does it take to complete the job?
A: Treatment times depend on the size of your structure. For more information on how long we plan to be in your home or business, please contact us. Back to top