Responsible Pest Control
A-1 Bonded Termite, Inc is dedicated to providing you the most responsible pest control service. From quarterly pest control services to complete rehabs of structures damaged by invasive pests, we have you covered. Being responsible for pest control may be a daunting task. Knowing how and when to call in the professionals is key to a pest-free property.
Whether you are protecting your home, business, motorhome, or boat, we have a plan for you. If you decide on maintaining your property on your own, make sure to take every precaution necessary to ensure the safety of all your home occupants, inside and out. From your pets to any other species that you may want to protect. While your actions may take care of one nuisance, they may have an indirect consequence that you may not be aware of something else. Do your research before diving headfirst into something.
The Right Decision
With so many pest control choices, making the right decision can be the difference between easy preventive maintenance to full rehab. There are many options available to you when deciding on pest control. You may be looking into handling your pest problem on your own. While letting the professionals take care of it might be the best solution, it may not be practical to you financially, or just like doing it yourself. Either way, always have safe practices when handling pesticides and other possibly harmful chemicals.
Anytime you spray something, be mindful of what could harm now or the future. Children and pets may unknowingly ingest chemicals because of irresponsible practices. While many pesticides are completely safe around you and your pet, not all come with this safety. Many leave a residue that can remain on items long after application. With so many different types of insects and rodents, pest control solutions to the professionals.
Who is Liable?
The question of who is responsible for pest control depends on many factors. Rental properties usually see this issue when deciding if a tenant or landlord should bear responsibility. Unless it is the lease agreement, cases will depend on the specific type of insect or rodent problem. Generally, a landlord is responsible for pest control to maintain a habitable living area and comply with state and local health codes. You can hold tenants liable if a problem is due to negligence. Seeking professional guidance is always an excellent first step, no matter your dilemma. A-1 Bonded Termite, Inc. has a trained team of specialists ready to assist you.
Maintain and Protect
When managing your property, planning and preparing for the worst is a necessity. Investigate your surroundings and get an idea of what type of pest you may encounter. Visible areas of debris or clutter and make sure to keep food out of reach from unwanted pests. Make sure to seal off any small entrances that allow easy access to your structure. If you find damage and you are unsure how bad it is, call in a professional. They will guide you through what can be an overwhelming task. Nobody wants to hear the news that their home or business has an infestation by anything. With the right preventive maintenance and general care, avoid costly repairs and cleanings. Call A-1 Bonded Termite, Inc. and schedule your free* inspection. Let the highly skilled experts guide you to a pest-free environment.
*Restrictions apply for some real estate transactions and multi-unit buildings. Call for details.