FAQ

Q. Do you warranty your services?

Yes, on termite treatments we have a 5 year warranty that is transferable and there is no annual fee during that time. On every other service we have a 30 day warranty.

Q. Do you use pet and kid friendly pest solutions?

Bobbi Ray's first priority is the safety and happiness of our customers, as well as environmental friendly as possible. All of our products are EPA approved and biodegradable, along with our technicians have been thoroughly trained on industry
safety, regulations and guidelines.

Q. How long does pest control services last?

The strongest products on the market last 60 to 90 days. After that, they biodegrade and become a part of the natural environment; otherwise they wouldn't be registered with the EPA.

Q. Do I need a preventative pest control for my business or home?

Yes, a preventative treatment is truly the only way that works best for bugs. The molecules in the product that are placed on a quarterly basis take residency over the
area.

Q. Do I have to leave my home when you perform service?

In most all situations it is not necessary to leave your home. Our products are placed along the interior base of the wall. If you have pets or little children we ask that you give it 1 hour to dry.

Q. Do I really need to hire a professional pest control company?

If you are inquiring a about pest control, chances are you've tried to solve the issue yourself. While taking things into your own hands is great, in some instances pest control almost always requires more strategy and attention than you can give it.

Q. Is it true that you can never get rid of bed bugs?

No, in most cases it takes 2 treatments to eradicate bed bugs.

Q. What color are bed bug eggs?

Almost translucent white and very small.

Q. How many treatments does it take to kill roaches?

A full roach infestation when you are seeing them in kitchen cabinets and on countertops can take 2 treatments.

Q. Do roaches harm humans?

Roaches will not bite people but they can carry diseases and can cause upper respiratory illnesses.