Use prevention to avoid the problem!
Many times, people wait to get pest control until they have a pest problem. However, prevention is the best way to ensure that you avoid not only pest infestations, but also avoid the destruction, damage, and disease that pests can cause in your home and to your family. A good pest control plan becomes part of your regular activity. Flick’s set and forget options work behind the scenes to protect your home 24/7, 365 days a year.
Finding the right pest control plan depends upon your needs. We offer four different types of pest control programs. You can select your level of protection to suit your budget, home, lifestyle and which pests are problematic in your region. We offer year-round protection with scheduled annual visits and unlimited emergency call outs for most plans.
Flick has options for all homeowners
Our year-round pest control programs are tailored to pests as they appear throughout the season, so what is targeted may vary with the season. The pests that are generally included in our pest control programs include cockroaches, ants, spiders, silverfish, wasps, rodents, fleas, ticks, slaters, millipedes, moths/stored product pests, crickets, earwigs, lice and caterpillars. In addition, we can target other specific pests if they are a problem in your home.
The main reason that people choose a year-round pest control program is to prevent pests before they can cause damage. By the time people notice pests, they may already be struggling with a serious infestation and may even have pest-related damage or health problems. In addition to pest-carried diseases, pests can cause other problems such as allergies and asthma. Prevention can not only save money but can also save time and trouble.
Another reason that people choose a pest-control plan is that they can schedule it to keep their holidays and gatherings worry-free. With pest control on-demand, people can schedule pest control before important events to ensure that they are not interrupted by bugs or rodents.
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