“Green Guard” Residential Service
A Green Environmental Services Pest Management technician will provide a thorough inspection and comprehensive treatment for your home during the initial service. After the initial service is complete, Green Environmental Services will continue to provide ongoing regular services that are tailored specifically to your home.
One of the most important items performed during the initial service is a comprehensive inspection of your home and its surroundings. Our technicians have been trained to identify immediate problem areas, as well as possible pest harborages, both in and around your home.
Inside your home we will focus on target locations such as kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and attics. We’ll give special attention to the cracks and crevices under sinks and around appliances. Our inside service is focused on eliminating pests by using our proven Green Guard products and service methods.
Outside your home we will focus on the many critical entry points that often allow pests access to the home. In addition, we will inspect and treat locations such as eaves, garages, sheds, woodpiles, or other commonly infested areas.
As the seasons change throughout they year your home will be exposed to different types of pests. Whether it is ants, spiders, or rodents, you will most likely experience visits by these unwelcome guests. Regardless of the season, and no matter the pest, Green Environmental Services will provide complete pest protection for your home and family.
It is imperative that regular services reestablish a protective barrier around your home, acting as a bulwark against pest invasions. This protective barrier is reinforced with each and every regular service. Regular services are generally outside only services, meaning that the service will be focused on treating the home’s exterior, inside services will be performed on an as needed basis. Regular services can be performed on a bi-monthly or quarterly basis.
“Green Guard” Service Insects covered
- Brown Recluse Spider
- All Roaches – Including the German Roach
- Most beetles
- Black Widow Spiders
- Other Spiders
- Carpenter Ants
- Odorous Ants
- Pharaoh Ants
- Argentine Ants
- Fire Ants
- House Ants
- Indian Meal Moths