Frequently Asked Questions: Pest Control
Do you offer free consultations?
"Yes We Offer Free Consultations"
Do you offer hassle free pest control?
"Yes we like to make it simple for customers & its hassle free because we finish the job we started"
Does De Soto Exterminating handle bigger pests like Rattlesnakes? or Skunks?
"Yes just call and lets make this easy for the both of us, we will search out the pests and eliminate the problem."
"We Love The Challenge Of Larger Pests."
Do you offer monthly services at a flat rate for second and primary residences?
"De Soto offers services tailored to each Customers, So Please Choose Us and Contact Us for a Free Quote"
Do you handle bed bug infestations?
"Yes, we can handle all your bed bug problems."
How can I protect my family from bed bug problems?
"Always inspect any second-hand furniture you buy before moving it in to your home as well as inspecting luggage after returning from any trip. If you think you may have an infestation you should contact us immediately, the longer they have to breed the harder they are to control and exterminate."
How can you tell if you have a bed bug problem?
"Adult bed bugs are about the size of an apple seed, so you will be able to spot them. Keep an eye out for skins, juvenile bed bugs will shed their skin when growing, or their defecation which will look like black or brown stains on porous surfaces and black or brown piles on hard surfaces. Also if you have been noticing bites on your body combined with these other indications you can be pretty sure you have an infestation."
Why are bed bugs so hard to treat?
"Bed bugs are extremely hardy creatures. They can go more than a year without food and can survive in a wide variety of temperatures ranging from almost freezing up to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit."
As a Real Estate Agent can our office call for your inspection and treatment of termites?
"We Love Local Realtors!"
How do we know if we have a termite problem?
"Look for blistering or sagging areas in your laminate flooring. Or unexplained cracks in your walls or ceilings as termites consume cellulose that is in timber used in your home. Since termites generally feed on wood below the surface check for hollow sounding wood beams. And also keep an eye out for mud tubes, subterranean termites will build mud tubes to travel around in. Generally on basement or foundation walls."