No, it’s not necessary to empty cupboards as we apply a gel to areas where cockroaches nest or harbor. No liquid sprays are applied to these areas.
There is no need to wash utensils or surfaces once the treatment is carried out.
Regularly at intervals of no more than twelve months. Shorter periods may be recommended, according to environment conditions.
It’s best to do the pest control after carpets have been cleaned or vacuumed.
We suggest that the pest control is done after all trades people have completed their jobs (painting, carpet laying, landscaping and final clean up). Preferably one or two days prior to moving in.
It’s safe, but we recommend that you vacate your premises while the treatment is carried out and to ventilate the rooms thoroughly after completion for 4 hours before settling back in.
There is no concern to the safety of animals since the amount of active constituent that they may take in, either by contact while it’s wet or by ingesting it orally, is very small. We recommend removing pets from the property or areas being treated whilst our services are being conducted and allowing time for the chemical to dry before returning. Approximately four hours.
We offer a 90-Day Guarantee with all pest treatment plans based on a set program that you’re happy with prior to your first service.
To avoid triggering an asthma attack, we recommended that he/she is not present while the treatment is carried out, and preferably stays away from the premises overnight.
Access to room edges is necessary to spray along skirting. Therefore clothing articles, magazines, toys etc. should be moved off the ground. All food items should be cleared from bench and table tops.
Sprayed areas are of some concern while still wet. But once the carrier, which is water from the tap, has evaporated, the active constituent adheres to the surfaces and will not contaminate or harm you. Should you get in contact while it’s still wet though, wash with soap and plenty of water as soon as possible.
Yes, it’s possible that insects may wonder in from outside. Chances are that they will have crossed treated areas and will die shortly after.
No it will not. The gel / paste is only applied to areas where insects congregate or harbor, like cracks, crevices or hinges.
No, it will not affect you. The chemicals we apply are registered to be used in hospitals, schools and public places.
No, the emulsion we spray does not stain. It’s a water based residual spray that doesn’t contain strong solvents which might affect colouring or finishes.