Perimeter Pest Control Program
Pest Control & Pest Extermination Services
Our ExperiGreen Perimeter Pest Control targets seasonal “invaders” such as spiders, earwigs and ants, as well as additional insects. With our multi-point exterior defense plan and removal of spider webs and other debris from eaves and windowsills, we minimize these pesky invaders from entering your home.
We focus on areas and points on your house where insects and spiders tend to enter, such as around windows, doors, hose bibs, plumbing or utility pipes and other points of entry. Our program of 4-6 scheduled visits, combines both liquid and dry materials targeted at specific pests, so you can rest assured that we will keep these pests outdoors where they belong! Since we stay outside and focus on the exterior of the structure, you dont have to be home and we deliver superior results at the same time.
Why do you need a perimeter pest control program?
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Benefits Of Our
Perimeter Pest Control
Prevents pests from entering your home through cracks and crevices. By using our multi-point exterior insect control service, we create a protective barrier around the outside of your home.
This invisible, odorless barrier will protect your home without impeding your outdoor activities.
Eliminates pests who are living outside your home by using a targeted specially designed insect controls that prevent creepy crawling insects like spiders, ants, and silverfish from entering your home.
Regardless of the season, bugs belong outside. Defend your home from creepy crawling insects.
ExperiGreen Perimeter Pest Control Program
Perimeter Pest Control
Why Your Neighbors Love ExperiGreen
In addition to utilizing industry-leading products and technologies for your lawn and landscape, we continually train our employees so they are able to offer the absolute best service possible.
“This company has SAVED my lawn. They do excellent work and have really helped me keep my yard looking beautiful. I trust this company and recommend them without reservation!”
– Luke Simington
“I love Experigreen! I have used them for my lawn care for 2 years. Customer service is very accommodating. If you have rental property (which I do), you get some really good savings”
– Alice Brite
“I am extremely happy with Experigreen and can see the difference their care has made in our lawn. Their treatments have been consistent and exactly on the indicated periods during the spring, summer and fall. I highly recommend Experigreen. Super job!!!”
– Evi Torres
Frequently Asked Questions
There are a multitude of do it yourself products on the market for home pest control. It is difficult to single out one product or one approach as being the best to control pests in your home.
ExperiGreen’s professional Perimeter Pest Control program takes the guesswork out of pest control, eliminates the need for you to store chemicals and delivers great results.
Frequency of pest control applications to your yard and the outside perimeter of your house will depend on the type of insect or pest problem you have. Lawn insects that cause damage to your grass will require at least one and possibly two applications to control them and stop the damage. Lawn insects are classified as surface feeding or sub-surface feeding insects. Sod Webworm is an example of a surface feeding insect and feeds on the above ground grass blades, while white grubs are subsurface feeding insects and feed on the roots of the grass plants.
Our ExperiGreen lawn programs provide control of damaging lawn or yard pests, while our Perimeter Pest control program controls and prevents seasonal “invaders” from entering your home. Our ExperiGreen Perimeter Pest control program consists of 4 – 6 scheduled visits over the growing season.
Perimeter Pest control applications can be applied after it has rained and as long as it has a chance to dry, the product and application will be effective. Lawn pest control applications are similar, in that you can apply the product after it rains. In the case of grub control, it is recommended to actually water the product in to drive it down into the root zone of the grass, where the pests are feeding.