Preparing For A Yard Treatment

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When you pay good money to have your yard treated for ants and other bothersome insects, you want and expect it to be effective.  For the best possible results, there are a few small things you can to help make your yard treatment successful.   

Before The Treatment

  • Mow the grass. Most insects live down in the matte of the grass. If the grass is too high, this will prohibit the product from penetrating that area.
  • Pick up all kids’ toys and place them in one area. We don’t treat toys. If they are picked up that will ensure as much of your yard is treated as possible.
  • Keep pets indoors and pet doors locked. We don’t want the dog to run out while we are there, remember we will have the gate open during the treatment.
  • Pet droppings should be picked up. Pet feces will draw all kinds of insects, not to mention it contains harmful bacteria.

 After The Treatment

  • All pets and people should stay off the treated area for four hours.
  • Check the gate! Remember we were there and we will do our best to close it, but PLEASE CHECK IT, just to be sure.
  • Enjoy your yard!

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