Frequently asked pest control questions

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At Forensic Pest Control we know your home IS your castle and you don’t want any creepy visitors invading your home, it is for this reason that pest control in Sydney is vitally important. So here is a rundown of all the things you’ll need to know.

How much does pest control in Sydney cost?

The cost of treatment will depend on a number of factors; this may include the size of the area to be treated, what pests you have and how bad the problem is.

Do I need to know what pests I have?

In general to book a pest control in Sydney treatment you don’t need to know what pests you have just to have treatment done. The team from Forensic Pest Control are professionals and they will be able to identify the issue and treat the problem accordingly. Basically pest control in Sydney treatments cover a  wide range of insects.

Do I need to do anything before the treatment?

Not really, you don’t have to empty cupboards or anything, just pick up food items from tables and benches, pet food and drinking water, and other items from the floor so the technician from Forensic Pest Control can access the edges of the room.

When treatment is done, do I need to clean anything?

No, there is no need to wash or clean anything in your home.

Will my pets be safe?

You can opt to remove your pets from the home while treatment is carried out and until the treated areas dry, but the chemicals used by Forensic Pest Control are safe and the risk is swallowing any active ingredients is very small. Your pets will be safe.

Can I stay home?

Yes, it is safe to stay at home while the pest control in Sydney treatment is carried out, you may prefer to stay outside while your home is being treated and Forensic Pest Control suggests opening windows and doors for a few hours afterwards.

Is it normal to still see pests after treatment?

The pest control treatment may have *flushed out* some pests, while others may be coming from outside, they will die after coming in contact with the treated area.

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