Customers laugh when we tell them we hunt bugs. We’d laugh too, but that response is a sad testament to the state of The Pest Control Industry. The literature in every book about ending bug infestation says the best practice is to inspect (hunt) and find the source of the infestation before applying pesticides.
Each of our bug hunts have their signature service storylines, but the goal of all our bug hunts is to end The Infestation (however you define that for your Homefront) and that process follows a classic narrative arch with a beginning, middle, and an ending. The length of your personal service storyline will depend on the size and strength of your infestation. Typically our odorous house ant hunts require 1-2 hunts per season (usually only one), heavy carpenter ant hunt infestations can require 2-3 hunts per season and another hunt the following season to ensure full elimination, and our bedbug hunts typically require 2-5 hunts to reach The End.
We don’t apply synthetic pesticides for non-infesting pests, especially beneficial predators like spiders, beetles, and centipedes, but we do offer thorough “culleans” for small flies (especially in restaurants) and spiders. We also don’t apply pesticides for non-infesting bugs that enter your home, become trapped, and die on their own like box elder bugs. Oh and we also don’t apply pesticides for panty/clothing moth infestations, because The Infestation won’t end until the breeding sites are identified and removed from your home. In any case, we’re happy to inspect The Action and work with you to write an action plan for ending whatever engagement you’re having with the urban wilderness. Selling you a reoccurring service is not a plan.
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The Pest Predator is more than a cartoon character supporting our Storysold brand. He (or It) is a live action character. When you watch our human host Jake unsling his flashlight like Han Solo and crouch down to get a better look at The Action beneath our feet, then you’ve met The Pest Predator…
HERE’S SOME PHOTOS FROM THE PREDATOR’S PERSPECTIVE
Heavy bedbug infestations are ones that spread into walls>
We kill as many as we can during the service, especially bedbugs. Steam and duct tape are both great ways to kill bedbugs during the hunt >
Bedbugs aren’t invisible! You can even see their eggs!
Nymphs look like spider mites, adults are the size of apple seeds, males have shield shipped butts, females have oval shaped butts, and eggs are white and oval shaped
We do all the prep work for you! All we ask is that you: a) don’t use pesticides (no matter what The Internet says); b) wash and dry the items we bag for you on high heat for a full cycle; c) do you best not to change any of your sleeping or resting habits, and laugh at all our human’s bad jokes (just kidding).
We hunt everywhere! All it takes is for one impregnated female to survive to begin The Infestation again!