Tenting a house for cockroaches is similar in price to tenting for termites. Unfortunately, every house is different and the size of home, in cubic feet, makes a big difference. Your fumigator should provide a free no obligation quote.
Yes, tenting will kill German cockroaches and all other roaches for that matter.
Tenting your home depends on many factors, but primarily revolves around 3 factors. The first is what are fumigating for. Different insects require different dosage levels. The second factor is the size of the structure, measure as cubic feet. The…
Yes, tent fumigation is commonly used as a method to treat bed bugs, however, the fumigator must use a higher dosage than is typically used for drywood termites. In addition, we often have individuals who will drop off beds or…
Fumigations are typically a three day process, although in certain situations, such as commercial or structures that can only unavailable for a short period of time, alterations to the timetable can be made.
No, you do not need to bag clothes prior to a fumigation. The fumigant (gas) is a pure gas and will not bond or remain with the clothes. The fumigant will not alter or damage clothes in any way.
As a rule, pesticides should not be ingested into the body. Every pesticide is different and the results of ingestion will very. It is always required, when using pesticides, to follow all label directions and always use personal protective equipment…
The fumigant has no odor as it is a pure gas.
It is only safe to return to your home, once your fumigator has cleared the home for reentry by measuring the air quality.
After a fumigation, the only thing you will need to clean up is the pest that you intended to kill. The fumigation will not leave any residual on any of the surfaces of the home.