How to find good quality pest control in Phoenix
Pest control Phoenix services are a dime a dozen these days. Many claim to be the real deal. How many of them though will actually live up to their name? There is a way to tell the difference between a good company and a bad one. Want to know how? Follow me down below and you’ll find out.
1)How clean is the company office? It’s best to take a stroll inside before having the guy come over. Look to see if their licenses and bonding certificates are proudly displayed. If they are, this is a good thing. If you don’t see anything, you might want to ask. If you get an answer of “we don’t really have any”, this is not a good thing. You will have to go somewhere else.
2)Ask where the company got their training. Find out what schools the staff went to. They all should have gotten extensive training. Find out what their “ongoing training” policy is like. Does the staff have training sessions every so often?
3) Find out where the company stands on the issues of warranty. When you have a pest control problem, there should be something about upkeep. There should be something in there about preventing future problems. Find out how they handle these situations. Does the company keep tabs on the problem? Will the company put plans of action in place to prevent future problems? Will the company keep you in the loop about these preventative measures?
4) Ask about the cost. This should be one of the first things you guys discuss. Find out if the cost is worth the price of admission. What do I mean by this? Find out if the price being charged, is worth the job itself. If you only have a small job or infestation, the company you hire should not be taking you to the cleaners. The company you hire should be charging you the appropriate fee.
The company should also disclose any added fees that might be tied in. Don’t just take the company at their word. Have them write it all down. Have the person present the final contract and price offering to you, no exceptions. If the company is unable to do this, this is a clear sign that something is wrong.
5)As mentioned in number 4, the right company will include a contract. This contract will include everything about the job. This way there is no miscommunication. At the end of the day, there should be no misrepresentation of facts. Everything should be out on the table, especially the job itself.