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What is treated and how often?
A thorough exterior perimeter treatment will be performed around the structure(s) on a quarterly basis. Interior treatments are also available upon request.
What pests do you treat for?
Mice, rats, roaches, silverfish, earwigs, millipedes, centipedes, wasps, ants, spiders, fleas, ticks, and mosquitos. Anchor Pest Control does not treat for bed bugs. Additional fees apply to major exclusion procedures and/or service calls regarding any pest not listed above including, but not limited to: flying insects, fire ants (if more than 10 feet from home), rats, German roaches, fleas, and ticks.
Termites are not included in our general pest management program. However, we do offer termite protection featuring the Sentricon® Colony Elimination System with Always Active Technology™.
How often do you visit?
Our most popular general pest management program is conducted on a quarterly basis (four visits per year).
If I’m still having an issue, will you come back and is there an additional charge?
If, at any time in between our quarterly visits the pests return, so will we for FREE.
What is the duration of the service agreement?
Our general pest management service agreement lasts one year from the date of initial service and automatically renews every year unless terminated by the customer.
Are spider webs included?
Web-brushing is included as a value-added service to help control spider populations and improve curb appeal.
What type of termites are typically found in the Florida panhandle and southeast Alabama?
Eastern and Formosan subterranean termites are found in this area.
When is termite swarm season?
Swarm season typically runs from May to July, usually starting around Mother’s Day. Formosan termites may continue to swarm throughout the summer months.
How often do you monitor my Sentricon system?
Your Sentricon system is monitored at least annually in accordance with the product label. Additionally, our inspectors conduct a visual inspection of both the interior and exterior of your home annually and provide you with a report of the inspection.
Is the Sentricon bait system harmful to my family or pets?
The Sentricon system targets only the termite queen and her colony, not your home, family, or pets. The Recruit HD bait contains noviflumoron, a unique insect growth regulator that prevents termites from molting. If termites cannot molt, they die.