Frequently Asked Questions About Pest Defense

What is the value of having a regularly scheduled pest service even when I don’t see pests in my house?

A regularly scheduled pest service will stop pests before they become a problem. It allows our technicians to establish preventative barrier on the exterior of the home. An exterior-based, pro-active approach to managing pests will keep your home and family safe from annoying and potentially harmful pests.

Why does our Pest Defense program focus on the outside of my home when I have pests on the inside?

Superior’s Pest Defense program is designed to stop pests before they get in your home! We create a barrier around the perimeter of your home to decrease an insect’s ability to gain entry. However, if pests do gain access we have treatment methods that will effectively eliminate them from the interior of the home.

What can be done to address pest issues that may arise between my scheduled monthly pest treatment?

Superior Pest Defense offers unlimited service calls at no charge! If any type of pest activity is noted on the interior of the home, Superior will address and correct the issue quickly and effectively.

Is our Pest Defense program safe for my family and pets?

Superior Pest Defense practices Integrated Pest Management (IPM), which is a process used to solve pest problems while minimizing risks to people and the environment. The products Superior Pest defense uses to eliminate pests have been extensively tested and are approved by the U.S. EPA, and are applied by highly-trained, certified professionals.

How do I pay for my services with Superior?

For your convenience we offer every option available from prepay (with discounts) to online bill pay. You can also pay by check or bank draft. If you elect not to prepay, your “assigned specialist” will leave your invoice with every visit. This is also how they will communicate any specific things they feel you need you to know if you aren’t home during each service.

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