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FAQs Santa Barbara Pest Control Services

How long does an ant treatment last?

Depending on the infestation an ant treatment usually lasts about 6 months and sometimes up to a year.

Do I need to leave my house during an ant or spider treatment?

You do not need to leave your home during an exterior ant or spider treatment.

Is a consultation free?

Most consultations are free, however some circumstances may require a fee, such as pest identification and travel distance. We recommend you call with your concerns and we will let you know if there will be a fee.

Will my children, pets and the elderly be safe?

All applications are performed by a trained professional and according to the label of the product applied. We recommend you contact us if you have any special concerns or needs regarding spider and ant treatments.

Do you treat for termites?

Termites require a different license. We do not treat for termites. We can make referrals for standard and alternative termite work.

Do you treat for gophers or moles?

We do not treat for gophers and moles. Gophers and moles are considered an "Agricultural Pest" and require a different license.

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Do you remove raccoons, opossums or skunks?

We do not trap, relocate or euthanize wildlife. Trapping is not recommended in the Spring when there could be babies.

We can assist with prevention and proofing methods. If needed a one-way door can be installed until the animal departs and then we seal up any points of entry. Removing attractants like pet food and wet landscaping, which harbors grubs, is recommended.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact us.

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Chris is the real deal--reliable, knowledgeable, great sense of humor too. We had an infestation of wasps and had tried every single spray at the hardware store. Chris congratulated us on our efforts and assured us we'd done all we could have. Then he donned his beekeeper outfit, sprayed the little beasties, then caulked up all the holes and cracks they been using to get behind the fascia of our house. He came back three times just to make sure those wasps stayed gone.