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tpass001

05:18AM | 08/25/03
Member Since: 08/24/03
1 lifetime posts
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Hi,

I am a new first time home owner.

I got a call from a pest control company to come and do pest control for my house (7 yrs old) for some 80$/3months. I asked some friends around for this. Some did not hear about pest control and some said use "Home defense" from ortho. I used home defense from ortho yesterday and wanted to find out if members here do their own pest control or do they get professional help.

Please let me know.

Thanks.

tpass

k smith

03:52AM | 08/27/03
Member Since: 07/09/03
71 lifetime posts
i would say a little of both depending on the pest and how bad the problem is. i would recommend using a pro for termites because they can get to places we cannot. ALLWAYS read and follow the labels. insecticides must be treated and handled with respect.they can make you very ill.

BV003850

04:30AM | 04/10/14
I would suggest you to do pest control from pest control Stockton as it will keep your house free of termite, rats, insects and bedbugs.

BV004640

01:09PM | 06/13/14
The necessity of professional pest control depends on a few things. If you live in an area that doesn't have many pests than you might be able to get away with just doing it yourself. If you live in an area that has a lot, then professional would be a good idea. You might even try a little bit of both.
Shelly Slader | http://pestexinc.com/
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