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What are some typical processes used by techs. to treat moles on a lawn?

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What causes parts of the lawn to have piles of soil which tends to be very soft when walking on it.?

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One of the reasons you may see this, is from animals burrowing themselves in your lawn. They dig through the underground and it pushes it to the surface.

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What questions should I ask a pest control company?

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  • Are You Licensed?
  • Are You Bonded or Insured?
  • How Long Have You Been in Business?
  • Do You Guarantee Your Work?
  • May I Have a List of References?
  • Will I Need to Leave My House or Place of Business?
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Does a pest control company need to be licensed?

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Pest control experts must be licensed in your state to do their work since they handle powerful pesticides and insecticides. Make sure the company you go with is registered with your state. You can verify a business's license through your state's pesticide regulatory office....Read More

Does a pest control company need to be bonded or insured?

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Just like any other professional working in or on your property, you want to ensure they're bonded. Being bonded or insured means any damage they do to your home will be covered by an insurance company instead of you....Read More