How It Works
The process is really simple!
- You call us or fill out our contact form.
- We check out your yard and give you a quote.
- We set you up for either a one-time treatment or an ongoing treatment plan.
- We come by and spray the outdoor area of your property.
- You get to enjoy your yard again!
Call us at 405-698-3397 or fill out our contact form to get started!
Is It Safe?
Our treatments are certified as safe for use by the EPA.
I've Been Bitten. What Should I Do?
If you’ve been bitten by a mosquito or tick and are concerned, contact a physician immediately. If you are experiencing severe symptoms, call 911 immediately and get help now.
Are You Licensed?
Yes! We are licensed and insured to treat for outdoor bugs in the state of Oklahoma.
How Long Does A Treatment Last?
Our treatments last 4-6 weeks. A few determining factors are sun exposure and precipitation. A consultation will allow us to select the proper treatment that will be most effective for your yard. Common practice is to treat your yard every 4-6 weeks.
From The Blog
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