The first step, before we even touch your home, is a comprehensive inspection of your home and its surroundings. Service technicians are specially trained to identify current and potential pest problem areas, as well as possible pest harborages, both in and around your home. This thorough inspection is crucial to best match our services to the unique needs of your home.
We use the most innovative and effective products available to ensure the safety of your family and the environment. Pest intruders are eliminated through a customized program unique to your home’s needs backed with a 100% money back satisfaction guarantee. There are a myriad of pest products available with varying degrees of safety and efficacy. How can you know if products will be safe for you and your home? Sometimes companies cut corners to save money by using lower quality products or spending less time at your home. Town & Country uses industry leading products and innovations that are safer and more effective than traditional means while we continually search for more effective servicing methods. We will never cut corners on products or time. Eco friendly services available on request.
Most Thorough Service Anywhere!
We cleanse your home of bugs from the inside out. On our initial service we treat all areas with baits. We then apply a light spray on your baseboards, upstairs and down, as well as treating the attic and crawl spaces of your home. Outside, we walk the yard and find any ant hills or other pest harborages, including those in plant and flower beds. We apply a pressurized power spray to the base of your home; the barrier is three feet up and three feet out and encircles the entire perimeter of your home. A second barrier of granulation will be added to extend coverage ten feet into the yard. In addition, each weep hole between the bricks at your foundation is injected with a dust to keep pests from harboring between the brick and your home and entering at their leisure. We also treat
the garage and sweep your eves for all the spider webs, wasp nests, and hornets’ nests.