PEST CONTROL FAQ
What do you do with the animals that you remove?
Most animals are relocated according to Department of Natural Resources regulations. All animals are treated with respect and are released into a suitable habitat. Sick or injured animals that cannot be saved are humanly euthanized.
Do you guarantee your work?
Yes. All exclusion work is warranted for two years from the date of completion. Our service call fee is also covered for 30 days from the date of the last visit.
Does your work require state licenses?
Yes. All individuals who apply pesticides during the course of their employment must be certified or registered by the Michigan Department of Agriculture. Companies that apply pesticides must hold a Pesticide Application Business License. Our license number is 630147. All of our technicians are certified applicators.
Wildlife Control Operators must hold a Wildlife Damage and Nuisance Control Permit. Our permit number is GC109.
Are you insured?
Yes. We are currently covered by Liability, Workman's Compensation and Automobile Insurance. Proofs are provided upon request.
Will your treatment stain my house or harm my plants and flowers?
No. Once the treatment has been allowed to dry you should see no traces of the chemical. Average dry time should be about 2 to 4 hours.
How do you remove the animals from the attics, decks, chimneys etc...?
Most larger animals such as raccoons, squirrels, woodchucks, skunks, opossums etc...are live trapped. Smaller animals like bats and mice may require detailed exclusion and repairs. Poison is sometimes used for rodent control.
Are your materials safe?
There is no such thing as a "safe" pesticide. But the chemical formulations of today are much safer than that in the past. The key to safety is limited exposure while the chemical is wet. All of our products are registered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).