Weed control:

Per season:

Spring – 2x a week for 15-20 minutes per section      

Summer – 2x per week for 15-20 minutes per section

Fall – 1x per week if there is rain, and 2x per week if no rain

Winter – no need to water

The lawn needs about an inch of water per watering cycle. Waiting times will vary based on sprinkler type and pop-ups or rotary. Rotary sprinklers are usually for larger lots and require 35-45 minutes.

Usually around 5am but this will vary per season. Typically you want the sun coming up as the cycle is finishing. You want the sun to slowly evaporate it throughout the day.

Post emergent will kill the weeds that are present. It will not have an effect on seeds that have started to germinate in the soil or it won’t kill weeds that have yet to emerge.

Pre emergent helps impede seeds from germinating in the soil and is an invisible barrier. It will not stop a weed that has already emerged.

At least twice a year. The main factor is the weather but this is typically done in February/March and September/October. Some lawns and areas require more treatments per year, which will also depend on the condition of the lawn when we start.

You need to wait a minimum of 30 days. It is also best to wait until the lines in the sod are gone. This lets us know that the lawn is healthy enough for treatment.

Yes, it is safe once it has dried. This generally takes about an hour.

No. All Southern grasses are fine for the treatment (Bermuda, Zoysia,St. Augustine.) The only difference in treatment would happen if you have crabgrass in St. Augustine. We cannot treat winter rye.
Yes, we can try to diagnose lawn issues through photos first and come up with a plan that way. In some cases it is necessary to be on site to assess and diagnose the issue.

Please wait a few hours after treatment to give it time to dry.

For flea or bed bug treatments everyone will need to be out of the home for at least 3-4 hours.

Yes, it is ideal to water in the granule, but this doesn’t have to be done right away. If there is no rain or heavy dew in the first 48 hours, then it needs to be watered in.

Yes, it is ideal to water in the pre-emergent. You will want to wait until the lawn has had plenty of time to dry first. If there is no rain or heavy dew in the first 48 hours, then it needs to be watered in.

As long as the treatment has time to dry, we do not need to worry about the rain having a negative effect. There is a 30 day warranty on the service, just in case.

Please wait at least 48 hours before or after weed treatment to mow.

Mosquito control:

It will normally take around 3 weeks for you to notice a change.

It varies depending on the size of your lawn, lot location, water on the property, and landscaping. Each pot will cover about 4000 sq feet. Most standard size lots will need at least 2 pots.

Yes. The In2Care mosquito pots are safe for your pet and other wildlife. The pots work by utilizing a naturally occurring fungus that is only toxic to mosquitoes, not higher life forms

Pest control:

We recommend quarterly pest treatments throughout the year. This will also depend on specific pest issues and your specific location. It is important to keep the pest control barrier down throughout the year, even in the colder months. This will help ensure that you don’t have any pest problems in between your quarterly treatments, and will also be very helpful for preventing pests during the spring and summer when pests are at their worst.

Yes, it is very common for us to treat these areas especially during the initial treatment. Standard quarterly treatments will include treating the garage. Lawn and attic treatments can be done more specifically throughout the year if necessary.

Yes, according to all of the product labels that we use. However, it is our own preference to not treat play areas or under cribs. This will also depend on the specific treatment that we do. Treatments are pet safe, but the treatment will need time to dry before your pet is exposed to the area.
Yes, we do recommend continuing your treatments throughout the year to keep the barrier down. Although it is winter it is important to keep the pest control barrier down throughout the year.

The general treatment will help with just about everything. The repellent will help kill and repel pests from your home. It will kill all insects if they come into contact with it. Some specific pests do require more specific treatments.

We hope to get a full quarter (3 months) out of each treatment. There are some variables such as: weather, heavy traffic areas, and removal of lawns or installation of new lawns. Weather will have the biggest impact on the longevity of the treatment.

Yes. The warranty varies depending on the specific pest treatment that is done, but most services come with at least, a 30-day warranty.

No, it will not ruin or damage your lawn.

No. They are flying pests, so even if we spray the structure where they normally build their nests, it won’t prevent them. Also, the nests only come into contact with a very tiny area of the structure, so spraying is not a preventative.

General sprays – For the most part, no. It is ideal for us to be able to spray 80% of baseboards throughout the house.

Remove childrens’ toys, laundry, and other random items from the main floor spaces so the technician can get good coverage with the spray.
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Yes, we will take them 9-11 miles away from the area where they were trapped to a safe relocation site.

First, we will do an inspection to locate entry points for the rodents. The tech will give you a quote for sealing these areas and setting snap traps. If the quote is approved, then we will schedule an appointment for the exclusion work to be completed. The technician will set snap traps at that time as well. The following week, we will return to check the traps and remove any rodents caught in them. If needed, we will return to do another snap traps check to ensure the rodent issue is resolved.

Yes, temporarily. We use non repellent chemicals for ants, and repellent chemicals for general pest control. With repellent chemicals, insects can sense it with the hairs on their bodies so it repels them away from it. With non repellent chemicals, insects cannot sense it with the hairs on their bodies. Ants walk freely through the chemical as it slowly kills them and they spread it around the colony as the ants touch each other.

We use the highest security rated bait stations. It is extremely difficult for anything to remove the bait from the bait station. This is why we use the best, most secure bait stations. It is safer for you and your pets.

No. You will only be charged for the services that we provide.

No, we prefer chemical control better. Heat treatments aren’t working as well as they used to.


Cash, check, credit card, Venmo, and Paypal.

Yes, you will receive a text message when the technician is headed over.

Yes, you will receive an email reminder the day before the appointment.

This will mainly depend on the amount of rain that is coming down. If it is very rainy, then rescheduling is absolutely necessary.